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Top Main Technologies That Enable Big Data Analytics (Pt. 3)

In the previous articles, we have discussed how big data can help SMEs and some of its use cases. This article is the top main technologies that enable big data analytics for SMEs. Rather than depending on trial and error, companies have begun to use an optimized technique for the optimal distribution of resources to sculpt the path of a company’s growth. Incorporating big data analysis techniques has proven to be the most effective approach to implementation. Large organizations’ business data is just too complicated to be processed by traditional data processing systems over long periods of time. There are better techniques to extract relevant information that can aid in appropriate decision-making and reveal patterns in data that appears to be random. These methods are at the heart of big data analytics. Big data analytics technology is made up of a variety of methodologies and processing methods. What makes them useful is how businesses employ them collectively to achieve relevant results for strategy management and implementation. Here’s a quick rundown of the big data technologies adopted by small and medium business as well as big companies. Predictive analytics Predictive analytics is one of the most important tools for businesses to prevent risks in decision-makeing. By processing large dataset, predictive analytics hardware and software solutions can be used to uncover, evaluate and apply predicted scenarios. NoSQL Databases
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Seven digital transformation trends in education (Pt1)

The digital revolution has changed almost every aspect of our business and society. More than 3.5 billion people have now had access to the internet, and it is estimated that more than 5 billion people have some type of mobile phone, half of which are smartphones. This connectivity level undoubtedly affects how we interact with each other, receive news and see the world. Therefore, it is no surprise that these digital transformation trends have also significantly impacted the education industry. From primary schools to higher education, digital transformation has affected how students learn and how teachers reach students. The pandemic has accelerated these trends even more, forcing many education institutes around the world to close. To help students continue learning, schools and teachers have turned to technology to bridge the gap. Digital technology and advancements have affected students and teachers. Here are the seven major digital trends that have emerged as schools begin to utilise the power of technology. Improve the accessibility and access One of the first noticeable digital transformation trends that can be seen in the education industry is the increased accessibility - provide more opportunities for students of all ages to attend schools and even earn a degree. Students who may have disabilities and cannot access certain types of information will find that technology can help eliminate these barriers greatly. For example, text-to-speech programs and dictated content programs can help improve the ability of all students to access information provided by the school. People with visual or hearing impartments and dyslexia can benefit from technology to learn and earn a degree. From a technological point of view, accessibility and access continue to improve when it comes to geographic barriers. Online learning enables students to access schools and degree programs that may not be suitable for their location, which can help them get the best education for their situation. The geographic area no longer restricts students.
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Why offshore software development isn’t preferred by the majority? (PT2)

Why offshore software development is not preferred compared to nearshore and onshore? Time Zone Differences: Time zone differences are one of the main reasons why companies are reluctant to reach out to top offshore outsourcing software development companies. Many companies work within a 5 to 12-hour difference from their customers. → How to solve this: Since they have to adjust their schedules to accommodate their clients, you might have your projects due faster and sooner than the deadlines without compromising the quality. Make sure to set up daily, or weekly, or fortnightly meetings to keep all stakeholders up-to-date. Communication and language: It is usually safe to assume that you’ll have to communicate with people whose English is not their first language when working with a team from a different country. → How to solve this: This is 2021, out of the world’s approximately 7.8 billion inhabitants, 1.35 billion speak English. Amongst them, only 360 million are native speakers, that’s 4.6 percent of the total English speakers. And frankly speaking, assuming that the communication with the native speakers will be more fluent is a quite unilateral argument and underestimate others’ ability to acquire one language, I would say. My advice? Get out there, talk to people, get to know them, and let the conversation flows. Culture and social differences: Not only language is one barrier, culture and social differences also affect the software development project.
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