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SoftBank Offers Analytics

SoftBank will offer analytics/forecasting services to business customers, reports Nikkei.

SoftBank Group will offer a customer forecasting service for retailers costing as little as $40 a month, looking to make big data analysis more accessible to small Japanese businesses that have been unable to afford the technology.


Enterprises Struggle with Big Data

According to Analytics Insight, it can be hard for big enterprises to adopt big data. 

Big data initiatives are large not just in size but also in scope. Despite the fact that the majority of these projects begin with lofty goals, only a handful are successful.


Does Big Data Have Place in Journalism

Big data can improve journalism, reports Forbes.

You may find the word "data" in the term "data journalism" redundant. After all, newsmaking of any kind, even the tacky, propaganda-driven type, has always relied heavily on data. 


Big Data Market Continues to Grow

The big data market is forecasted to reach almost $300 billion by 2030.

According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “Big Data Market” information by Technology, by Organization Size, by Deployment, by End-User and Region – Forecast to 2030” market size to reach USD 297.28 billion, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 14.52% by 2030.


Big Data in Healthcare

What does big data mean for the healthcare industry, reports Corporate Wellness Magazine.

One of the most prominent changes in healthcare has been the advent of a digital revolution in the industry.


Using Big Data to Move Business Forward

According to McKinsey, businesses are using big data to convert knowledge into action. 

Few dispute that organizations have more data than ever at their disposal. But actually deriving meaningful insights from that data—and converting knowledge into action—is easier said than done.


Patenting Big Data

According to JD Supra, it is possible to patent big data solutions.

The information age continues to bring new uses of data, and even with the increase in computing power, the data becomes more expansive, integrated in our daily routines, and able to transform our lives.


Helping with War Zone Relief

Big data can help relief efforts in war zones, reports Duke Today.

In a war zone, response times matter. Minutes can save lives and hours can boost relief efforts.


Big Data Revolutionizing Healthcare

According to Corporate Wellness Magazine, big data is improving healthcare by giving providers access to unlimited information.

One of the most prominent changes in healthcare has been the advent of a digital revolution in the industry.


Marine Industry and the Big Data

According to Analytics Insight, big data has become popular in the marine industry. 

Big data is the name given to the enormous volume of data – both organized and unstructured – that is created in our personal and professional lives. It tends to be characterized by its assortment, and the speed and volume with which it is created.


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