Skip to main content

Inforgraphic on Big Data

IBM has been very active in business analytics lately. One of their largest acquisitions in analytics field is that of SPSS. In their global CMO survey, IBM found that many CMOs think big data analytics is a key challenge facing their functions.

The following two infographics provide a few interesting numbers about big data. The most striking statistic is the enormous growth rate in the databases - 60% per year! With this super growth, Healthcare sector is expected to see average database size of 665 TB per hospital by 2015! This is equivalent to putting 133,000 movies (5 GB each) on each hospital's data center.



Big Data: The New Natural Resource

Big Data @ Work

Comments

  1. Hi Ashwin,
    There are lots of information about hadoop have spread around the web, but this is a unique one according to me. The strategy you have updated here will make me to get to the next level in big data. Thanks for sharing this.Big Data Training in Chennai|Big Data Training

    ReplyDelete
  2. Would you like to create virtual data room pricing review? is it possible? thanks

    ReplyDelete
  3. This post is much helpful for us. This is really very massive value to all the readers and it will be the only reason for the post to get popular with great authority. Selenium Training in Chennai
    Selenium Training in Chennai

    ReplyDelete
  4. The best thing is that your blog really informative thanks for your great information! I have got some important suggestions from it.
    Selenium Training in Chennai

    ReplyDelete
  5. Big Data technologies are successfully implemented in various industries, the infographic reflects the leading consumers: banks, telecom, retail, energy, medicine and urban infrastructure management. It is interesting that with all the variety of tasks, vendor solutions in the sphere of Big Data have not yet acquired a clearly expressed sectoral focus. The market is not just at the stage of active formation, but at the very beginning of this stage. –°lick for more info Active Wizards

    ReplyDelete
  6. I simply wanted to write down a quick word to say thanks to you for those wonderful tips and hints you are showing on this site.

    sas training in bangalore

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

A Few Examples of Ansoff Matrix

Here I give four examples of the commonly taught penetration, product development, market development, and diversification strategies.

Penetration:
When marketers try to sell the existing product to the existing customers, they engage in penetration strategy. It can be achieved in multiple ways. For example, by changing pricing, by adding minor features (new and improved!), changing the packaging (shampoo sachets), or highlighting alternative uses. In this commercial, we get to how Cadbury India is pushing for chocolates to be used as small gifts instead of more traditional sweets used during Diwali festival.


Product Development:
McDonald's introduced salads in their outlets in order to retain its existing customers, many of whom were becoming more health conscious.Salads are exactly opposite of what McDonald's is known for! However, regulatory pressures, changing consumer behavior, and negative media coverage forced them to introduce more healthy choices on the menu.


Market De…

Making a Systematic Business Case for Marketing Analytics

Business analytics is a hugely popular area these days. I started working in this field in 2005 back in India at MeritTrac. Even that time in Bangalore every other person I used to meet was working in the analytics business. India has many business analytics outsourcing firms and is expected to lead the global analytics services business by 2015 with 70% market share [PDF].

Due to the "big data," (huge amounts of data that are piling up at unprecedented speeds) and issues related to law, privacy, and trade secrets, large corporations prefer to set up in-house analytics divisions. They can be at the enterprise level or at the SBU levels. In either case, the cost of implementation can run in millions. The two main direct costs relate to the IT systems (hardware as well as software) and the human resources. Vendors such as IBM, SAS, and Oracle are major players in the analytics IT systems market and their systems are costly due to the scale of the client companies' operati…