Tag Archives: data analytics

“Internet of Things”: The off road drive to connectivity in India

Wednesday November 30th, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) is now gaining traction, reshaping the way we engage with our world in our day to day lives. A recent report that came out from Gartner states that the number of connected units, relating to the IoT, will reach 26 billion by 2020-a 30-fold increase since 2009. Will India accept… Read More »

Managed Cloud – Offering Real Business Benefits for Organisations Globally

Friday November 18th, 2016

Managed Cloud – Offering Real Business Benefits for Organisations Globally Cloud is rapidly becoming the standard way of doing business and organisations globally are utilising it as a tool for innovation and business transformation. Those who successfully use the cloud to achieve growth will have a mature, strategic view of how best to implement and… Read More »

The value of predictive models

Monday October 31st, 2016

How to correctly apply a predictive model Today, we are sitting on tons of data and with every new day comes even more data to add to this already exhaustive pile. This data contains lots of information which is immensely valuable not only for organisations, but also for the general public. A commonly used method… Read More »

How about trying complex Data Analytics Solutions for size and fit, before you splash the cash?

Tuesday September 13th, 2016

The pressure to deliver Alpha – potential above the market average – is immense. And that’s not surprising because in a quick-change disruptive world, Alpha consistency puts an organisation at the sharp edge of its digitally-driven market. If it can be done quickly, that is. One of the biggest stumbling blocks to creating breakthrough insights… Read More »

Why State Governments Need to get Smarter with Data!

Wednesday July 27th, 2016

Authored by Rajesh Kumar, Sr. Industry Consultant, Teradata India Pvt Ltd Due to its vast population of over 1.2 billion people the Indian state and central government agencies are trying to provision for delivering citizen centric services more effectively and efficiently. In a typical state government, the administrative machinery is divided into various departments for carrying… Read More »

Put your fashionable foot forward as Big Data meets Beauty

Wednesday April 27th, 2016

The retail sector in India is emerging as one of the largest sectors in the economy and is currently valued at US$ 600 billion. Of this about 90% is unorganized retail and only 10% is organised however the balance seems to be increasingly tilting towards the organised space. In fact a recent study by Google stated that… Read More »

Using Big Data Analytics to boost National Security

Friday February 12th, 2016

Almost after every terrorist attack, quite a lot of attention goes towards how intelligence is collected, analyzed and disseminated in order to protect the country against terrorism activities. In many cases, post-event analysis generally concludes that sufficient information existed such that officials could have intercepted and avoided the incident to happen. For our government security… Read More »

Can power utility service providers plug their leaks with Big Data?

Tuesday November 24th, 2015

In my recent interactions with some of power utilities I realized that there is mounting pressure on them from regulators, consumers and stakeholders to reduce the impact of outages, improve customer service, lower the cost of operations, and to be gentler on the environment. Most of the Utility service providers were insulated from prompt redressal… Read More »

What I Learned at Teradata 2015 Partners

Monday October 26th, 2015

Another Teradata Partners conference is in the books, with over 3,500 attendees this year. It was a spectacular event, with first class speakers including Robert Herjavec and Mike Rowe, and of course session after session giving insight to how data is being turned into decisions. There was plenty of entertainment, including the NetApp booth with… Read More »