Most companies today are working with some level of data operations. Many are wondering whether they’ve already crossed the threshold into big data. Here's how you can tell.
Most articles about big data focus on technologies or how it can help businesses boost profits. But big data can also be used by nonprofits and public agencies to improve disaster response.
Even though Hadoop has been part of the business landscape for the past few years, there's still a lot of confusion about big data and how businesses can benefit. Don't be left behind.
Big data has sparked a growing trend among businesses to rely less on intuition and more on data analysis when making business decisions. Make sure you don't get left behind.
The cloud and Hadoop are two IT initiatives that have matured to the point where we are no longer talking about what they are, but instead talking about how to best take advantage of them.
if big data is basically the immense accumulation of digital refuse, left over from billions of daily transactions and interactions, that's okay. There are treasures to be found in that trash.
As data continues to accumulate at staggering rates, enterprise IT can turn to cloud-based solutions to meet increasing data storage needs.
While large firms like Google and Facebook use Hadoop to store and manage their huge data sets, Hadoop has also proven valuable for many other more traditional enterprises .
Michele Nemschoff of MapR Technologies talks us through everything big data and how to pick out the perfect Hadoop platform to make the most of your important information.
Product innovation is a risky business and the majority of new products that enter the market fail. Michele Nemschoff of MapR Technologies tells us how big data platforms like Hadoop can help.
As businesses start to implement big data platforms, a common problem is figuring out how to measure the return on investment. MapR's Michele Nemschoff dishes up some answers.