As 2013 gets closer, here are three exciting and impactful technology innovations we are likely to see and that will likely capture your attention.
BigMemory Go underscores shift in data management strategies.
There's certainly a lot of hype out there about big data. As I previously wrote, some of it is indeed hype, but there are still many legitimate big data cases - I saw a great example during my last business trip. Hadoop certainly plays a key role in the big data revolution, so all business intelligence
For big data challenges, look no further than the world of mobile advertising, where the need for nearly instant tracking of responses from millions of consumers to ads popping up on their mobile devices means a big need for near-real-time analytics.
Data management vendors are anxious to put their own spins on big data.
Forget tools, forget systems, forget architectures. Forget data itself. What's needed is a radically new information ecosystem.
Composite Software executive Robert Eve discusses major trends disrupting information management and business intelligence and how enterprises can respond effectively.
Growth in demand for business analytic software was impressive last year, and big data is a big reason why.
OpTier Big Data Analytics cuts time and cost of analytics; gives clients quality contextual data.
In some cases, data might be more valuable as a marketable product than as grist for internal analysis.