The number of organizations implementing big data and analytics projects has increased dramatically, but many struggle with a number of challenges to achieving the returns on investment they hope for.
That is the conclusion of a new study on machine data analytics by 451 Research and sponsored by Logtrust. The report, entitled “The Need for Speed: Machine Data Analytics in 2016-17” found that most organizations currently employ data analytics, and are most frequently using it for IT operations management (cited by 80 percent) and security (cited by 60 percent). Other common use cases include the Internet of Things (cited by 51 percent), big data analytics (cited by 51 percent), fraud analytics (cited by 45 percent) and IT governance/compliance (cited by 34 percent).
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