BDA in the Enterprise: SQL Still Rules—but What Is the Impact on Privacy?

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This Stratecast report briefly explores why NoSQL databases came into existence in the first place; the pros and cons of these databases compared to relational DBs; how each of the two DB types is evolving to be more like the other; and how this has led to the development of SQL-based systems that can query all types of data. It then discusses two totally separate types of solutions to the privacy concerns that these new querying capabilities raise; and where SQL, and privacy, are headed.

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BDA in the Enterprise: SQL Still Rules—but What Is the Impact on Privacy?BDA 4-10Executive SummaryIntroductionRDBs Ruled when All Data Was Structured; NoSQL DBs Meet New NeedsSQL-based Innovations that Can Manage Relational and NoSQL DBsSQL Still Rules - and That Raises Privacy IssuesTechnology and "Data User Behavior" Offer Potential Privacy ProtectionsConclusion: "Trust Technology, but have Humans Verify"Stratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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