Category Archives: Big Data

Austrian Retail Giant SPAR Chooses SAP HANA Infrastructure From Hitachi Data Systems

Austrian Retail Giant SPAR Chooses SAP HANA Infrastructure From Hitachi Data Systems

European Retailer Relies on SAP HANA In-Memory Computing on the Hitachi Unified Compute Platform to Make Quicker Business Decisions SANTA CLARA, CA–(Source: Marketwired – Jul 1, 2014) – Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), today announces that SPAR Austria Group has chosen Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP)

The New Wave On The Cloud: Object Based Storage

The New Wave On The Cloud: Object Based Storage

The New Wave On The Cloud: Object Based Storage Is your data exponentially growing? Are you using orthodox storage systems like Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS)? Cloud computing with its numerous benefits and innovative capabilities now offers a novel way of working with data through ‘Object based storage model’. Due to

Applications For Cisco’s Fall 2014 Entrepreneurs In Residence Program Now Open

Applications For Cisco’s Fall 2014 Entrepreneurs In Residence Program Now Open

Applications For Cisco’s Fall 2014 Entrepreneurs In Residence Program Now Open SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Jun 23, 2014) – Following Cisco’s inaugural Entrepreneurs in Residence Cohort in March 2014, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is announcing that applications for the fall 2014 class are now open. As an innovation program Cisco® Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIR) supports early-stage entrepreneurs

Taming Big Data: Top 2 Challenges Faced By Customers

Taming Big Data: Top 2 Challenges Faced By Customers

Taming Big Data: Top 2 Challenges Faced By Customers The cookie monster in the long running television show ‘Sesame Street” is famous for his big appetite and famous for the words “Me want cookie!”, “Me eat cookie!” The Big Data Monster, who always seems hungry for data says: “Me want data!”, “Me want data!” Today,

Transforming Raw Data Into Meaningful Useful Information

Transforming Raw Data Into Meaningful Useful Information

Transforming Raw Data Into Meaningful Useful Information Advanced multimedia devices, social media services, sensor networks, and corporate information systems create continuously huge amounts of structured and unstructured data which are called big data. Transforming collected masses of raw data into meaningful and useful information is important for organizations. This knowledge helps managers to make smarter