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01 Oct

How do the big players create added value these days?

I remember a while ago that Larry Page took great pride in the way Google put forth a new business paradigm – don’t just go 10% beyond, go the whole mile.
Back in those days (I think it must have been 2003 or something), Gmail came up with 10 Gb of free storage as opposed to Yahoo!’s mere 100 Mb. Some of my friends back then were a bit reticent about switching to Gmail, saying that this is just a trick to win them over, and that Google will soon make them pay for the service or have them downsize to something similar to Yahoo! .

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25 Apr

Business Process Management heads toward new directions

Technology worldwide shows new horizons this year, causing firms to change how they work. Four key directions that will continue to make an impact in 2015 are listed below.

Big data

Big data is a complex set of information that is far too large to be handled on the likes of a standard database. It is being used in a variety of industries to target customers better, deal with the likes of risk management and making complicated predictions surrounding big business decisions.

This is particularly useful in financial services, where big data has become very prevalent. By making use of the insights and predictions that the data can throw up, employees of firms can make decisions that are based on risks, such as whether or not someone is credit worthy, and if a decision is likely to have a negative impact on the company.

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11 Apr

6 Trends in Database Management

Concepts in database management hardly fall in the category of come-and-go, as the cost of shifting between technical approaches overwhelms producers, managers, and designers. However, there are several trends in database management, and knowing how to take advantage of them will benefit your organization. Following are the some of the current trends:

1. Databases that bridge SQL/NoSQL

The latest trends in database products are those that don’t simply embrace a single database structure. Instead, the databases bridge SQL and NoSQL, giving users the best capabilities offered by both. This includes products that allow users to access a NoSQL database in the same way as a relational database, for example.

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15 Mar
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