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7 Benefits Of Cloud Computing
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So far as IT services delivery is concerned, cloud computing has indeed ushered in a new era of efficiency and responsiveness. With a huge potential to expand business horizons, offer cheap yet productive IT resources along with room for business flexibility, cloud computing is increasingly becoming an organizational favorite, thanks

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Apervi’s Conflux Gives A Big Boost To A Confluence Of Big Data Workflows
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Data-driven workflows are the life and existence of big data professionals everywhere: data scientists, data analysts, and data engineers. We perform all types of data functions in these workflow processes: archive, discover, access, visualize, mine, manipulate, fuse, integrate, transform, feed models, learn models, validate models, deploy models, etc. It is

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Get Prepared For Business In The Cloud
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If there’s one thing companies have been especially excited about in recent years, it’s been cloud computing. Many important business functions and operations have made their way to the cloud, with some working out more smoothly than others. During this whole time, many have theorized about the potential of big

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10 Big Data Stories You Shouldn’t Miss This Week
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“Where there is data smoke, there is business fire.” – Thomas Redman  The idea of Data Smoke is quite a brilliant analogy by Thomas Redman. It adequately explains why so much emphasis has been placed on tools, personnel, and culture within companies over the past decade. To understand the quote, however, it’s

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10 Big Data Stories You Shouldn’t Miss This Week
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Another week, another fresh spate of acquisitions and funding to prove that the data science market is constantly evolving and growing. Google acquired two Oxford University-based startups, Buzzfeed acqui-hired the Torando Labs team, and VMWare have scooped up Continuent to bolster their cloud offering. Compass and Enlitic picked up $2

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How Teachers Can Protect Their Data At School
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We live in an increasingly connected world with more capabilities than ever before at our fingertips, and it’s making many jobs out there a lot more dynamic. Education is no exception to this trend, though teachers and administrators will likely use these online tools for much different purposes compared to

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10 Big Data Stories You Shouldn'T Miss This Week
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“Big data is at the foundation of all of the megatrends that are happening today, from social to mobile to the cloud to gaming.” – Chris Lynch The aforementioned quote is something that we strongly believe here at Dataconomy. It’s why we aim to be the most comprehensive source for

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What You Should Know About Your App Data, But Probably Don'T
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Can you imagine a world without smartphones? In this day and age, the answer is a resounding ‘no’. One of the reasons for this is how profoundly we rely on apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, to name but a few. These apps connect us with friends, family or

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Ibm Looks To Enhance Bluemix Usership With New Developer-Centric Apis For Watson
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IBM has now introduced a set of new cognitive services that will be available on IBM Bluemix, its cloud-based platform for mobile and web app development. Bluemix users will utilize an evolving set of APIs and content to build apps, with little effort in entry to cognitive tools, powered by

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The Week In Big Data- 6Th October, 2014
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This week, we have started answering some key questions that seem to be popular among our readers– what is deep learning, for example, and which videos should I watch to learn something substantial about the topic? We hope that they provide a great basis for you to delve further into

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