Feb
21
2019

Mastering Data Requires Attention to Detail

BY Destination CRM

Originally published on the destination CRM blog.

Mar
05
2016

Data By The Book

BY Mind Over Machines
5 minute read

Big data, with all of its vastness and mystery – and confusion - is actually a remarkably straightforward concept: store everything for later analysis. Because once it’s gone, you can’t get it back. The end.

Ok…so there’s more to the big data story. And while the term big data is both...

Dec
09
2015

Mashing, Mixing and Maximizing Data

BY Mind Over Machines
3 minute read

Data is a game changer. 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day – and the data comes in all shapes and sizes.  Long gone is the notion that data is just for reporting, or collecting. Mix some innovative understanding of data with some good old-fashioned diligence, and...

Oct
01
2015

Mining for Gold in Your Data

BY Mind Over Machines
3 minute read

Infotech research giant Gartner defines data mining as the process of discovering meaningful correlations, patterns and trends by sifting through large amounts of data stored in repositories. In short: “There’s gold in them hills!”

Aug
05
2015

What’s the Big Deal About Big Data?

BY Mind Over Machines
2 minute read

Big data is big business. Trillions of bytes of information are generated everyday by businesses large and small. And right in the middle of the big data picture are consumers as they browse, shop, share and communicate both online and offline.

Oct
03
2012

Take a Little Bite Out of Big Data

BY Mind Over Machines
6 minute read

Everyone’s talking about Big Data. (And I mean everyone.) People want it, need it, think they need it, aren’t sure if they need it and, in some cases, already have it and aren’t sure what to do with it. Let’s break down Big Data and gain a little more perspective around the...

May
10
2012

A Symphony of Big Data

BY Mind Over Machines
7 minute read

Imagine what a symphony and big data have in common. Forget, for a moment, about attending the symphony or using a data management system—and imagine being the creator, or the architect. To compose a symphony, there must be an overarching understanding of how the entire orchestra...

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