The Big Data movement is not only about volume, but also about how organizations use information to achieve long-term objectives.
The growing demand for Big Data will encourage organizations to invest in technology in an effort to make the most of the information at their disposal.
Big Data has a lot of indisputable uses in big business, but Lady Gaga's manager proved it has a place in the field of entertainment as well.
Kaiser Permanente, a hospital system in Oakland, California, has a significantly lower mortality rate than the national average, according to The Wall Street Journal, and they owe it all to Big Data.
As business data volumes increase, companies are looking for better ways to manage that information.
Businesses that encourage the relationship between cloud computing and Big Data will find it easier to achieve success in 2014.
Because 2.5 quintillion bytes of information are created daily, companies need to consider developing a Big Data strategy that works in 2014.
Big Data technologies will likely be easier to use in 2014.
Data mining can help organizations develop more comprehensive and effective Big Data initiatives.
With the new year fast approaching, business analytics experts are rushing to lay down some predictions for the not-so-distant future.
The United States Affordable Care Act and requirements outlined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have forced health care industry participants to reduce treatment expenses.