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Natick, MA (PRWEB) June 18, 2015

Internet of Things (IoT) services revenue is expected to rise from $ 9.1 billion worldwide in 2014 to $ 78.2 billion in 2020, a compound annual growth rate of 43.2%, according to VDC Research (click here for more info). Such rapid growth of IoT services is enabled by the increase in cumulative installed base of Internet-connected devices—including those retrofitted with connectivity via gateways.

IoT-specific services include connectivity, device monitoring and control, data collection and storage, and data analytics. These services are provided by a wide variety of vendors who offer horizontal infrastructure and platforms, and/or vertical market expertise. Industrial automation is currently the largest market for IoT services, but automotive/transportation and medical/healthcare are the fastest growing sectors.

“Major companies from many technology fields are jockeying fiercely for early market positions because they see IoT services both as a growing, long-term source of direct revenues and as a pathway to incremental sales of their full ranges of products,” notes Steve Hoffenberg, Director of IoT & Embedded Technology at VDC Research. “IoT services enable vendors to keep a foot in the door of their customers.”

About VDC Research

VDC Research is a leading technology market analyst firm covering the connected world, focusing on embedded devices and enterprise mobility. Founded in 1971, the firm provides critical market intelligence to the world’s leading technology vendors, who rely on its analysts for the data, ideas, and insights they need to make impactful strategic decisions with confidence.

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Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) April 15, 2015

CivicScience, the provider of the InsightStore™ enterprise platform for intelligent polling and real-time consumer insights, today announced a new market research giveaway program for eligible U.S.-focused non-profit organizations to give them an opportunity to inform or validate their marketing strategies.

Each calendar quarter starting in July 2015, a submitting organization will be chosen by the CivicScience team to receive three months of access to the InsightStore’s vast repository of consumer polling information as well as several custom research questions to gather insights specific to their organization.

The first call for submissions is now open through June 15, 2015. Interested organizations can learn more about the program and enter at:

Examples of research areas that non-profits could explore with CivicScience’s public-opinion gathering capabilities include: sentiment around a cause or mission statement; brand awareness or sentiment; including re-branding decisions; advertising campaign reaction; social media campaign sentiment; awareness and opinion about major events or fundraising programs; or other areas that are promotional in nature.

“Many of us at CivicScience volunteer or even sit on the boards of non-profit organizations, so we know what a luxury it would be to have budget available for rigorous, credible research work. But the reality is that funds are often not available for this type of needed intelligence,” said Jennifer Sikora, vice president of marketing at CivicScience. “We want to give these hard-working and mission-oriented organizations the chance to benefit from the rich and current insights we can mine from the general public using our proven methodology.”

About CivicScience

CivicScience, Inc. provides the leading intelligent polling and real-time insights platform, the InsightStore™. Its proprietary platform powers the world’s opinions and quickly gets that data to the decision makers who care. Every day, CivicScience polls ask millions of people questions related to thousands of topics, while its powerful data science and big data technology analyzes current consumer opinions, discovers trends, and accurately predicts future behaviors and market outcomes. CivicScience polls run on hundreds of premier websites, in addition to its public polling site at CivicScience’s InsightStore™ is used by leading enterprises in consumer brands, media, marketing research, advertising, financial services, and more.

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(PRWEB) October 22, 2014

Big Data and predictive analytics solutions are expected to optimise the value of data in the financial services sector. Banks, investment entities, insurers and other service providers are learning how to leverage the value of data and achieve a competitive edge, keep costs to a minimum, transform challenges to opportunities, and minimise risks on a real-time basis.

Big Data technologies and associated business intelligence (BI) solutions equip financial services companies with the capability of capturing and analysing data, building predictive models, back-testing and simulating scenarios. By means of iteration, companies will likely determine the most essential variables as well as major predictive models. There is an enormous opportunity for financial service firms to employ novel data sets and new algorithms to optimise cash management, currency processing, and capital allocation. The financial implications make themselves felt in enhanced capital movements and profitability for a slew of firms in the ecosystem.

New research report “Big Data in Financial Services Industry: Market Trends, Challenges, and Prospects 2014 – 2019” elaborated by Mind Commerce Publishing is now available at

Report Details:

Title: Big Data in Financial Services Industry: Market Trends, Challenges, and Prospects 2014 – 2019

Published: October, 2013

Pages: 93

Price: US$ 1,995.00

The market research study provides a comprehensive, unbiased assessment of Big Data prospects and opportunities within the financial services universe. It examines Big Data’s anticipated impact on the financial services sector, looks at Big Data companies’ financial management solutions alongside their influence, gives details of the Big Data financial management models as well as their applications, casts light on the benefits to the financial services industry in the short to long run, and also discusses the major challenges which the financial services industry is facing with Big Data.

Companies discussed include: 1010data, Actian, 10gen, Alteryx, Amazon, Attivio, Capgemini,BMC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Cisco Systems, CSC, Dell, Cloudera, EMC, Fusion-io, GoodData, Google, Guavus, Hitachi, HP, IBM, Informatica, Intel, MarkLogic, Microsoft, Mu Sigma, NetApp, Oracle, ParAccel, Opera Solutions, QlikTech, SAP, Splunk, SGI, Teradata, Tibco Software, and Vmware.

Report Benefits:

Detailed forecast figures for Big Data in the financial services sector through to 2019-end.
Essential information on the leading firms and solutions for the financial industry.
Deep analysis of the role and significance of Big Data in the financial services universe.
Insights into the future prospects for Big Data in financial services industry.
Review of the initial and on-going implementation areas for Big Data and analytics.

More new studies by the publisher can be found at Mind Commerce page.

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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

TDWI Research announced the release of its newest Best Practices Report, Hadoop for the Enterprise: Making Data Management Massively Scalable, Agile, Feature-Rich, and Cost-Effective. This original, survey-based research focuses on helping business users understand the many new products, technologies, and best practices that have emerged. It also helps readers map newly available options to real-world use cases, with a focus on mainstream enterprise uses while respecting tried-and-true IT practices and delivering maximum business value.

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“Hadoop proved its worth as a highly scalable data platform for reporting and analytics in Internet firms and other digital organizations,” notes Philip Russom, author of the report. In today’s enterprises, he points out, Hadoop must prove its worth by satisfying stringent requirements that IT and business users demand, including handling exploding data volumes and getting BI value from non-structured data, among other drivers.

The report examines how Hadoop adoption is accelerating, and predicts that by 2016, 60 percent of respondents will have Hadoop in production, which it calls a “giant step forward” in Hadoop use.

Russom introduces readers to the variety of Hadoop drivers, including how Hadoop extends the life of other platforms while wringing value from big data. User stories illustrate Hadoop’s benefits, including enabling modern data archive practices, and how Hadoop and other platforms can coexist in modern hybrid data architectures. Real-world users explain why Hadoop is important in their environments.

Report Highlights

This comprehensive report discusses:

    Use of Hadoop, from extending data warehouses and managing data archives to enhancing data exploration and discovery
    Hadoop’s benefits (including data scalability and advanced analytics) and barriers (such as security concerns and a lack of skilled staff)
    How ownership of Hadoop is increasingly in the hands of central IT
    Job titles of those working with Hadoop, plus the multiple staffing strategies enterprises are combining to support the technology
    The types of tools available for Hadoop development
    Best practices for addressing Hadoop security, data quality, and data architecture issues
    Technical issues, such as a close examination of HDFS clusters and nodes
    Using YARN to make Hadoop enterprise grade

Russom explores modern trends in Hadoop implementations, as well as the top 10 priorities for making Hadoop enterprise grade, including comments about why these priorities are important.

This research was sponsored by Actian Corporation, Cloudera, EXASOL, IBM, MapR Technologies, MarkLogic, Pentaho, SAS, Talend, and Trillium Software.

About the Author

Philip Russom is a well-known figure in data warehousing and business intelligence, having published more than 500 research reports, magazine articles, opinion columns, speeches, Webinars, and more. Today, he’s the TDWI Research director for data management, where he oversees many of the company’s research-oriented publications, services, and events. Before joining TDWI in 2005, Russom was an industry analyst covering BI at Forrester Research and Giga Information Group. He also ran his own business as an independent industry analyst and BI consultant and was a contributing editor with leading IT magazines. Before that, Russom worked in technical and marketing positions for various database vendors. You can reach him at @prussom on Twitter and on LinkedIn at

About TDWI

For 20 years, TDWI has provided individuals and teams with a comprehensive portfolio of business and technical education and research about all things data. The in-depth, best-practices-based knowledge TDWI offers can be quickly applied to develop world-class talent across your organization’s business and IT functions to enhance analytical, data-driven decision making and performance. TDWI advances the art and science of realizing business value from data by providing an objective forum where industry experts, solution providers, and practitioners can explore and enhance data competencies, practices, and technologies. TDWI offers five major conferences as well as topical seminars, onsite education, membership, certification, live Webinars, resourceful publications, industry news, and in-depth research. See or follow us on Twitter @TDWI.

About 1105 Media

1105 Media, Inc., is a leading provider of integrated information and media in targeted business-to-business markets, including specialized sectors of the information technology community; industrial health, safety, and compliance; security; environmental protection; and home healthcare. 1105’s offerings span print and online magazines, journals, and newsletters; seminars, conferences, and trade shows; training courseware; and Web-based services. 1105 Media is based in Chatsworth, CA, with offices throughout the United States.


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Boulder, CO. (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), a leading IT and data management research and consulting firm, and 9sight Consulting, a provider of strategic consulting and thought leadership to buyers and vendors of business intelligence (BI) and big data solutions, today released their annual big data research report entitled, “Insights Across the Hybrid Enterprise: Big Data 2015.” Based on research criteria defined by John L. Myers, managing research director of EMA, and Dr. Barry Devlin, founder and principal of 9sight Consulting, this new report leverages feedback from 351 business and technology stakeholders worldwide.

“This year’s survey includes data on over 1,000 projects, detailing how organizations are implementing their big data strategies,” said Myers. “These organizations continue to prove the concepts and components of EMA’s Hybrid Data Ecosystem, a blueprint for next generation data management environments.”

The research explores the wide range of ways in which non-traditional data, often in combination with more traditional types, has enabled new or improved business processes. As was established in previous surveys in 2012 and 2013 and again in 2014, big data offers a wide range of possibilities, but the name “big data” itself keeps media and industry eyes focused on size as the defining feature.

There is an evolving market, however, in which size is not everything, and speed, in all its aspects, has grown in importance for respondents. Furthermore, respondents continue to include a wide range of data structures, from highly irregular to strongly modeled, within the scope of their projects. This refocusing of implementers’ attention on speed and structure reduces overall growth in big data by some measures and requires EMA/9sight to explore how consideration of speed and structure are changing market dynamics. The 2014 survey also included investigations into the highly visible topics of data-driven culture, the Internet of Things (IoT), and data lake architecture.

Some of the key findings from this new report include:

Growing Number of Projects – In 2014, almost two thirds of organizations had three or more big data projects, and more than 20% reported five or more projects in progress.
IoT Importance – Nearly 50% of respondents indicated that the Internet of Things was currently adopted and an important or essential part of their business.
Big Data Is a Maturing Strategy – Over 55% said that a big data strategy was Adopted and Essential or Adopted and Important in their organizational strategies
Data-Driven Is Driving Organizations – Almost 63% of respondents included data-driven strategies in their organization at a significant level.
Speed Is Driving Competition – Speed of processing response was the most frequently indicated use case by respondents at nearly 20%.

“Big data implementations have matured significantly over the three years of this survey, but the most striking aspect this year has been the emphasis on the Internet of Things, which is shifting business focus from marketing to operational issues,” said Devlin.

The complete “Insights Across the Hybrid Enterprise: Big Data 2015” research report is available online.

The “Big Data in Action: Insights Across the Hybrid Enterprise” on-demand webinar, highlighting key research findings, is available online.

About EMA

Founded in 1996, EMA is a leading industry analyst firm that provides deep insight across the full spectrum of IT and data management technologies. EMA analysts leverage a unique combination of practical experience, insight into industry best practices, and in-depth knowledge of current and planned vendor solutions to help their clients achieve their goals. Learn more about EMA research, analysis, and consulting services for enterprise line of business users, IT professionals, and IT vendors at or

About 9sight Consulting

Dr. Barry Devlin is founder and principal of 9sight Consulting ( Barry is among the foremost authorities on business insight and one of the founders of data warehousing, having published the first architectural paper on the topic in 1988. With over 30 years of IT experience, he is a widely respected analyst, consultant, lecturer, and author of the seminal books, “Data Warehouse—From Architecture to Implementation” and “Business unIntelligence—Insight and Innovation Beyond Analytics and Big Data,” as well as numerous white papers.

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Portland, OR (PRWEB UK) 27 May 2014

According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled “Hadoop Market (Hardware, Software, Services and HaaS, End Use Application, and Geography) – Industry Growth Trends and Forecasts Through 2020,” the global hadoop market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 58.2% between 2013 and 2020. The market revenue was estimated to be $ 2.0 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow to $ 50.2 billion by 2020. Increase in demand for big data analytics is the major driver for this market.

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Huge expansion in raw structured and unstructured data and increasing demand for Big Data analytics act as the major driving factors for global Hadoop market as it provides cost effective and faster data processing of Big Data analytics over conventional data analysis tools such as Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). Presently, distributed computing and Hadoop platform security issues are hindering the growth of this market. However, with continuous technological growth these issues can be addressed. Moreover, gradual lowering operating costs to provide data management solutions will add to the growth of this market.

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Hadoop market, on the basis of type, is segmented into software, hardware and services market. Currently, services market is dominating with a market share of about 50% of the global Hadoop market due to growing necessity of data analysis in various organizations. Hadoop services market is further segmented into consulting, training and outsourcing, integration and deployment, and middleware & support services. Consulting and training & outsourcing segment together accounted for maximum revenue in 2013, whereas, integration and deployment services is the fastest growing services market during the forecast period due to increasing investment in big data analytics and necessity of real time operations.

Hadoop software market is projected to have the highest growth rate in the overall global Hadoop market. The increasing venture capital investments lead to addition in number of Hadoop distributors, which is the major reason for growth of Hadoop software market. Hadoop software market is further segmented as application software, management software, packaged software and performance monitoring software markets. In 2013, application software had generated the highest revenue of the overall global Hadoop software market. The main reason for this is the use of application software by developers to build applications for data analysis. Hadoop packaged software market is expect to grow at a CAGR of 62.9% during the forecast period. One of the reasons being, leading organizations such as MapR Technologies, Hortonworks and Cloudera majorly deal in Hadoop packaged software solutions. Also, Hadoop packaged software provides easier deployment of Hadoop clusters. Thus, Hadoop projects such as MapReduce, Sqoop, Hive and

others can be smoothly integrated.

Hadoop Hardware Market is segmented as servers, storage, and network equipment markets. In 2013, storage market was leading segment in Hadoop hardware market in terms of revenue, primarily due to social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, which add up terabytes of data each day. Hadoop servers market is expected to have a CAGR of 60.1% during 2013-2020, taking into consideration the volume and velocity at which raw data is expanding.

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Cloud computing services market

Cloud Computing is the practice of sharing a network of remote servers which are hosted on the Internet to store, process, and manage data rather than on a local server or a personal computer. It specifically refers to a common storage space through which all the devices in the network can access data simultaneously. The use of Cloud computing technology not only gives cost benefits but also makes applications accessible to all devices in the network at any time and from any location.

Long term evolution LTE market

4G LTE is the latest technology in the mobile broadband market. LTE can provide a data speed of up to 30 Mbps and LTE Advance can even provide a speed of 100 Mbps. LTE market is at a developing stage and is the market revenue is expected to soar as high as $ 997 billion by 2020, with a projected CAGR of 58.2% during 2013-2020.

Internet security market –

Internet plays a significant role in globalization as it helps easy connectivity across the globe. The global internet security market provides cyber security for various organizations by implementing technologies, products & services. However, the magnitude of cyber crime has grown beyond control due to unethical hacking, which is causing increased security threats globally.

Hadoop technology is currently being implemented the most in government sectors, IT and ITES, and banking, finance and insurance services. Currently, government sector is the largest revenue generating sector in Hadoop end-user application market. However, by 2020, BFSI would supersede government sector and would be the highest revenue-generating segment in the overall Hadoop end user application market. Increasing venture capital funding and rising demand for real time operations in Big Data analytics also contributes to the growth of Hadoop market.

Geographical analysis of the market revealed that North America is, and would continue to be the leading revenue generating regional market by 2020. The growth is mainly due to the presence of large number of Hadoop distribution companies & enterprises in the region, and wide adoption of Hadoop technology in North America. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing regional market at a CAGR at 59.2% during 2013-2020.

The report has profiled some of the key players of the market such as Amazon Web Services, Cisco Systems, Cloudera, Inc., Datameer, Inc., Hortonworks, Inc., Karmasphere, Inc., MapR Technologies, Pentaho Corporation, Teradata Corporation and MarkLogic.

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Government Sector

Media and Entertainment

Trade and Transportation


Hospitality and Travel


North America


Asia Pacific


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Farmington Hills, Mich (PRWEB) November 17, 2014

Recognizing the benefit of data analysis for the digital humanities field, Gale, part of Cengage Learning, will make available content from its Gale Digital Collections to academic researchers for data mining and textual analysis purposes. Data mining and textual analysis – the process by which text or datasets are crawled by software that recognizes entities, relationships and action – helps researchers draw new conclusions among disparate data and is emerging as an important area of scholarly research.

“Gale is taking an important, industry-leading step by making content available for researchers in this way,” said Frank Menchaca, senior vice president for global product management at Gale. “Data mining coupled with our new curriculum alignment service, in which Gale maps an institution’s library resources to specific areas of faculty research and course focus, is helping our academic customers realize even more value for their investment with Gale.”

Gale will deliver content upon customer request and in a cost-effective manner for the use of data mining and textual analysis. Content from most Gale Digital Collections, including essential research databases like Eighteenth Century Collections Online and Nineteenth Century Collections Online, as well as content from Gale’s extensive newspaper archives and other collections will be made available. In addition to content, Gale is offering new textual analysis tools within the digital archives to assist researchers who may not have programming experience or digital humanities programs at their institution. “Term cluster” and “term frequency” tools will sort through the text and index terms from the content, generating visual displays of information to help researchers easily identify relationships between words and phrases.

For more information on the program, please register for Gale’s webcast “Data Mining and Text Analytics: Gale at the Forefront of Providing Content Set,” scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 3pm EST.

For questions or to speak with a Gale spokesperson, please contact Kristina Massari at Interested customer may also contact their Gale representative for more information.

About Cengage Learning and Gale

Cengage Learning is a leading educational content, technology and services company, empowering educators and driving learner engagement through personalized services and course-driven digital solutions that bridge from the library to the classroom. Gale, part of Cengage Learning, serves the world’s information and education needs through its vast and dynamic content pools, which are used by students and consumers in their libraries, schools and on the Internet. It is best known for the accuracy, breadth and convenience of its data, addressing all types of information needs – from homework help to health questions to business profiles – in a variety of formats. For more information, visit or

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