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Capper Education

Conservative systems of learning, teaching and researching consume the substantial amount of your bandwidth that could have been invested in the core of education itself. Research administrations and predictors have projected that Platform based Mobile Applications will be a significant component in the growing path of Education as an industry. Capper is a platform based…

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Harnessing the Power of Big Data

We are experiencing the making of an economy powered by a new business resource; Big Data. Although most resources are exhausted by use, data is self-perpetuating. Leading organizations leveraging big data through a strategic analytics tactic to attain sustainable marketplace advantage and generate an entirely new business model. Big Data is increasing exponentially; we devote…

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The Power of Big Data in Education

The prospect of “big data” at once suggests expectant views of a data-rich future and concerns about observation that adversely influences our personal and private survives. There is an increasing interest by institutions of higher education to take benefit of Big Data to provide higher quality level of study and outcome. There is a lot…

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Enterprise Data Bag

Enterprise Data Bag including Apache Hadoop is Big Data platform for data consumers to process and analyze large data sets and extract business insights and value from it. Operation Management EDB Data cluster is made for heavy data churning and capable of running 1000s to parallel data processing and analytics jobs in parallel. The Operations…

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Improper use of Big Data Analytics will cause the Violations of Business Ethics

Analytics projects that utilize big data or analytics are increasingly prevalent but currently a heightened hazard of failure, according to Gartner, Inc. Analytics leaders can improve the likelihood of success by best practices. “Although big data and advanced analytics projects risk many of the same pitfalls as traditional projects, in most cases, these risks are…

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