BI vs. Big Data vs. Data Analytics By Example


Big Data technology changed all of that. It solved the velocity-volume-variety problem. We now have computer systems that can handle “Big Data”. The Center for Disease Control may receive the data from hospitals and doctor offices in real-time and Data Analytics Software that sits on the top of Big Data computer system could generate actionable items that can give the Government the agility it needs in times of crises.

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Fari Payandeh

 

 

March 6, 2013

Fari Payandeh

 

I know that not everyone will agree with my definition of Business Intelligence, but my objective is to simplify things; there is enough confusion out there. Besides, who is the authority on a terminology that its traditional frame of reference is outdated and doesn’t cover the entire spectrum of the value that  intelligent-data can bring to businesses today?

 

Business Intelligence (BI) encompasses a variety of tools and methods that can help organizations make better decisions by analyzing “their” data. Therefore, Data Analytics falls under BI. Big Data, if used for the purpose of Analytics falls under BI as well.

 

Let’s say I work for the Center for Disease Control and my job is to analyze the data gathered from around the country to improve our response time during flu season. Suppose we want…

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  1. Thank you dear!

    A appreciate you re-blogging my post.

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