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Organizing Big Data

Companies need to find a way to organize their big data, reports VentureBeat.

Big Data keeps getting bigger. In 2021, the Big Data Landscape grew to 2,025 technological tools, all promising to help businesses solve their data needs.

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Using Big Data

Companies are learning to use their big data, reports CoreLogic

Data tells stories. In the property industry, there are few tactics more powerful than a compelling story; however, the transition from aspirational narratives into real, on-the-ground projects is accelerating.

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Making Education’s Big Data Useful

Education has a lot of big data, but without a way to filter that big data it isn’t useful, reports Big Data.

Insights offered by data can help create solutions to business problems. But managing big data can overwhelm rather than help.

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Keeping Data Costs Down

According to Tech Republic, companies want to use big data but they are worried about keeping the costs down. 

At a time when organizations are increasingly adopting a cloud-first approach and global spending for big data services is expected to surge to $273 billion in 2026, 82% of data management decision-makers are deeply concerned about controlling and forecasting rising data costs, a new study finds.

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Predicting ER Mortality with Big Data

Big data and AI can predict mortality from trauma in the ER, reports Science Daily.

Scientists from the Department of Traumatology and Acute Critical Medicine at the Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine developed an AI algorithm to predict the risk of mortality for patients suffering a major injury

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Power to Use Big Data Expensive

Migrating to the cloud can give companies the computing power they need to master all of their big data, but that can be expensive, reports CIO Dive.

Cloud migration promises access to vast amounts of computing power, expansive data storage, and, when not carefully managed, escalating costs.

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Construction Companies & Big Data

According to Software Advice, big data helps construction companies in a myriad of wasy.

Planning for complex issues is something every construction company has to do for a project. However, even the most adept general contractors can run into unavoidable difficulties that throw off project planning.

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Football Scouting with Big Data

According to Mountain Wire West, big data is playing a key role in football scouting.

In the world of football, data analytics has become one of the most significant ways to optimize in-game processes and performance. To continuously improve player performance and reduce the risk of injury, clubs implement programs that use big data analytics to monitor player performance during games and after practice sessions.

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Big Data’s Role in Mapping

Big data plays big roll in geospatial mapping, reports Tech Crunch.

When it comes to geospatial and mapping data and how they are leveraged by organizations, satellites continue to play a critical role when it comes to sourcing raw information. Getting that raw data into a state that can be usable by enterprises, however, is a different story.

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Creating Storage for Big Data

According to Tech Target, AI storage architecture should make allowances for big data.

The creation and processing of large amounts of data -- coupled with expanding innovations, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning -- present many opportunities for organizations to make better use of their data and find trends to inform business decisions.

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