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Is Big Data a Big Problem? Check out this article on HP Next

Gleaning value from Big Data has long been a challenge. Enterprises are storing massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, without a way to fully analyze and glean valuable insight and information.

 

Here's what Martin Risau, Senior Vice President, Analytics & Data Management, HP Enterprise Services has to say:

 

Risau2.jpg"Enterprises are drowning in data, and their ability to gain control of it and use it to their advantage depends on how quickly they can become data driven and agile.

 

HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services support clients’ efforts to modernize their business intelligence and analytics capabilities by offering:

  • Discovery environments that enable rapid, enterprise wide data sharing and the ability to collaborate on the resulting analytics;
  • Analytics solutions designed to help businesses run better; and
  • Hybrid data management services to provide production-grade data management and analytics.

Stop sitting on hidden treasures and start making the most of your data to catch the next wave of business innovation. Doing so is the difference between leading and lagging."

 

Read more of this informative post over on HP Next.

 

About HP Next

HP Next is the online home for updates on HP’s turnaround, it's where you’ll hear from senior executives and subject matter experts, addressing the issues that are on your mind. You’ll see that HP Next is built around topic areas that will help drive our turnaround – people, products, performance and impact – the elements that have always made HP great.

 

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