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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Big data's role in business intelligence grows

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Businesses of all sizes and across a variety of industries are moving forward with their big data plans to avoid losing their competitive edge.

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Keeping data management projects on track

Richard Jones Archive
Retail organizations are increasingly coming upon customer and internal information that can be used to enhance operations.

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Study: Big data could provide huge savings for the healthcare industry

Richard Jones Archive
As physicians practices and hospitals start to analyze the structured and unstructured information stored in their electronic health records, generated by mobile health applications and collected by sensors, they could see $300 billion in savings every year.

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Big data at the top of minds and budgets heading into 2013

Rachel Wheeler Archive
In 2012, big data was a buzz word, but it's going to become more of an industry standard in 2013, as companies realize they need to implement analytics strategies or step out of the way of those that do.

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Financial firms must be sure information is accurate

Paul Newman Archive
Banks and other financial institutions are largely responsible for maintaining highly sensitive information.

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Businesses demand real-time processing for big data

Richard Jones Archive
As organizations acquire more information on internal and customer-facing operations, decision-makers are realizing the need for analytic and other data quality tools that can convert meaningless files into useful resources.

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Deduplication software helps SMBs overcome storage obstacles

Paul Newman Archive
As digital technologies continue to emerge, organizations are able to capture and analyze increasing amounts of information on both customers and internal operations to improve service and productivity.

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Retailers developing data plans to understand, target customer preferences

Richard Jones Archive
The holiday season is in full swing, with comScore reporting that consumers have already spent upward of $29 billion on products and services through ecommerce alone.

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Doctors find new way to classify and diagnose diabetes using EHR data

Rachel Wheeler Archive
As a result of healthcare reform, data volumes are expected to explode.

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Study: Financial firms struggle with data management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Financial institutions are often responsible for maintaining large volumes of highly sensitive information.

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