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 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
 Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014
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Top 10 Big Data and Analytics Trends in 2014

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Prioritizing your daily to-do list can be hard enough, much less your strategic goals for 2014. To help you focus on what really matters, we’re sharing what we believe will be the top 10 big data and …

Prioritizing your daily to-do list can be hard enough, much less your strategic goals for 2014. To help you focus on what really matters, we’re sharing what we believe will be the top 10 big data and analytics trends for the upcoming year. Download the full report here http://bit.ly/1bMpuKj

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  • 1. 2014 TOP 10 Trends for Big Data and Analytics
  • 2. ii | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | Big Data and Analytics Top Ten Trends for 2014 What are the most compelling developments in big data, analytics, mobile computing, data warehousing, and cloud computing that motivate IT leaders to undertake new technology initiatives? Oracle surveyed hundreds of IT decision-makers to learn about their plans for 2014—both within the Oracle customer base and the industry at large. From this extensive data set we compiled the following trends—along with a bit of advice.
  • 3. 1 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | Business Users Get Hooked on Mobile Analytics The sun has risen on the mobile computing era, eclipsing traditional computing practices. 1All lines of business will expand mobile BI usage in 2014. Organizations that adopt mobile analytics claim that their usage of data-driven insights almost doubles. x2 Your peers put these priorities at the top of their mobile analytics wish list: 1. View existing reports and dashboards from any mobile device 2. Take action on findings directly from mobile BI applications 3. Empower users to easily create their own mobile analytics apps
  • 4. 2 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 2Cloud-based analytics go mainstream. Cloud-based analytics services have transcended the “early adopters” phase and are making a go at the mainstream. The lure is simple: cloud-based business intelligence makes it easier to deliver basic reports and dashboards to business users, with subscription-based reporting services that simplify the development and provisioning of BI functionality. Analytics Take to the Cloud
  • 5. 3 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 3Datafication of everything becomes standard in business, government, and in our private lives. Hadoop-Based Data Reservoirs Unite with Data Warehouses Big data technologies such as Hadoop clusters enable organizations to stay in front of this wave by augmenting their existing data warehouse assets. Hadoop is flexible enough to accommodate a huge volume of information—everything from sensor data to log files, from documents to social media.
  • 6. 4 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 4Seizing opportunities in big data requires training in new technologies and new skills in the talent pool. New Skills Bolster Big Data Investments Organizations are looking to double the number of people with advanced skills in Hadoop and predictive analytics in the coming year. To maximize big data investments, organizations are adopting engineered systems consisting of preintegrated components. MASTER-LEVEL SKILLS PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS HADOOPAND 2014 2015
  • 7. 5 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 5Human capital management (HCM) professionals look for insight from big data to modernize recruiting and talent management practices. Big Data Discovery Is the Secret to Workforce Success for Human Capital Management HCM professionals want to combine and explore diverse data sets such as performance reviews, “voice of the employee” surveys, profiles from professional networking sites such as LinkedIn, and insider workplace websites like Glassdoor.
  • 8. 6 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 6The more insight you have into past and current events, the better you can predict future activity. Predictive Analytics Lend Fresh Insight into Big Data Strategies It’s more efficient to store and process the data in the same place.Today, that means using both a data warehouse and Hadoop. Predictive analytics are the most popular area of interest among organizations planning to add to their big data analytics capabilities in 2014. ANALYTICS PREDICTIVE #1
  • 9. 7 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 7Predictive analytics are no longer just for the experts. Predictive Analytics Bring New Insight to Old Business Processes Rank-and-file employees will soon find forward- looking analytics capabilities embedded in routine business processes and applications. Predictive metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) will soon become a standard part of BI, just like historical and current metrics are today.
  • 10. 8 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 8High-volume, high-speed customer interactions and operations gain traction. Decision Optimization Technologies Enhance Human Intuition The most popular plans for decision optimization in 2014 include the following: 2 3 Automate predictive analytics with business rules Create adaptive processes that can be continually optimized during live customer interactions Prescribe personalized, real-time recommendations across multiple channels 1
  • 11. 9 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 9Organizations purchase analytics applications to accelerate time to value and to lower total cost of ownership. Business Leaders Embrace Packaged Analytics FOR THE ANALYTICS LoB Predefined business content and guided analytics allow organizations to spend less time preparing data and debating metrics, and more time strategizing and analyzing information across specific functional areas. These packaged applications include prebuilt data models; extract, transform, and load scripts; reports; and dashboards, along with best- practices, cross-functional analytics that span dozens of business roles.
  • 12. 10 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | 10Many organizations are overwhelmed with gathering, organizing, integrating, and analyzing information. New Skills Launch New Horizons of Analysis 1. Help employees that have intermediate BI skills acquire expert or master certification 2. Help predictive analytics beginners become intermediate practitioners 3. Gain expertise with Hadoop to transform early adopters into seasoned professionals In 2014, organizations plan to develop skills as follows:
  • 13. 11 | Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or affiliates. All rights Reserved | Conclusion Big Data and Analytics Top Ten Trends for 2014 Market leaders rely on modern software tools to integrate structured and unstructured data, empower business users with self-service capabilities, model large data sets, and make bold predictions based on patterns in the data. Oracle’s unrivaled portfolio of intuitive business intelligence, best-practices analytics, advanced analytics, gold-standard data warehouse, and engineered systems applications provides the flexibility and speed necessary to harness the 2014 trends in mobile, cloud, and big data computing.

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