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The human emotions in the today's world of internet

The human emotions are read and analyzed by voice, gesture, and face inputs. Basically, there are seven emotions that are universally accepted: joy, surprise, anger, contempt, sadness, disgust, and fear. The emotion analytics is the examination of a person's verbal and non-verbal communications in order to understand the mood and attitude. In the today's world of internet, people are expressing their emotions, sentiments, and feelings through text/comments, emojis, likes, and dislikes.

The mobile Business Intelligence (BI) + big data from IT

Increasingly, Mobile Business Intelligence (BI) allows big data from IT to be converted into relevant and actionable insights for a quick problem resolution. In effect, it enables the organizations to extract insights from key operational data types, such as log files, performance metrics, events, and trouble tickets, so that they can proactively avoid outages, achieve faster mean time to repair, and realize cost savings through greater operational efficiency from anyplace.

Here is why Organizations are evolving their Information Technology (IT) monitoring tools

Steadily, Organizations of all sizes, across the world are evolving their Information Technology (IT) monitoring tools to gain more visibility into the new complexity. In effect, with the right solution, one can detect patterns early to predict issues before they arise.

Here is why the mobile Business Intelligence (BI) market is growing rapidly

One can easily observe that, the mobile Business Intelligence (BI) market is growing rapidly because of the transition from traditional Business Intelligence (BI) techniques to advanced Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics techniques, which can be managed and utilized from anyplace at any time, and the massive surge in the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend across industry verticals. However, analysts are unanimous on the fact that, factors such as difficulty in identifying durable return on investment and lack of sustainable data governance process are expected to limit the market growth. According to Research and Markets, the mobile Business Intelligence (BI) market size is expected to grow from USD 4.08 Billion in 2016 to USD 11.13 Billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 22.2% during the forecast period.