Bootstrap’s Top 10 Big Data Predictions for 2013, Part 2
Big data is one of the dominant marketing topics of 2013 and Bootstrap believes that every technology related company needs to define their big data positioning and value-proposition. Since we’re still in the season of predictions, we pulled together Bootstrap’s Top 10 Big Data Predictions for 2013. These predictions are a mix of serious and frivolous thoughts on the state of the big data market as it enters what we believe will be a turbulent year.
Here is part 2 of our predictions:
|5.||Cloud big data platforms will become a reality led by Amazon Redshift and followed by a pack of emerging contenders.|
|6.||Amazon will continue to reduce pricing in the face of smarter, nimbler competition and the rise of the private cloud.|
|7.||Microsoft, Oracle, HP, IBM and Cisco will sink millions into big data marketectures that no-one, other than their existing customers, buy.|
|8.||There will be a 100% increase in the effort vendors put into the “how” of analyzing big data.|
|9.||40% of all fortune 1000 enterprises will exit 2013 with production big data projects.|
|10.||50% of all big data related predictions will be wrong.|
Make sure to checkout Part 1 of Top 10 Big Data Predictions for 2013. If you need help figuring out where your company plays in the big data market, please contact us – we can help!
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