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In 2012, we began to recognize the presence of Big Data. In 2013, we will act on Big Data in deep and meaningful ways. This is good news for both data providers and consumers, who are no doubt anxious to begin the process of discovery of the new world opening up to them.
Over the coming year, those organizations who take the lead will be those who have people who understand how Big Data insights can be harvested. Outsmarting the competition means attracting and retaining skilled professionals who know how to manage, mine and draw actionable insights from data streaming into their organizations. That means rising demand for not only technical people who know how to manage Big Data sets, but also for people who can translate Big Data insights into business opportunities. Demand will intensify for professionals who understand the power of Big Data – from either the technical or the business side of data management. (more…)
Recently Informatica’s Chairman and CEO Sohaib Abbasi was asked to provide commentary on the future of the software industry for SIIA’s annual Vision from the Top. The paper includes input from industry leaders from SIIA members such as Eloqua, GoodData, InsideView, Intuit, Marketo, Opsource, QlikView, Symantec and Xactly. In the the paper, he outlines how “the computer industry will be shaped by the current nexus of megatrends: Cloud Computing, Social Computing and Mobile Computing.”
Here is Sohaib Abbasi’s answer to the question: “What will the software industry look like in 3, 5, even 10 years from now?” (more…)