Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Big Movies, Big Data: Netflix And Its Uses Of Big Data

Big Movies, Big Data: Netflix And Its Uses Of Big Data

Big Movies, Big Data: Netflix And Its Uses Of Big Data People in the film industry aren’t oblivious to Big Data and use it to market, personalize and create content. Companies that make data-based decisions can speed past the competition, further refining aspects of the industry by measuring the preferences, viewing habits and interests of

Cloud Infographic: The Education Of Tomorrow

Cloud Infographic: The Education Of Tomorrow

Cloud Infographic: The Education Of Tomorrow  Online Education is a very exciting topic for many as it opens up many new doors and opportunities. We’ve touched on areas such as Massive Open Online Sources (MOOC) which provides tremendous levels of cloud based interconnectivity. We’ve taken a look into higher education,  the increased demand for online courses as well as

5 Products That Will Take Off Due To Cloud Growth

5 Products That Will Take Off Due To Cloud Growth

5 Products That Will Take Off Due To Cloud Growth Historically, numerous new products, services and job openings accompany successful inventions. Take software development, for example — the niche all but didn’t exist before the advance of PCs. Cloud computing is apparently a successful invention, so it’s reasonable to think that related industries, jobs and

Business Models And The Internet of Things

Business Models And The Internet of Things

Business Models And The Internet of Things Recently we looked at how wearable tech was changing the workplace, focussing on how the growth of the industry could improve productivity but also raised questions about employees’ privacy, rights, and ‘downtime’. Wearable tech isn’t the only area of cloud computing that’s changing the workplace, however, as the

The Real Estate Industry – How Big Data Is Shaping The Future

The Real Estate Industry – How Big Data Is Shaping The Future

The Real Estate Industry – How Big Data Is Shaping The Future Real estate accounts for roughly 17-18% of the US GDP through private residential investment and spending on housing services. That’s a lot of money. Where there’s a lot of money involved, people work very hard to gain a competitive, or rather any advantage