The Local Merchant – Observing Big Data – Kentico’s Bart Omlo

Compare the Cloud interviews Bart Omlo, head of sales for Kentico. Bart talks about how Kentico provides software for online marketing, web content management and eCommerce.

What does Big Data mean?

Big Data is the phrase referring to a large volume of data, structured and unstructured. As this data is so large it is difficult to process through a typical database and needs to be analysed computationally to reveal trends and associations.

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Find out more about Kentico here: https://www.kentico.com/

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