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Cloud Infographic – Big Data Survey: What Are The Trends?

Cloud Infographic – Big Data Survey: What Are The Trends?

Jaspersoft Big Data Survey Shows Rise in Commitment to Projects and Decline in Confusion Nearly 1,600 Jaspersoft Community Members Participate in Second Jaspersoft Big Data Survey San Francisco, February 4, 2014 – Jaspersoft, the Intelligence Inside applications and business processes, today shared results from its Big Data Survey. Nearly 1,600 Jaspersoft community members responded to

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

Cloud Based Forex Data Analysis With QuantConnect

Cloud Based Forex Data Analysis With QuantConnect

Cloud based Forex Data Analysis With QuantConnect  Virtualization is the centerpiece of Cloud infrastructure and the need for efficient ways to analyze big data within multiple verticals without taking on the pains of setting up and tuning the right Cloud infrastructure has increased sharply. Cloud based online tools and libraries have the acute value add

Public Safety In The Cloud

Public Safety in the Cloud I’ve recently read an article on the importance and utility of cloud in several industries: education, marketing companies, online entertainment, healthcare, information technology, finance and banking, telecommunication, hospitality, start-ups and security. I have no doubt that cloud computing apps and services can be of use in every single domain and business. In fact,

Google’s Partner Program To Push Cloud Services

Google’s Partner Program To Push Cloud Services I have written about cloud computing companies and their partnership programs before (See: Cloud Biggies and their Partnership Programs); now, Google, one of the earliest movers to the cloud but a late starter as far as cloud partnership programs are concerned, has decided to address that gap in its portfolio.