Big Data and Analytics: Disruption and Adaptation

 

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This week’s SPIE briefly explores the ways in which individuals and organizations generally respond to disruptive technologies; then, explains why organizations will be both more challenged and more rewarded by adopting Big Data and analytic solutions than they have been by its precursors. Finally, the report explains why business-to-business (B2B) companies, such as those that sell information and communication technologies (ICT), may have a more difficult time adopting Big Data and analytic solutions than their business-to-consumer (B2C) counterparts, exemplified by consumer products companies.

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Big Data and Analytics: Disruption and AdaptationSPIE 2015 #7 - February 20/2015IntroductionIndividuals Adapt Easily and QuicklyOrganizations Resist Change and Adapt SlowlyWhy Big Data and Anlytics Can Be So Disruptive - and So UsefulDisruption in B2C and B2B MarketsPostponing the InevitableStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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