3 Ways Big Data And Business Intelligence Can Improve Your Business

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Enterprises collect an unprecedented volume of data about their consumers, sales, and products. In most scenarios, these rows of information move very fast, are too big, or they surpass the processing capacity of the existing technology applications in the organization. But with big data and business intelligence, enterprises get to enhance operations, their profit margins, […]

How Connected Cars And Insurance Are Influenced By Big Data

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As we all know, the entire automotive industry is continually focusing on connectivity and in-vehicle technologies, so it’s only a matter of time before the driver-specific benefits start expanding on a daily basis. While the concept of connected cars was initially pitched way back in 1996, the idea has evolved into a buzzword with the […]

Data Is Key To Autonomous Vehicle Technology, And Tesla Says It’s Winning

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Recently, Elon Musk announced that Tesla’s next Autopilot update in August of 2018 will “enable full self-driving features.” How could Tesla be there already? The automaker is still defending itself after the most recent Autopilot fatality, in which a man let go of the steering wheel with Autopilot engaged, ignored safety cues from the computer, […]

Here’s Why Python Is The Top Programming Language For Data

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, big data language, Blockchain, Business Intelligence, Data Management, Data Mining, Data Quality, Data Science, Data Visualization, Hadoop, IT, Machine Learning, python, Unstructured Data

Packt Publishing, publisher of software learning resources, has revealed the results of its 2018 Skill Up survey in a new report—including the top programming language for data. From what programming languages, frameworks, and libraries are most used, to job satisfaction and what it’s like to work in the software industry today, the report offers a […]

What Does The Rise of Blockchain Technology Mean For Big Data?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Big Data, Blockchain, blockchain and big data, blockchain technology, cryptocurrency applications, data access, Data Management, Data Quality, data security, data sets, Privacy, rise of blockchain technology, Security, SmartData Collective Exclusive

In 2008, an unknown author going by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto proposed a peer-to-peer electronic cash system called Bitcoin. The following year, the cryptocurrency that would change how we think about money was launched, using the benefits of a decentralized platform that made digital trust possible: Blockchain. Fast forward ten years and it seems […]

Will 6G Force Cell Phone Providers to Redesign Their Data Servers?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in 6G, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Data Quality, data servers, Data Storage, Decision Management, IT, launch of 5G, News, SmartData Collective Exclusive, wireless data

A few months ago, we highlighted the changes that 5G networks will soon be creating for mobile users across the world. Although no provider has actually launched a 5G network yet, the wireless industry developed the first official standard for the new network a few months ago. Surprisingly, Sascha Segan and other technology pundits are […]

In the Digital Age, Tangible Data Still Matters

Posted Leave a commentPosted in bi, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Data Quality, SmartData Collective Exclusive, tangible data, visible data

For companies incorporated before the digital age, one of the biggest challenges is digital disruption and successfully managing a complete digital transformation. The contemporary customer is more connected than ever, with their digital devices acting as virtual assistants. It’s all about access with sites such as Airbnb, Spotify, Postmates, Lyft, and more. In addition, a […]