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Data rEvolution By Paul Gustafson, Sidney Shek
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Data has become a factor of production, like labor and steel, and is driving a new data-centered economy. The Data rEvolution is about data volume, variety, velocity and value. It is about new ways... More > to organize and manage data for rapid processing using tools like Hadoop and MapReduce. It is about the explosion of new tools for “connecting the dots” and increasing knowledge, including link analysis, temporal analysis and predictive analytics. It is about a vision of “analytics for everyone” that puts sophisticated statistics into the hands of all. And, it is about using visual analytics to parse the data and literally see new relationships and insights on the fly. As the data and tools become democratized, we will see a new world of experimentation and creative problem-solving, where data comes from both inside and outside the organization. Your own data is not enough. This report is a must-read for IT and business leaders who want to maximize the value of data for their organization.< Less
M2M: The Wireless Revolution By Jim Brazell et al.
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This study details emerging M2M technologies, markets and industries, and examines related workforce and curriculum needs. What is M2M? M2M is an acronym for the term "Machine-to-Machine"... More > and the birth of a 4th generation of computing. M2M is a category of information and communication technology that combines communications, computer, and power technologies to enable remote human and machine interaction with physical, chemical, and biological systems and processes. M2M represents a new kind of application for computing where data are transmitted to and from physical and biological environments (Krishnamurthy, Laksham, 2003). In many ways, M2M represents a "Wireless Revolution", as all things are increasingly connected to the network via wireless telemetry. Analysts are optimistic that a spectrum of promising markets and opportunities abound with an established $100 billion market in 2005.< Less