Big Data programs must be planned and customized to meet specific business expectations.
If big Data and analytic programs are to be successful, organizations need to plan ahead and get support from C-level executives.
Successful Big Data initiatives will need to be speedy and contextual for organizations to experience success.
Federal agencies are investing in Big Data and cloud computing technologies to improve their long-term decision-making capabilities.
If companies want to succeed in the Big Data arms race, they need to learn how to effectively wield information.
The proliferation of cloud services is driving the need to leverage real-time Big Data analytics solutions.
Predictive analytic strategies are moving to cloud computing environments to improve efficiency.
Businesses across industries are realizing the benefits associated with using predictive analytics.
Companies need the ability to turn raw data into actionable information in real time if they want to remain competitive.
Big Data projects can deliver quick turnaround if decision-makers plan the initiatives ahead of time.
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