How to free up your IT budget with InfoArchive

Date: 31/07/2019

By Chris Tolhurst, Practice Lead, Cornerstone Performance Management

Organisations are faced with stricter regulations and data compliance policies requiring companies to preserve data for longer. Often our clients have strategic initiatives to lower the cost of IT whilst balancing the need to retain more data and having a mix of structured and unstructured data (and terabytes of it).

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Do Businesses Need to Think Beyond Traditional Data Warehousing?

Date: 24/11/2017

By Dmitri Tverdomed

Traditional data warehousing has several drawbacks than can prevent businesses from getting true value out of ever growing data sets - are data lakes the solution?

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Big data to smart data : How to structure your analysis

Date: 09/03/2017

By Pankit Dhawan

Big data is often seen as the enabler of achieving continual competitive advantage. But the challenge often faced is creating an everlasting framework to truly unlock the power of big data that can continually drive strategic initiatives with confidence. So, here are some steps on how to go about this and a general set of guidelines for you to tweak with your knowledge and industry experience to make them your own.

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Energizing PaaS through IBM Bluemix

Date: 24/02/2017

By Richa Bhatia

The space in the cloud computing area is more competitive than ever. Big technology players are investing millions of dollars to gain a bigger share in the market. With players like Amazon, Salesforce, Google, and Microsoft making significant achievements in the race for supremacy in the cloud space, IBM has upped the ante with IBM Bluemix as a Cloud-Foundry based PaaS (Platform as a Service). In this article, I will examine the key differentiators that make Bluemix an ideal solution to develop applications easily and rapidly.

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Google's Big Data

Date: 18/08/2015

By Hamish Dwight

I like a challenge, ever since Dad threw down the cricket ball in the back yard I’ve been busting a gut to come first. This flowed through to school where even in the classroom I couldn’t bear to lose to little Johnny on the math’s tests, of course leading to multiple melt downs when the inevitable happened and my aptitude wasn’t quite up to my expectations.

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