To many, the future of big data remains relatively abstract - many are taking the discussion on cloud computing hosting on a day-by-day basis instead of the long term, but the work of a few forward-thinking minds is changing all of this.
In the past, organizations used to purchase single or multiple servers for each application. This would often result in low utilization rates, as the systems would usually sit idle when they were not being used.
Even though the total number of data centers in the United States has been declining since the economic crisis first impacted the private sector in 2008 and 2009, the capacity within these environments has steadily been on the rise.
Though there's no substitute for intuition in a creative industry, but big data certainly has its place in steering young designers and major fashion houses alike in the right direction for their...