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Three Kinds of Big Data

Three Kinds of Big Data

| August 21, 2012

Looking ahead at big data’s role in enterprise business intelligence, civil engineering, and customer relationship optimization. by Alistair Croll | @acroll | +Alistair Croll | Comment | August 21, 2012 In the past couple of years, marketers and pundits have spent a lot of time labeling everything ”big data.” The reasoning goes something like this: […]

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Don’t Know What Big Data Is?

Don’t Know What Big Data Is?

| July 4, 2012

By Minda Zetlin, co-author of The Geek Gap @MindaZetlin A new survey shows small companies are eager to get big data–even though they’re not sure what it is.  If you think you know what “big data” is, do you believe your business peers would agree with your definition? Chances are, they wouldn’t. Harris Interactive just […]

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NY Life Big Data Insurance

NY Life Big Data Insurance

| May 25, 2012

How NY Life is addressing Big Data Insurance by Nicole Hemsoth, Datanami When it comes to adoption of big data technologies, including advanced analytics, visualization, NoSQL and other data management, few business types seem as vocal about the new opportunities as the booming insurance industry. Lately we’ve been writing some interesting developments on the big […]

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5 Things CIOs Should Know About Big Data

5 Things CIOs Should Know About Big Data

| May 16, 2012

You may not think you have petabytes of data worth analyzing, but you will, if you don’t already. CIO magazine breaks down the 5 things CIOs need to know, now. By Joab Jackson Fri, May 11, 2012 #1 You will need to think about big data. Big data analysis got its start from the large […]

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Genomic Analytics Identify MS Trends

Genomic Analytics Identify MS Trends

| May 9, 2012

 Genomic Analytics Identify MS Trends, by Dan Gatti, Big Data I/O Forum  Analytics is leading the way to help researches at University of Buffalo developing algorithms  for big data containing genomic datasets to help them uncover critical factors that speed up disease progression in MS patients. This is a complex task, however, given the size and […]

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Venture Caoital 1QTR 2012

Venture Caoital 1QTR 2012

| April 24, 2012

Michael Greeley, Flybridge Capital Partners   Recently the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) – in conjunction with Thomson Reuters and PricewaterhouseCoopers – released 1Q12 funding data for the VC industry, and frankly the numbers are startling – but yet in some sense, upon reflection, not surprising. For the quarter there were 758 deals which raised […]

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Big Data Super Bowl

Big Data Super Bowl

| April 11, 2012

Big Data Super Bowl by Dan Gatti,  Big Data I/O Forum How many teams are going to win the Big Data Super Bowl? There is $200 million available to teams that have a high scoring offense and can query, visualize and disseminate big data information. Collaboration and creativity focused on a cross section of agencies […]

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I/O Bottlenecks in Hyperspace

I/O Bottlenecks in Hyperspace

| April 6, 2012

I/O Bottlenecks in Hyperspace by Dan Gatti, Big Data I/O Forum Johns Hopkins Data-Scope project reminds me of Hans Solo and Wookie blasting into Hyperspace. You can imagine looking at 6 petabyes of Big Data blasting at 500 gigabytes per second will need to overcome I/O bottlenecks.   From Datanami article by Nicole Hemsoth On […]

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Tectonic Shift in Tech

Tectonic Shift in Tech

| April 4, 2012

  That the technology business is on the brink of another tectonic shift with innovations in big data, cloud computing and mobility was just one observation Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Managing Partner Ray Lane offered Tuesday. Another was that his new role as executive chairman at Hewlett-Packard stirred up concern at Kleiner Perkins with […]

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White House now a Big Data Gold Mine

White House now a Big Data Gold Mine

| March 30, 2012

White House now a Bi Data Gold Mine by Dan Gatti, Big Data I/O Forum If you are mining Big Data, I would go to the Gold Mine in Washington. Don’t bring a pick and shovel, bring a researcher from one of the Universities and a good marketing person and go digging.  Big Data Across […]

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