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Seven Rules for Big Data Analytics Deployment
Date: 05/23/2017 Length: 9 pages Cost: $99.00

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The future of business intelligence (BI) for data-driven organizations will revolve around analytics using big data. Organizations that can use fine-grained information that either was not previously available or was not properly used will be prepared for new business models and the changing economy that data-driven strategies and culture empower. In contrast, organizations that only rely on "traditional" data sources such as the enterprise data warehouse or data marts will soon find themselves at a disadvantage to those that put insights based on big data into the hands of their business stakeholders. 

To successfully implement analytics and BI on big data, organizations need to understand the seven rules for big data analytics deployment.  Using these business and architectural guidelines, organizations can expand their big data environments from simply being "storage options" and avoid the risk of a "data swamp." EMA considers these seven rules essential to successful and effective projects using analytics on big data. 

John Myers, Former EMA Analyst


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