Everyone can say “I know what Big Data is,” but very few can claim “I understand the landscape of my organization’s Big Data resources.” Big Data is an extremely complex environment that can challenge even experienced data experts.
If bees die out, humans have only four years to live. This statement has been widely quoted and is often attributed to Albert Einstein, although there seems to be no evidence that he actually said it.
The contextual complexity around big data is increasing exponentially. Governance and regulation, data volume and data variety, the velocity of transmission and computation, and the potential for adoption of open source technologies are a few of the many challenges that companies are facing in the Big Data environment. In addition, digital transformation (DX) in Europe […]
“Digitally determined” organizations no longer ask if something is possible. They assume it is. Corporate leaders identify what they wish to achieve. Those goals are broken into use cases. The organization then works backward to determine what technologies are needed. IT suppliers need to be on board with these use cases. Many suppliers say they […]