The psychobabble around the term Blockchain has people believing that it will revolutionize the way systems, companies, and even the internet will work. It is touted as the next big thing with almost Quixotic expectations. Popularized by Bitcoins – many technology and finance companies are now evaluating where they canRead More
The millennial’s life revolve around the data and the sources of data have been spreading across the world like a forest fire. From your retailer to your banker everybody knows your behavioral pattern by following the crumbs of your data, it may be your social media posts, or your transactionalRead More
A food critic, a traveler or an adrenaline junkie would never limit themselves at a single cuisine. Food is not something to be compared as a day-to-day habit. It is a culture and a depiction of the place where you are from. If you want to involve with a differentRead More
As he is the chief creative officer of Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios and DisneyToon Studios doesn’t mean that he is the most imaginative person. Ya I am talking about the great animator and the director of Toy Story series, John Lasseter.
In our 4th series of Big Data
Have you climbed the biggest data infrastructure tree and met with the analytics delegates in our previous posts? As this is a series blog, if you are reading from here you may probably get lost on the cross-roads. This is our third post and third time is always lucky, believeRead More
It’s good to have a single chapter but, it is always better to have a continuous series. Right?! I can relate to your feelings of getting to know on our next move. You peeked into Analytics General Sherman- Infrastructure on previous post and you are going to interact with 16Read More
Did you watch the jungle book movie??? I mean not the new fantasy adventure but the old funny “George of the jungle”. I just love Brendan Fraser in that movie, nobody could’ve done justice to that role except him but I too like the narrator who keeps on making theRead More
Me being a toddler:
I am BigQuery. My genesis is from Google. I am a cloud-based service that combines a NoSQL-style data store with “SQL-like” querying capabilities.
My mom said, before I was born, querying massive datasets was a hurdle without proper hardware and infrastructure. But now I solve this problem byRead More
It’s good to have a health tracking wearables stalking your heart-rate or fitness but what happens if your most sensitive health data falls into the wrong hands. Will you be happy if your most horrid selfie ends up in the dark side of internet or your money has been stolenRead More
– Sarath Chandran and Ashwin B
In one of our recent projects we were building an enterprise cloud based digital document management and collaboration solution for one of our clients. This application needed to have the ability to upload large documents with its associated thumbnails, and extracted OCR text for searchingRead More
Staring at the nifty gadget coiled around his wrist, Karthik looks past the workout features of his so-called IOT device – it counts the calories burned, and rings showing how often he has stood up to take a break from sitting, how many minutes of brisk activity completed; his goal?Read More
The very first time when I watched Harry potter’s Chamber of secrets I was like awe and then due to the curiosity I jumped to the next part skipping the first part and gradually my watch list was not in order, it was more of a random pick. But onceRead More
It feels like a Global Warming. The traditional Business Analytics icebergs are melting and Data Analytics Ocean is getting much bigger day by day. But the difference is, the first said comparison is really dangerous to our earth and the latter one is the best thing happened in the industry.
What Replication is:
Replication is the process of synchronizing data across multiple servers. Replication provides redundancy and increases data availability with multiple copies of data on different database servers, replication protects a database from the loss of a single server. Replication also allows you to recover from hardware failure and serviceRead More
Recently, we had to develop a software ecosystem which would acquire data (structured and unstructured) from many different sources and propagate them to a consolidated data platform – in real time. The system had to achieve the following objective, using open source technologies:
• Access large number of different categories of
US Healthcare Industry Blog Series Part 1: Challenges
This blog posts discusses the challenges facing the US the healthcare industry and some of the trends that are emerging as the Government and Corporations prepare to address these challenges.
The Healthcare industry is in an unprecedented state of flux. Key systemic issues thatRead More
Following up on our previous article that touched upon data analysis to reduce churn in Telecom, this article focuses on analytics approaches for demand generation in marketing.
Producing quality leads has always been a challenge and according to the 2015 State of Marketing survey, “Quality of leads among pressing business challenges.”Read More
Making Plan Administrators’ Lives Easier and Enhancing Customer Engagement through New Generation Technologies
Kodak was the Google of its day! In 1976 it had a monopoly in the film-based camera business, accounting for 90% of film and 85% of camera sales in America. However, times were changing and digital camera technology was around the corner. Unfortunately for Kodak, the company did not appreciate this threat to its film-based business and it failed to adapt accordingly. In spite of having a 10-year window of opportunity, Kodak lost its chance to secure a leading position in digital imaging, giving way to new players like Olympus, Canon and Fujitsu. This failure ultimately led to the downfall of Kodak’s 130 year old businessRead More
The term outsourcing takes on a new dimension when it comes to ‘off-shore’ outsourcing as opposed to near-shore or on-shore. One key question that needs to be asked right at the beginning of this exercise is “Should we do it ourselves by setting up a Captive Off-Shore Center or ‘outsource’ it to a third party?
Like in all business scenarios, there is no one right answer, and is much easier for larger corporations (upwards to 200 member teams off-shore) to make than Small and Medium Enterprises.