Thursday February 27, 2020

It’s not about big data, it’s about all data

Irish SMEs are demanding a full service and vendors are responding

6th March, 2016
Robert Lanigan software sales leader Ireland, IBM

At a time when the world of technology vendors is becoming increasingly fragmented, some of the largest companies offering big data and data analytics services are differentiating themselves based on not being specialists.

“Our key corporate message is that we will not lock you in. We’re not a big data company — we do all data, and typically we would expect proposals we make to lower your cost of ownership,” said Paul Brook, big data...

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