Big data trenda set to run and run
If you’re scared to take chances, you’ll never have the answers
Ireland playing catch-up with early adopters in the US, major pick up by the banking sector and the use of in-memory computing for big data analysis are the trends playing out in data analytics and big data in Ireland, according to industry observers working in the field.
But the most influential of all current developments in the area is the growing importance of user-friendly reporting, making business intelligence more accessible than ever before.
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