2017: Big Data – The Future is Cloudy. While machine learning and IoT grab the headlines, in 2017, cloud adoption will become the sleeper story of Big Data. Find out more
CES 2017: As with Big Data, Human Factor Plays a Part in IoT. CES 2017 panelists agreed that like their business counterparts, agencies must de-silo, collaborate to make the most of the Internet of Things. Find out more
PREDICTIONS: What 2017 Will Bring…10 More Big Data Predictions. 2017 is finally here. But what will the New Year bring? We start out with everybody’s favorite big data platform: Hadoop. The distributed computing system has had a rough go of it lately, as people question whether the complexity of implementing Hadoop outweighs the big data benefits it brings. That question will quietly go away in 2017 as companies begin using it as a platform for their own software, predicts Andrew Brust, a Senior Director at Datameer. Find out more
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE: How Federal Agencies Can Simplify Big Data Complexities. Before federal agencies can draw insights from Big Data, they must find a way to process and store all of this new information. Find out more
NOW ON SLIDESHARE: Tech Update Summary from Blue Mountain Data Systems December 2016 http://www.slideshare.net/BMDS3416/tech-update-summary-from-blue-mountain-data-systems-december-2016.
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