Your daily digest of “All Things Big Data” gathered, collected and researched by your very own 10Fold Big Data Practice team.
A look at the past and future of big data.
IT Pro Portal lists 2016 predictions.
Inward Point tracks the environmental effects of its organized events. Their big data approach is measuring the impact of the events from a social and environmental perspective.
McAfee Labs predicts some unfortunate theories about cyber-attacks for the next year. They believe that a new type of criminal is being created by combining warehousing and selling stolen data.
Big Data 2015-2016: A look back and a look ahead – Seeking Alpha
What does 2016 have in store for Big Data? – IT Pro Portal
Companies give ‘sustainability’ the ‘big data’ approach – CNBC
Attackers are building big data warehouse of stolen credentials and personally identifiable information – Power More Dell
Results from the Dresner Advisory Services’ Big Data Analytics Market Study show that the big data industry has talked up the importance of big dataExplorarium . However, customers still don’t plan to adopt it.
Report: Don’t believe the hype about Hadoop usage – Info World
An article that breaks down IoT in depth. It explains its potential of transforming “everything” and how it is used with consumers/businesses.
CRN posts their choice of the ten coolest IoT Startups of 2015.
IDC reveals their latest spending guide study that predicts that global IoT spending will climb more than 17% in the next four years. This means IoT could reach $1.3 Trillion in 2019.
Helpful tips to reduce the possible security exposure in one’s home from their connected devices.
What is IoT? Why it matters and what you should do! – Huffington Post Blog
The Ten Coolest IoT startups of 2015– CRN
IoT spending to top $1.3 trillion by 2019, says IDC – ZD Net
Internet of things spending forecast to reach nearly $1.3 trillion in 2019 led by widespread Initiatives and outlays across Asia/Pacific – Business Wire
The hidden risks of bringing the Internet of Things into your home– Mashable
Post Black Friday sales results are proving that international sales are starting to increase. This means that US retailers might be missing a large revenue opportunity by not having international options for their ecommerce business.
November Holiday ecommerce sales go international – Practical Ecommerce
33pc of consumers have made a cross-border ecommerce purchase report – Luxury daily
With the holiday seasons here, businesses should be stepping up their personalization game with three simple steps; get the right tools when onboarding integrated solutions that mange the entire life cycle of work, develop a road map that can grow and evolve as your team and work processes do, and find an expert that can help configure the system to suite each user’s job and foster internal champions.
Three quick tips for crushing personalization and achieving brand love – Marketing Profs