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Volume, variety and velocity of data on the rise

Alex Meehan goes deep on the questions Irish SMEs are asking about big data and business analytics

6th March, 2016
Declan Hogan, head of enterprise group hardware Ireland for Hewlett Packard Enterprise

With more and more data being produced each day by smartphones, tablets and internet-connected devices, it’s a significant challenge for Irish companies to keep up. Big data technology and data analytics are becoming more interesting as companies seek new ways to drive business intelligence from the data flowing through their systems.

“We’re seeing huge interest in big data and analytics at the moment and the reason is that there is massive change taking...

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