In this momentum, one has observed this week that:
New studies show that one-third of data center servers are consuming energy when inactive or transferring data. This revealing data points to a unpleasant mismanagement of data center resources and could be responsible for unnecessary costs and energy consumption.
Now that the benefits of collective knowledge and large code bases are more familiar to executives, some proprietary-code projects are finding value in integrating or completely moving to open source.
The secret to gaining a competitive big data analytics advantage is agility. The ability to capture and chew huge amounts of user data allows Apple to conduct large-scale UX research and fine-tune products quickly.
Henceforth, Companies can’t afford to act on dirty data, there’s a growing market for preparation tools to “clean” data before it’s used.