The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) extends to almost all industries and markets. Coupled with the power of big data, IoT can offer massive improvements in messaging personalization and product customizations through complete customer empathy and supply chain efficacy. However, starting with IoT and unlocking its value often ends up being a daunting task for managers. This blog proposes a simple exercise to help design your IoT strategy and implement a customer and user centric IoT ecosystem.
Less is always more, simpler is always better.
Both Apache Spark and Neo4j are two tremendously useful tools. I’ve seen how both of these two tools give their users a way to transform problems that start out both large and complex into problems that become simpler and easier to solve. That’s what the companies behind these platforms are getting at. They are two sides of the same coin.| Kenny Bastani lives in Silicon Valley and builds really cool things with graphs
RapidMiners, THIS is your 5 Minutes with Ingo: On this episode, Ingo welcomes in the New Year by talking through the opportunities and challenges facing big data analytics professionals around the world. He covers tools, technology, talent and…. unicorns? Here are the lyrics to this week’s theme song: It’s five or so minutes with Ingo We promise …
“Given industries are changing so quickly in such an unpredictable way, companies need to have the ability to adapt quickly to launch new products and services, develop new revenue or business models and access new geographical markets,” commented Frost & Sullivan’s Stadtmueller. “That adaptability is being enabled by cloud computing—it has become a necessary response to the rapid pace of transformation.”