How to Choose a Big Data-as-a-Service Company

JONATHAN BUCKLEY | April 26, 2016

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The world of big data is all around us. Transactions, sensors, social media, mobile devices, wearables, and a host of other sources are generating datasets of unprecedented volume, velocity and variety. This big data explosion presents enormous opportunities for organizations that are able to capture, manage, and analyze massive volumes of disparate data for insights that can drive decisions and create competitive advantage. Still, the big challenge with big data is finding innovative technological solutions that can pick up where traditional databases and existing scalable architectures leave off.

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