Big Data
By Gemma Morris
8th February 2017

Big Data is probably one of the biggest buzzwords from the past couple of years in the tech world. Businesses across the world are using big data, particularly their customer’s data but also machine data, to make real, better decisions. As specialists in the Information Management and Analytics industry we are constantly immersing ourselves in the world of data so we took a look at some of these ‘real world’ uses of big data, as told by the KDR team.

These are just a few uses of how big data is being used in the real world. What are you favourite uses?
KDR Recruitment is the home of the UKs best Information Management and Analytics jobs. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for the latest news and blogs

Comments

Currently there are no comments. Be the first to post one!

Post Comment

*
*
*

Can Artificial Intelligence help you find love?

With Love Island as the highlight of (most) of our lives, especially now the football is over; it got me thinking about how data and dating can go hand in hand, and how when it comes to finding love technology... Read More

Are you about to lose out to a counter offer?

We recently wrote about why candidates shouldn’t accept counter offers from their current employers, and why we believe they can be counter-productive and are usually not taken for the right reasons.  And while we have written plenty of advice for... Read More

How to pass a technical test

I recently asked the question “ are technical tests useful or just lazy? ” because any businesses that are hiring software and tech specialists are seeing a mass influx of candidates and are using these tests to cut down through some of... Read More

How NOT to have a successful phone interview

For many businesses a telephone interview is an essential phase of the recruitment process. It can allow them to gauge the interest and skills of a candidate without each person having to take time out for a face-to-face interview , which... Read More

Where should we send our newsletter?

Close