By R "Ray" Wang on February 28, 2012
Revisiting the Three V’s of Big Data It’s time to revisit that original post from July 4th, 2011 post on the the Three V’s of big data. Here’s the recap: Traditionally, big data describes data that’s too large for existing systems to process. Over the past three years, experts and gurus in the space have […]
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By Michael Fauscette on February 23, 2012
I had an interesting conversation with a journalist recently that made me think a bit more on the use of social data for decision support, the accuracy of socially generated big data and the ability to apply current technologies to turn that data into useful information. The topic was the potential to use socialytics in […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on September 1, 2011
Recently I’ve been tracking the growth of social analytics and the means of delivering well on it. Connecting it to the needs of the business is the next step beyond basics of collating, aggregating, and identifying patterns in what the world is doing that affects your organization. On ZDNet recently, I explored the rapidly growing trend of big data. Collectively, big data represents a set of highly innovative new ways that companies are developing to distill value from the sheer scale, richness, and complexity of today’s vast networks of people and their data, of which the Internet is just the biggest example. It is social media in particular, however, where big data and business value intersect.
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