Showing posts from April 4, 2017

Largest Industries that are investing in Big Data and analytics solutions

Findings from diverse sources converge on the fact that, Banking, discrete manufacturing, and process manufacturing are the three largest industries to invest in Big Data and analytics solutions by 2020. The financial sector and manufacturing will lead the spending momentum.
According to IDC, the industries that will show the highest growth by 2020 period are professional services, telecommunications, utilities, and retail.

Here is where European organizations currently active in Big Data programs are now focusing on

It is now clear that, digital disruption is forcing many organizations to reevaluate their information needs, as the ability to react with greater speed and efficiency becomes critical for competitive businesses in our ever-connected era.
European organizations currently active in Big Data programs are now focusing on scaling up these efforts and propagating use as they seek to learn and internalize best practices. The shift toward cloud deployments, greater levels of automation, and lower-cost storage and data processing platforms are helping to reduce the barriers to driving value and impact from Big Data at scale.

Talend and MapR in our ever-connected data-driven era

At the core of stakes, the benefit and simplify management of next-generation cloud and big data applications. In effect, henceforth IT leaders need a modern, agile IT environment that can keep pace with rapidly changing market demands and technology disruptions.
Together, Talend and MapR provide a unified, open source-based, converged data storage and management platform for different application needs that aims to enable organizations to use big data in powerful new ways; they provide a modern data architecture capable of tackling multiple big data workloads simultaneously.

The MapR Converged Data Platform within the Bigdata industry

The MapR Converged Data Platform is steadily billed as an enterprise-grade software solution that unifies big data and open source technologies with fast, native access to global event streaming, real-time database capabilities, and web-scale storage. MapR provides the Converged Data Platform that enables users to harness the power of big data by combining analytics in real-time to operational applications.

Talend Data Fabric on MapR Converged Data Platform

At the core of stakes, we have increased agility and accelerated time-to-value for enterprise-scale big data workflows. The newest version ofthe Talend Data Fabric integration solution has been certified on the MapR Converged Data Platform, which includes MapR-FS, MapR-DB and MapR Streams. For those who are unfamiliar, this accreditation enables Talend and MapR to help customers increase agility and accelerate time-to-value for enterprise-scale big data workflows.

World's Most Accurate Weather Data to Samsung Devices

At the core of stakes, we have: Samsung’s weather widget and weather executions across select Samsung Android and Tizen products. We also have: weather information in millions of new devices; crucial weather information to people across the globe.
In effect, IBM Business and Samsung announce an expanded strategic alliance that will make The Weather Company the default weather data provider on select Samsung devices, beginning this year with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices. The Weather Channel App for Android will also be promoted globally in the Galaxy App Store.

The Indian wearable (basic wearables and smart wearables) market

The most exciting is to recall that, low cost fitness trackers are on a powerful curve in terms of adoption. For those who are unfamiliar, smart wearables can run third party apps and basic wearables can’t.
Vendor like Fossil paves its way into Indian wearable market and fresh shipments of new models from vendors like Apple and Samsung fuelled the growth. In terms of price, <$50 segment continues to dominate the category. This entry level segment is dominated by fitness trackers from vendors like Goqii, Xiaomi, and Intex. In the effort to enhance value proposition, devices in this price segment have seen drastic evolution over last year from being basic activity trackers to one with display, basic phone notifications and heart rate sensors”, says Karthik J, Senior Market Analyst, Client Devices, IDC India. Fitness tracker device backed by integrated service ecosystem like personal trainer, doctor, and diagnostic in on an exciting momentum.

Cognitive technology is deeply impacting Human Resources

From hiring through onboarding to Human Resources (HR) operations, employee engagement and performance, many analysts and studies converge on the realities that, Cognitive Technology is impacting and will impact key Human Resource functions. According to an IBM report, Human Resources (HR) executives are already recognizing the impact of cognitive and there are several key areas where cognitive capabilities can be leveraged in the new Human Resources (HR) era. “Cognitive technology is being rapidly developed, deployed and replicated in the HR environment across industries to assist in transforming and enhancing the end-to-end employee experience,” said Susan Steele, Executive Partner, Global Talent and Engagement, IBM Global Business Services.
Cognitive Talent Management solutions save valuable time and improve the employee experience so that everyone can focus on what really matters. The IBV-SWI report found that within the HR field, there are three areas poised to take full advantage of…