Big Data News December 7, 2012

  • Podcast Preview of Big Data Analytics Report

    How are organizations approaching big data? What challenges are they experiencing? What are the commonalities in big data projects across industries and geographies? These questions and more are answered in a podcast with a lead researcher on the report “Analytics: The real-world use of big data.”

  • Addressing the Big Data Skills Gap

    Closing the big data talent gap requires tackling the problem from both sides: the people and the technology. Adequately training the data scientists of tomorrow is an obvious and necessary step, but what about the non-data scientists? And what about the technology side? What can we do to make the technology more accessible to the people? If companies are saying that they don’t have the in-house skills to do something with big data, then doesn’t that imply that the existing big data technologies are just too complicated?

  • Beijing Spirit Leads Enterprises to Continuous Progress

    A country needs great national spirit and so does a city. That’s the reason that Beijing, the capital of China announced “Beijing Spirit” on 2nd, November, 2011. Beijing Spirit includes Patriotism, Innovation, Inclusiveness and Virtue. This is the summary of the spiritual wealth formed in the development and practice of Beijingers. It has become a guide to Beijing citizens’ practice since then. As an advanced local enterprise in Beijing, Raqsoft integrates Beijing Spirit into its…

  • Get Rid of Mistaken Thoughts in OLAP

    OLAP is a type of BI software that emerged and gradually developed 20 years ago. OLAP can be used to handle the complex computation flexibly and rapidly according to the requirements of analyzers and present the result to the decision-makers in an intuitive and understandable style. The decision-makers can thus grasp the enterprise operating status accurately, understand the object requirements, and set the right scheme.



    The original intention of OLAP is the arbitrary…

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