The Internet of Things (IoT), which brings together linked gadgets and intelligent technology, has the potential to completely alter how we live and work. As a result, many businesses are eager to develop their IoT-based products and bring innovative solutions to the market. However, developing a full-fledged IoT product can be time-consuming and costly. That's where the … [Read more...] about How to develop an IoT-based Minimum viable product(MVP)?
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Knowing what blockchain is and how it can contribute to solving some of the world's biggest challenges is one thing; knowing how to develop a blockchain strategy is another thing altogether. Meanwhile, understanding how to implement a blockchain strategy within your business is even more difficult. Blockchain, particularly when used in concert with emerging technologies such as … [Read more...] about How to Develop a Blockchain Strategy: A Blockchain Roadmap for Your Business
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This article is sponsored by CloudMoyo - Partner of choice for solutions at the intersection of Cloud & Analytics. For all kinds of organizations, whether large multi-national enterprises or small businesses, developing a big data strategy is a difficult and time-consuming exercise. In fact, big data projects can take up to 18 months to finish. While a few within an … [Read more...] about How to build a Successful Big Data Analytics Proof-of-Concept
Hold this thought: To paraphrase the great Bob Hoffman, just when you think that if the Big Data babblers were to generate one more ounce of bull**** the entire f****** solar system would explode, what do they do? Exceed expectations. I am a mild mannered person, but if there is one thing that irks me, it is when I hear variations on the theme of Data Warehousing is Big Data, … [Read more...] about Consider this: Big Data is not Data Warehousing