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Overcoming big data deployment, management challenges

Posted by Laura Hayes on May 6, 2015 2:43:00 PM

Big data is still among the hottest trends in corporate computing, but a wealth of companies do not have the time, resources or in-house talent to integrate it correctly. Not only will these solutions need to be properly set up, deployed and configured for use, they will also need continued maintenance, refinement and general optimization to continue fueling the insights that businesses need to function properly. 

"Leaders seek a new method of acquiring big data power."

Now, it is worth noting here that companies are going to experience increased challenges sustaining a powerful brand image and increasing their competitiveness over time without big data solutions in place. These tools help to drive intelligence within decision-making, and when all other competitors are using them to improve, the company that does not will tend to stand out in a fashion that is not preferable. This is why many leaders are looking for a new method of acquiring big data power. 

Falling in line
One of the biggest changes the cloud computing market has made to business is the increasing prevalence of as-a-Service procurement opportunities. Forbes recently reported that this type of idea has now made its way into the big data community and that, before long, it will become one of the more popular ways in which companies get the insights they need through intelligence solutions without footing a massive bill all at once. 

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According to the news provider, Big Data-as-a-Service still has some ground to cover to become a more highly demanded option, but it shows a wealth of potential given the fact that these types of procurement cycles are so preferred across industries and regions. They might also be especially advantageous for mid-sized enterprises and major corporations that do not have enough need to warrant the investment in continuously available resources. 

Next steps
Regardless of what a company's big data endeavors might be focused on, the use of outsourced services can have a positive impact on outcomes as time goes on. This is especially true for enterprises that do not have highly experienced and properly educated data scientists, as modern intelligence solutions can be tricky to get a handle on. 

Outsourced big data will allow the firm to rest assured that the technology itself and the processes being used to pull intelligence from it are being handled properly. 

Topics: Big Data