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  • What is Big Data?

    Big data is the most important trend in information usage for both business and IT in the past decade. It is changing the way companies make decisions, do business, succeed or fail. Using information and insights intelligently to anticipate and profit from change. It is causing IT to look beyond traditional technologies, to new tools to process larger data volumes of a variety of types faster than ever before required.

    Much of the focus on big data has missed one key point: big or small, it’s still data. It must be managed and integrated across the entire enterprise to extract its full value, to ensure its consistent use. Taming big data is the key to gaining that value.

    • Big Data represents a digital treasure trove to help companies from healthcare to finance create new products and services—and even spawn entirely new businesses—through analytics.
    • Companies amass vast amounts of information—Big Data—every day, and those willing to unveil this important but underused asset stand to gain the greatest value, profits and opportunities.
    • US demand for information services is expected to exceed $600 billion by 2015.
    • As data-driven insights become an increasingly critical competitive differentiator, companies will use predictive analytics and data mining to optimize business decisions.
    • But using information to increase growth requires a thorough understanding of the raw data the organization has and knowing which tier of information value they should aspire to provide.

    What we serve as part of Cloud Services:
    a) Cloud Solutions
    b) Cloud Applications and Platforms
    c) Cloud Infrastructure
    d) Cloud Strategy
    e) Software as a Service (SaaS) Implementation
    • Help develop a strategy and roadmap for integrating cloud technologies in your IT environment, assessing both benefits and risks.
    • Help plan, implement and manage a third-party SaaS solution to maximize speed to value and business functionality.
    • Design, build, or re-platform applications in the cloud, reducing total cost of ownership.
    • Build, integrate and manage private, public or hybrid cloud infrastructures to support an agile business.


    Big data comes in very fast through various sources such as online systems, sensors, social media, web clickstream capture, and other channels


    Big data is comprised of all types of data – structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data


    Big data may involve terabytes to petabytes (and beyond) of data


    Big data involves complexity that manifests in geographical and multi-data center data distribution, cloud interaction, and more