11 mars 2016

Business Intelligence vs Analytics vs Big Data vs Data Mining

The business technology landscape has been shifting so fast lately that if you turn your head for a moment and then turn back you may not recognize what you’re seeing. Advances in the markets for mobile software and cloud services just in the last few years have opened the way for an entirely new type of relationship between IT and business users. One result of this rapid change is that old boundaries between areas and practices are beginning to blur. Then there are the completely new categories no one had heard of even five years... [Lire la suite]

08 février 2016

Internet of Things- Threats and Thriving Analytics

Internet of things or internet of everything is a galaxy of digital devices forming a horizon by being connected to the internet. IoT ripples and driving forces are creating waves of opportunities and innovations along with risk and remedy challenges. IoT adopts an information ecosystem of electronic equipment, applications, systems and networks that are owned and operated by humans to enhance digital human life. Threats are undeniable facts that cause damage, destruction, disruption, danger and disaster in the field of information... [Lire la suite]
03 novembre 2015

A Peek Under the Hood of The Connected Car: What It Does & How It Applies to IoT Systems

While technology like the connected car has been hyped for years, the growth for all Internet of Things (IoT) applications across all sectors is growing exponentially. Gartner projects all of these connected things will grow from 4.9 billion in 2015 to 25 billion by 2020, and this includes cars. By looking at connected car functionality and architecture, we can get a better understanding of all IoT platforms. To simplify, there is a fairly consistent set of IoT components—sensors, mobile or device apps, big data stores, data... [Lire la suite]
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02 février 2015

Technologies to transform the world

 IHS analysts reveal their list of technologies they see that could transform the world in the next five year.   The Internet of Everything, cloud computing/big data, and 3D printing are the three technologies most likely to transform the world during the next five years, according to IHS Technology. Cloud computing/big data brings metamorphosis to computing and consumer markets The cloud has become a ubiquitous description for on-demand provisioning of data, storage, computing power and services that are touching... [Lire la suite]
26 janvier 2015

Microsoft to acquire Revolution Analytics to help customers find big data value with advanced statistical analysis

Microsoft has reached an agreement to acquire Revolution Analytics. Revolution Analytics is the leading commercial provider of software and services for R, the world’s most widely used programming language for statistical computing and predictive analytics. We are making this acquisition to help more companies use the power of R and data science to unlock big data insights with advanced analytics. Revolution Analytics provides an enterprise-class platform for the development and deployment of R-based analytic solutions that can scale... [Lire la suite]
06 décembre 2014

Embedded Analytics: Inside Apps, Inside Processes

Now is the age of information analytics. We have (very arguably) reached a point where the insight arising from data analytics can be applied to almost every aspect of a company, in every business vertical. What makes analytics embedded into the business processes possible today is that we are moving closer to the point where these technologies can be brought into play in real time (or near real time) - and this means that they can become part of a kind of ‘reactive ecosystem for operational intelligence' in the modern workplace. ... [Lire la suite]
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15 février 2014

Meet INI members at the MPV show !

INI Smes cluster is glad to announce its participation to the next edition of MPV - Marketing at Retail Show in Paris - Porte de Versailles (from April the 1st to 3rd 2014). INI members representative are Carlipa and Nexyad. INI is a groupment of high tech small and medium size companies support by MOV’EO Cluster. The main technological area of INI goes from sensors and transponders to mechanical actuators covering mechatronics, electronics and power electronics, computer science, signal processing, visual analytics and data... [Lire la suite]
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