With data being the obsession of business executives, entrepreneurs and IT technology investors, there’s a justification to want and store increasing amounts of data.
Devising a strategy for dealing with today’s complex data environment is daunting, and many companies don’t approach the data storage task in a focused way.
So what’s the connection between, say, social media and the Internet of Things? Or wearable tech and cloud computing?
This IDC study discusses the worldwide archiving software market, which is made up of revenue from both on-premise archiving software and public cloud archiving.
Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Google+ EmailBy Bernard Marr We surely see a lot of hype surrounding big data but I believe the following 25 facts speak for themselves and help to paint a realistic picture of the phenomenon we now call ‘Big Data’ – a phenomenon that is changing the world as we know it. Every […]
Storage of Big Data–and particularly unstructured data such as video, PPT presentations, and Word documents that do not fit into a database–has been the subject of considerable discussion. While proper, secure storage was a natural evolution in the Big Data debate lifecycle, it is now merely a precondition to much higher orders of analysis and business intelligence. In this respect, the Big Data remains too small in many minds.