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Are You Managing these Big Data Issues?

Data has become one of the most crucial resources in organizations today. Unlike in the past, no business can succeed without data which is vital in decision-making. With massive amounts of data being generated every second from business transactions, customer interactions, and sales figures emanating from various sales platforms, data has become the fuel that drives businesses. All this data is referred to as big data. Data from multiple sources coming to an organization needs to be gathered and analyzed to enhance decision-making. However, this is easier said than done. There are various challenges to big data that are encountered during this process. Here are some of the issues that you should manage in your big data initiative.


What Does Internet of Things Have to do with Big Data

In the world today, we are facing three technologies that have the potential to take how we work or do things to a new level. These technologies are big data, the internet of things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI). These three technologies work together in many perspectives and can take different industries and businesses to the next level. Although they are closely related, they are so distinct in a variety of ways. The main question, however, is what will happen if two of these three works together? Here, we highlight the relationship between the internet of things and big data, two of the three technologies that are currently a buzzword in every tech discussion.


Big Data Challenges Are Not Going Away in 2021

2020 was a year with so many domestic and global challenges. But the big data industry seems to have grown, even more, gaining more force moving into 2021. The growth in this area was occasioned by the rise in online activities due to the pandemic. As we start a new year, big data is expected to grow even more to heights never experienced before. Despite the growth, many challenges should be expected in 2021. Here are some of the 2020 big data challenges that are not likely to go away in 2021:


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.


Who Should Manage Your Hadoop Environment?

Hadoop is the leading open source technology for the management of data. In any discussion about big data and its distributions, you will never fail to come across Hadoop in the middle of the talks. As outlined in a technical paper by Google in 2006, it was designed as a distributed processing framework back in 2006. It was first adopted by Yahoo in the same year, followed by other tech giants such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.  During this time, Hadoop evolved significantly into one of the most complex big data infrastructure known today.


What is Important in Data Transformation?

Data has become one of the critical components of any business in the modern era. It is for this reason that you keep hearing some conversations around big data and big data analytics. With this, data transformation has also gained fame. It is the process where data is analyzed, reviewed and converted by data scientists from a given format to another. This process is essential for organizations, especially at a time when data integration is required for an effective running of operations and security. It might involve the conversion of large amounts of data and data types, elimination of duplicate data, enriching data and aggregating it. Here is how data is transformed:


Have You Solved All These Big Data Issues?

Big data is a unique technology both in terms of its size and scale. With the advancement of machine learning and data science, big has a potential of impacting live and operations in different industries, in unprecedented levels and scope. Over the past decade, the amount of data generated by different industries has increased substantially. While more data can create an opportunity for businesses, it can also mean more problems if not well used. Here are some of the big data problems that must be solved to get the most:


Big Data is Critical to the Transportation Industry

Big data is expected to be a force to reckon with in the future in the transport and logistics sector. But the benefits it promises to offer are already being felt. Before going deeper into potential uses of this technology in the future, one has to know areas in which it is being leveraged now. As the demand for transportation and freight services rise, companies are forced to embrace new opportunities, including those provided by big data.


Production Improvement Enabled by Big Data

In the modern data-driven economy, competing successfully and making sound investment decisions is a competitive endeavor that is also costly. It is for this reason that you are likely to hear discussions in professional business circles about big data and big data analytics. In the manufacturing sector, manufacturers look for ways that drive production, enhance efficiency, and increase innovation. This is where big data becomes highly useful. Big data allows companies to achieve productivity, gain efficiency in operations, and uncover new insights that drive innovation. With big data analytics, manufacturing companies can get information and patterns that will enable them to improve their processes, efficiency of supply, and identify aspects that affect production.


New Way to Share Data

According to Tech Crunch, InfoSum has raised $15 million in funding to bring its new way to share data to market.

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