With features like natural language processing, the goal is to make business intelligence more accessible for businesses of all sizes.
As the advancement in the technologies across the globe have catch the lightning speed, technologies like big data, IoT and blockchain have make their individual identity and proven to be an asset to the various global industries. In this era, almost every techie person knoww each of them independently and also many do know their combined uses and its benefits, but for the sake of novice readers, let us see the brief of each of them.
New big data concerns are changing business and the health industry.
Data is now one of our world’s most precious resources, and over the last few years, businesses have been learning how to use it to become more successful and profitable. Big data, a term that is used to refer to the use of analyzing large datasets to provide useful insights, isn’t just available to huge corporations with big budgets.
Big data still commands big salaries, with top big data engineers expected to earn more than $200,000 heading into 2019. Here's what to expect for 10 other leading data management and database jobs.
Predictive analytics, offering a data-enabled view into what is likely to happen, are key to driving organizational change.
ICO Fiat Currency and Its Acceptance by ICOs
There are loads of new investment vehicles in the 21st century. This is primarily due to advances in big data and new types of currencies. Big data and predictive analytics have played a crucial role in the growth of bitcoin, litecoin and other virtual currencies. The market is growing at an unprecedented pace.
Many people are starting to invest in ICOs (initial coin offerings) with traditional currencies too.
When Salesforce bought Mulesoft last spring for the tidy sum of $6.5 billion, it looked like money well spent for the CRM giant. After all, it was providing a bridge between the cloud and the on-prem data center and that was a huge missing link for a company with big ambitions like Salesforce.
When you want to rule the enterprise, you can’t be limited by where data lives and you need to be able to share information across disparate systems.
LinkedIn may be best known as a place where people and organizations keep public pages of their professional profiles, using that as a starting point for networking, recruitment and more — a service that today that has racked up more than 575 million users, 20 million companies and 15 million active job listings. But now under the ownership of Microsoft, the company has increasingly started to building a number of other services, and today comes the latest of these, the launch of a new feature called Talent Insights.
Salesforce and Amazon’s cloud arm, AWS, have had a pretty close relationship for some time, signing a $400 million deal for infrastructure cloud services in 2016, but today at Dreamforce, Salesforce’s massive customer conference taking place this week in San Francisco, they took it to another level. The two companies announced they were offering a new set of data integration services between the two cloud platforms for common customers.
NBCSeasoned fans of the show "Jeopardy!" know that certain categories pop up much more often than others.
And it turns out, there are common correct responses that surface over and over again too.
The data visualization website Tableau Public crowdsourced a compelling visualization of the top "Jeopardy!" answers and categories for the show, as well as for Double Jeopardy! and Final Jeopardy!
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