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Cloud Infographic: Humanizing Big Data

Cloud Infographic: Humanizing Big Data

Cloud Infographic: Humanizing Big Data Many of today’s businesses find themselves caught in a snarl of internal data, paralyzed by internal silos, and executing antiquated marketing approaches. As a result, consumers are losing patience, shareholders are clamoring for growth and differentiation, and marketers are left struggling to untangle the massive mess. Big Data Marketing provides

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Cloud Infographic: Where’s Your Data

Cloud Infographic: Where’s Your Data

Cloud Infographic: Where’s Your Data Big Data is all the rage today. There’s a lot of buzz about how it will transform your business with diagnostics and dashboards distributed directly to business users. The truth is someday Big Data will do just that… if your organization can clear a few hurdles in getting it under

Cloud Storage Management: Balancing Cloud And In-house Data

Cloud Storage Management: Balancing Cloud And In-house Data

Cloud Storage Management: Balancing Cloud and In-house Data Data has always been valuable, but over the past decade we have seen a dramatic increase in just how much data holds value. We know the optimal time of day to post on social networks, we can predict what a customer’s next purchase will be based on

Cloud Infographic: Big Data Opportunities

Cloud Infographic: Big Data Opportunities

Cloud Infographic: Big Data Opportunities Big Data has seen its fair share of coverage over the past couple of years. Much of the focus has been placed on the Analytics and Monitoring of Big Data. This will be a much discussed area  and expect a large number of startups to put forward new and innovative

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble

Potential Powerful Pitfalls – Big Data, Big Trouble Information has always been a great source of power. Kingdoms were often won and lost through scout reports, misinformation and treachery. Even now we fear those that hold too much of it and often cry foul in the name of privacy. But if you asked me, as