Sunday May 31, 2020

Business Analytics and Big Data: simpler, faster, cheaper

Data analytics has trickled down from large corporates and is now readily available in the mainstream

1st March, 2015

Like a lot of business processes that leverage technology, data analytics is becoming simpler and trickling downstream. No longer the sole preserve of large corporations, it’s more accessible, more immediate and more affordable.

Liam Halpin, general manager at Dell Ireland, said that “computers were invented for analysing data”, that big data has been around for ages and has just been rebranded. It’s the ease with which it can be explored that’s changed. He...

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