The Birth of Big Data on Cloud Infrastructure and its use in Business Decisions
( go to the article → https://datafloq.com/read/managing-big-data-on-cloud-infrastructure/7427 )
Big data - alongside sustainability, the “Internet of Things” and crypto - is arguably the buzzword of the decade. It’s a term that describes the large volume of data that inundates a business on a day-to-day basis - and represents the potential means to an end for businesses with respect to some of the most complex and burdensome organisational procedures. But having big data alone won’t help an organisation: it is what’s done with that data that truly matters. With the right tools, businesses can achieve anything, but only if they choose to fully embrace those tools. Big data encompasses a huge range of analytics and data-gathering strategies, all of which enable a business or organisation to make more informed business decisions. If used correctly and effectively, big data can be analysed for insights that lead to better decisions and more informed strategic business moves. This is no new revelation: the more a business or organisation knows about their operations, the better decisions it can make and the more appropriate solutions it can find to problems. Big data itself was born out of the need to more fully understand and comprehend trends and patterns in huge databases to transcend countries, cultures, and time. Take ...Read More on Datafloq
Jan. 4, 2020, 6:15 a.m.
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