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2013 News Recap

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IT news in 2013 was dominated by cloud computing, big data/analytics, social media and mobile technologies. Here’s a synopsis of some of our most popular news items of the past year:

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Comments (1)
Hi Bob, great list of significant disruptive technologies and trends. you are right in stating that big data, cloud and mobility will be the next big IT platform. However, often the requirements for big data analysis are really not well understood by the developers and business owners, thus creating an undesirable product.

The success of extracting people oriented Business Intelligence depends upon the ability to collect every possible expression and derive the business observations from it.

There is a need to develop expertise and process of creating small scale prototypes quickly and test them to demonstrate its correctness, matching with business goals.

I have registered for a webinar on Deploy Big Data solutions Rapidly in Cloud through Harbinger's ABC model (Agile-Big Data-Cloud), it looks a promising one http://j.mp/19xJ6ew

Posted by Sushant s | Thursday, January 02 2014 at 5:18AM ET
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