Big Data and Analytics market is expected to be huge $125 billion. This is good news for the industry. This implies that CIOs would be siting on big additional budgets to spend. But if you look at some other reports such as the one from CFO.com it tells a different story – the ground reality about CIO budgets.
According to this report CIO budgets are growing at a very modest rate. So the key question is how are CIOs going to find money for these new initiatives.
Sachin Dabir | CEO - Ashnik
Migrating a software (application or database or any layer) that is running on one vendor’s platform to another vendor's platform is never easy or risk-free. Same applies to relational databases as well. Though fundamentally all the relational database are supposed to adhere to same relational theory, but commercial products have some vendor specific implementations of commands and functions.
Sameer Kumar | Database Solution Architect
Big Data is becoming mainstream initiative in organizations around the globe. With exploding growth in data volumes and availability of data from multiple sources organizations are looking to leverage it to improve various business performance.
The key steps in initiating big data plan are capture, store, sort, share, analyze, and visualize the data. Emerging technologies like NoSQL DB and Hadoop along with the analytics tools are changing the way organizations are handling data and analysing it compared to the past.
Sandeep Khuperkar | Director
ABC Company was pleased after its first meeting with representatives of a major Japanese firm. The Japanese had nodded assent throughout the meeting and had not objected to a single proposal. The next day, however, ABC Company was stunned to learn that the Japanese had rejected the entire plan.
Indrayani Valinjkar | MBA - HR
MA - Counselling Psychologist, Certified Yoga teacher