Tag: BigData

Data Science – Observing Big Data – QuantSpark’s Adam Hadley

Compare the Cloud interviews Adam Hadley from QuantSpark. Adam talks about how QuantSpark is aiming to disrupt the consulting industry. What does Big Data mean? Big...

Is Big Data the Key to Curing the NHS?

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NVM Private Equity Provides Development Capital Investment for Big Data Analytics Business Hello Soda

NVM Private Equity (NVM) has invested £4 million in Manchester based Hello Soda, a global text and big data analytics business. Having achieved exceptional sales growth...

Cloud Expo Asia interview with Kaustubh Patwardhan from Ashnik

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Sharing Analytics Across the Enterprise Leads to Smarter Business

More and more companies are finding their way to the establishment of an analytics practice that analyses data quicker, better, and faster across the...

FatPipe Introduces the First Enterprise Multi-function VNF Solution

  New integrated VNF/SD-WAN solution allows enterprises to virtually deploy more network functions SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Oct. 10, 2017 – FatPipe® Networks, the inventor and...


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