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2015 predictions and trends for big data and analytics

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We asked experts from diverse organizations for their unique perspective on major trends in big data and analytics as we head into 2015. Hear their views on the key organizational imperatives, value realization and the key skills needed to support this. 

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I think twenty
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15 is going to be a really crucial here the big day
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and the water industry to recent is
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how we manage I'm how we get water to
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and from customers and the second if the customer themselves
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how we understand if you like face behind camp
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in the treaty creep
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mediated
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so I'm really excited that in 2015 we're gonna see the convergence have a couple
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technology thing
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big data we've spoken about for many years now the Internet of Things is
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beginning to
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I getting traction and throw in something like Smarter Cities
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and I think 2015 the year that these three technology themes
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will begin to prove their value together it
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well I think 2015 is going to be
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really important for big data and the way the water company manage their
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networks
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we've got some real challenges coming up all water companies in
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business plans estimated lacked all lowering bills so we're gonna have to do
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more
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with less and the way you can't do that Mass Effect me
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if you can be picked up complete
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head something else wants in 2015
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ties to demand for you map it's official eyes action with creating
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huge amounts of information I and
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we need to find new ways to extract value from that date to
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quickly
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I thing
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its a very to the exciting time for academics
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among leading teaching panels along research as well because
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in Century City is a you tomorrow
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to opportunity in areas such as mmm
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crime scenes analysis example using big data
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trying to protect and prevent future crimes
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by analyzing the am behavior profile criminals
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this presents an upgrade opportunity for
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finance professional they deal with data
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data is their currency and this is something that will hit this space
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and this is the opportunity for them to grasp it and take the lead
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here with me erupted
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me here gate good
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for good
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the Hartree center we're using big data for our customers. this could be fun to
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tickle organizations looking to speed up the crib discovery process
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these could be engineering organizations
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a looking to make sense if the data is generated through engines and through
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turbines for example
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up
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I think from the teaching perspective it is
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things very important block at the mir to understand the
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requirements from the industry and one of those things big data analytics and
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up example we have to understand the
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the mom the growing demand from industry is a shortage
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all graduate happen the knowledge and skills
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to deal with at the time analytic on the understanding the concept
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as well as that whose the most significant opportunity for financial
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professionals in 2015
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will be the opportunity to engage with this big day
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me and that they have the right mix a financial
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analytical business skills to and
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help the business translate the benefits from big data
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into tangible outcomes
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the Data revolution is a partner and it absolutely critical
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financial professional get involved otherwise
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they will be left behind this is very exciting time for both industry
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and academia and so where we go forward with this and
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as a local thing happening
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I think 2015 is going to be crucial
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a big data and how water company address backup
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think got to get to be hmmm
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organizations are beginning to understand the challenges associated
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with big data
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but also the positive impact they can have on those organizations
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on the individuals that those organizations serve and represent
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