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When Integrating Big Data and Mobile, Location is the Key to Security

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In this special guest feature, Israel Lifshitz of Nubo Software Ltd. presents his take on an important pain point for big data in the mobile era – security. He makes the case for storing mission critical data at highly secure remote location as the preferred way to protect big data.

Data Virtualization Goes Mainstream

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In this special guest feature, Suresh Chandrasekaran of Denodo Technologies examines the rise in popularity of data virtualization and the important trends that are contributing to its growth.

How will IoT affect Big Data in 2015?

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In this special guest feature, Himanshu Bari of DataTorrent explores the rise in IoT-connected devices and how data collected by these sensors are exploding in popularity and destined to make 2015 the year of “fast big data.” Himanshu Bari is the Director of Product Management at DataTorrent, the enterprise-class real-time streaming platform built exclusively on Hadoop. […]

In an Ever-Changing Digital World, It’s Still All About Serving the Customer

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In this special guest feature, Tara Kelly of SPLICE Software examines the growing atmosphere of data-driven client relationships and how traditional tried and proven techniques are still useful.

Big Data Industry Predictions for 2015

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As 2014 draws to a close, here at insideBIGDATA we’re trying to cool our heels a bit to reflect on the amazing year we had for Big Data. We thought it would be interesting to put together a 2015 Predictions article that included perspectives from many of our new (and old) industry friends. Below, is a compilation of some of the most compelling predictions we heard.

5 Top BI Trends for 2015

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In this special guest feature, Ellie Fields of Tableau identifies the 5 top business intelligence trends for the upcoming new year in 2015.

What’s Hot & What’s Not in Data Science 2015

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In addition to analyzing data, our friends over at CrowdFlower — a people-powered data enrichment platform — has an affinity for lists. This year, they asked their team of data scientists to come up with what they think will be “hot” or “not” in their world for 2015.

2015 Predictions Reveal a More Pragmatic Approach to Big Data

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Concurrent, Inc., a leader in data application infrastructure, released 2015 predictions for big data and Apache Hadoop. While the past year brought expansion and education across the Hadoop ecosystem and increased investment in related initiatives, 2015 will be the year of pragmatism as global enterprises turn their focus on getting value from these investments.

6 Things Slowing Down Big Data

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In this special guest feature, Steve Sarracino of Activant Capital discusses how big data has become a victim of its own success in terms of six distinct issues that hinder further progress. Steve Sarracino is Founder & Partner with Activant Capital, a firm that invests in technology enabled and software businesses, focused on growth equity and providing liquidity for entrepreneurs and founders.

The Prescribed Value of Data Over Time

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In this special guest feature, Shahbaz Ali of Tarmin takes a look at the commoditization of data and how aggregated data has evolved to the extent of being so crucial and proprietary that its value is unparalleled and irreplaceable to the organization.