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People are often hung up on the volume aspect of big data but other factors can be just as telling in the issues they raise for business.
Loyalty New Zealand has recently realised that the value of data is not big data but rather the finer details that can be extracted from it.
During the 2014 Australian Open, Tennis Australia leveraged its dynamic cloud infrastructure to track content and analytics to make future projections.
The Intel Security subsidiary said that to ensure the foundation of IoT security, IP-connected devices must be designed with protection standards built into the devices, and not as an afterthought.
The Abbott government is seeking to find ways to use the wealth of information held by departments and agencies to provide better services — and potentially be sold to the private sector to help balance the budget.
The former Secretary of State concluded that innovation is at the core of solving not only technology and marketing problems, but also "human problems that can only be addressed by habits of the heart."
By gobbling up Smart Data’s Viewpoint expertise, Xerox can round out its suite of e-discovery managed services targeting legal and corporate enterprises.
The cloud deployment platform is now available for the automotive and aerospace and defense industries - planned rollouts that stem from last month's migration of CloudSuite to Amazon Web Services.
The latest incarnation of the open-source NoSQL database offers a range of new features designed to appeal to developers and businesses.
With the formation of OMNETRIC Group, the two companies hope to pair Siemens' smart-grid muscle with Accenture's managed-services capabilities to offer support for smart metering and manage energy consumption.
By teaming with Acxiom, Marketo plans to leverage its newly released customer engagement platform alongside the SaaS provider's data and analytics muscle to customize marketing content across touchpoints.
It should be easier to see progress in Intel's Internet of things and mobile businesses as the chip giant changes its financial reporting structure.
Verdeeco's Grid-as-a-Service cloud-based platform provides utilities a scalable means to leverage data, while its targeted apps approach attempts to free utilities from the time and expense of integration.
The effort behind QueryGrid is part of Teradata's ongoing move to bridge the divide between data warehouses, the core of the company's business, with big data, which is likely to take analytic workloads.
Ezidebit has automated its marketing processes with Oracle's Eloqua cloud service to help deliver more personalised campaigns to its 20,000 customers.