7 Essential Elements in a Real-Time Streaming Analytics Platform

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The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the exponential growth of potentially valuable, fast moving, real-time data is now a well-documented fact. The continuous stream of data generated by sensors, machines, vehicles, mobile phones, social media networks, and other real-time sources are compelling organizations to imagine what they could do with this data if they could gain insight into it.

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DATA CENTRE MARKET EXPECTED TO ACCELERATE OWING TO INCREASING CLOUD DEMAND

Article | February 28, 2020

An enormous amount of data is generated daily through various medium and amid this their storage becomes a great concern for organizations. Currently, two significant styles of data storage capacities are available Cloud and Data Centre.The main difference between the cloud vs. data centre is that a data centre refers to on-premise hardware while the cloud refers to off-premise computing. The cloud stores the data in the public cloud, while a data centre stores the data on company’s own hardware. Many businesses are turning to the cloud. In fact, Gartner, Inc. predicted that the worldwide public cloud services market has grown to 17.5 percent in 2019 to total US$214.3 billion. For many businesses, utilizing the cloud makes sense. While, in many other cases, having an in-house data centre is a better option. Often, maintaining an in-house data centre is expensive, but it can be beneficial to be in total control of computing environment.

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The importance of Big Data in the Food Industry Strategies and best practices

Article | February 28, 2020

Do you know the real importance of Big Data in the Food Industry? Knowing your audience is important, even fundamental for any kind of business. In this article we will analyze the best practices and the best data-driven strategies (marketing, but not only) for the food industry. Food and Beverage is a large and complex sector that embraces a number of very different players, some of whom are interconnected. The ecosystem includes both small producers and large multinational brands, players who cater to everyone and those who target a specific niche; then there are the distributors, clubs, restaurants both small and large, and retail chains.

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Big Data Is Helping Us Fight The Coronavirus But At What Cost To Our Privacy

Article | February 28, 2020

In some ways at least, technology has been able to tell us more about how and where the virus is spreading. Mostly, this has involved creatively harnessing the power of big data using temperature readings from smart thermometers to detect COVID-19 hot spots, or aggregating cellphone location data to point to the areas of the country where people are staying home. But against a backdrop of debate between civil liberties and public health, we also need to be asking where the line is digitally: How much surveillance is acceptable in the service of the greater good.

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How Data Analytics in The Hospitality Industry Can be Helpful?

Article | February 28, 2020

In recent years, we have seen more industries adopt data analytics as they realize how important it is. Even the hotel industry is not left behind in this. This is because the hospitality industry is data-rich. And the key to maintaining a competitive advantage has come down to ‘how hotels manage and analyze this data’. With the changes taking place in the hospitality industry, data analysis can help you gain meaningful insights that can redefine the way hotels conduct business.

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