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4 OPEN SOURCE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE TOOLS FOR BIG DATA REPORTING

4 OPEN SOURCE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE TOOLS FOR BIG DATA REPORTING

Open Source Business Intelligence Tools It’s impossible to take the right business decisions without having insightful information to back up the decision-making process. Business intelligence tools make it easier to have our raw data analyzed and presented in a precise and readable format. In the economics of today’s Big Data projects, it is essential to…

THE FUTURE OF BIG DATA AND DNS ANALYTICS

THE FUTURE OF BIG DATA AND DNS ANALYTICS

Big Data and DNS Analytics Big Data is revolutionizing the way admins manage their DNS traffic. New management platforms are combining historical data with advanced analytics to inform admins about possible performance degradation in their networks. Not only that, but they also have the ability to suggest ways to optimize network configurations for faster routing.…

3 WAYS TO USE CLOUD-BASED INSIGHTS TO REDUCE PRINTING COSTS

3 WAYS TO USE CLOUD-BASED INSIGHTS TO REDUCE PRINTING COSTS

Reduce Printing Costs For many organizations, office printing is one of the top expense categories — yet many companies pay little, if any, attention to this ongoing expense. When asked, they usually underestimate how much they’re actually spending on print each year. We’ve found the annual cost of printing is typically about $1,000 per employee,…

THE AGE OF DATA: THE ERA OF HOMO DIGITUS

THE AGE OF DATA: THE ERA OF HOMO DIGITUS

The Age of Data In our digital era data deluge – soaring amounts of data, is an overriding feature. That’s why it’s fitting to focus on the concept of Homo Digitus, which I first learned about about in“The creative destruction of medicine: How the digital revolution will create better health care,” by Eric Topol, and…

THE PARADOX OF CLOUD AND COLOCATION SOLUTIONS

THE PARADOX OF CLOUD AND COLOCATION SOLUTIONS

Cloud and Colocation Solutions According to Aberdeen Group and Ventana Research, one out of four enterprises surveyed expect their data to grow by more than 30 percent in the next year. In order to cope with the explosive increase in data, we can anticipate that the number of enterprises migrating to the cloud will continue…