Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for Big Data & Analytics Tech Brief

Covid-19 Has Changed the Global Supply Chain

After almost a year of coronavirus pandemic, it is apparent that the pandemic has significantly strained the industry in a manner that no one has ever seen before. With the pandemic, it has emerged that the supply chain is the backbone of modern businesses. Although these challenges might have impacted the supply chain and logistics industries now, it will ultimately result in more resilience in the future. Here are some changes that the coronavirus pandemic has introduced to the global supply chain:

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Plan Success into Your Next Big Data Project

Big data is now one of the leading investments among businesses. For this reason, companies that have massive volumes of data within their reach such as Facebook and Amazon, among others are minting millions of dollars by leveraging on this golden resource. While the private sector seems to be ahead in big data projects, the public sector also has not been left too far behind. Government entities are now looking to leverage the available data to serve the citizens better. A recent report by IBM Center for The Business of Government noted that the government must plan their big data initiatives properly to achieve success. Here are some steps you should consider when planning your success in big data projects:

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Can Big Data Help Avert Catastrophes?

Disasters are becoming too complicated and common in the world. Increasingly, rescue and humanitarian organizations face many challenges as they try to avert catastrophes and reduce deaths resulting from them. In 2017 alone, it was reported that more than ten thousand people were killed, and more than 90 million were affected by natural disasters worldwide. These disasters range from hurricanes and landslides to earthquakes and floods. The years that followed turned out to be equally calamitous, with things such as locust invasions, wildfires, and floods causing havoc across the planet.

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