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IoT Projects: Who Pays For All That Stuff?

IoT Projects: Who Pays For All That Stuff?

IoT projects can cost a bundle. Who pays for the infrastructure and

Hot IoT Jobs for 2017

Hot IoT Jobs for 2017

In-demand skills for the IoT include machine learning, data integration, and network

How the IoT Speeds Forklift Maintenance

How the IoT Speeds Forklift Maintenance

Predictive maintenance for lead-acid batteries in forklifts resulted in higher uptime, extended battery life, and reduced

Too Much Stuff: On the Need for IoT Intelligence

Too Much Stuff: On the Need for IoT Intelligence

“A house is just a place to keep your stuff until you go out and get more stuff.” -George

Industry Insights

How a Real-Time Delivery App Was Built in a Month

How a Real-Time Delivery App Was Built in a Month

How does a company make certain packages arrive on

Earthquake Early Warning System: There’s an App for That

Earthquake Early Warning System: There’s an App for That

A new app developed by UC Berkeley that uses smartphone sensors and an algorithm is reportedly just as good at predicting earthquakes as more …

Adidas Turns to Graph DB to Power E-commerce

Adidas Turns to Graph DB to Power E-commerce

To help eventually power e-commerce and product suggestions, Adidas turned to a Neo4j graph database to exploit data relationships through shared …

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Internet of Things

How the IoT Speeds Forklift Maintenance

How the IoT Speeds Forklift Maintenance

Predictive maintenance for lead-acid batteries in forklifts resulted in higher uptime, extended battery life, and reduced

Too Much Stuff: On the Need for IoT Intelligence

Too Much Stuff: On the Need for IoT Intelligence

“A house is just a place to keep your stuff until you go out and get more stuff.” -George

What’s the Connection Between IoT and DevOps?

What’s the Connection Between IoT and DevOps?

Updating software without updating firmware — or vice versa — could derail an entire IoT

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Big Data

Why the Move to In-Memory Technology?

Why the Move to In-Memory Technology?

A majority of business managers regard in-memory technologies as critical to analytics

How Storage Can Help Achieve Personalized Recommendations

How Storage Can Help Achieve Personalized Recommendations

How do you achieve real-time analytics while avoiding high costs for racks of storage arrays?

Big Data Hype vs. Hard Work

Big Data Hype vs. Hard Work

A study sponsored by SAS finds that the competitive edge of analytics is declining and companies are struggling to get ahead of the

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Analytics

Reverse Engineering the IoT

Reverse Engineering the IoT

“The statistic we see again and again is that the cloud is not a great place for real-time

How a Web Harvesting Tool Helped Health Insurance Enrollment

How a Web Harvesting Tool Helped Health Insurance Enrollment

How ehealth turned to a web harvesting tool from Connotate to help its call centers complete calls quickly by finding the right

Behavioral Analytics: Use Cases and Rapid Deployment

Behavioral Analytics: Use Cases and Rapid Deployment

Advanced behavioral analytics may not be so

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Technologies and Tactics

On Microservices and Event-Driven Architectures

On Microservices and Event-Driven Architectures

An overall enterprise architecture for real-time analytics is possible with the decoupling

Adidas Turns to Graph DB to Power E-commerce

Adidas Turns to Graph DB to Power E-commerce

To help eventually power e-commerce and product suggestions, Adidas turned to a Neo4j graph database to exploit data relationships through shared

Data Visualization: How a Futures Exchange Sees Clearly

Data Visualization: How a Futures Exchange Sees Clearly

The ability to monitor suspicious activity and price limits in real time is crucial for financial service industries. Here’s how Cleartrade Exchange used data visualization tools to solve the