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Why Big Data Hype is Good for Everyone

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Lately the big data big shots have been stealing the spotlight from every corner of IT. And why not? It is truly ground-breaking technology.

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Comments (2)
Bruce, we are certainly seeing more companies realize the importance of big data. HPCC Systems from LexisNexis provides an open source solution that can help companies derive insights from massive data sets. HPCC Systems provides proven solutions to handle what are now called Big Data problems, and have been doing so for more than a decade. Their built-in analytics libraries for Machine Learning and integration with BI tools allows for a complete solution for ETL, data mining and reporting. For more info visit: hpccsystems.com
Posted by HAANA M | Friday, December 06 2013 at 11:42AM ET
Most companies haven't addressed the small data issue - deriving insight from data that is readily available (and has been readily available for years). Before any organization embarks on a 'big data' strategy they need to have a clear understanding of what the
Posted by kevin l | Saturday, December 07 2013 at 2:06AM ET
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