Traditional Data Warehousing Meets Big Data: What Does It Mean for the Enterprise?

Posted October 25, 2012 | Technology |

The need for businesses to maintain and use data in new ways is rapidly growing. Instead of removing data, businesses are adding and using more data than ever. The lower cost of storage is part of the reason, but regulation, competitiveness, and the digital age are also key drivers. Healthcare organizations have to track their patients to improve patient outcomes and to be eligible for reimbursement bonuses.

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Rich Johnson
Ron Zahavi
Ron Zahavi is Executive Director of the Digital Twin Consortium. He has extensive experience in all aspects of technology management and solution delivery, 20 of those related to Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Mr. Zahavi is the founder of his own consulting company and has held various CTO/CIO positions, managing technology across several companies and performing due diligence of potential acquisitions. Most recently, Mr. Zahavi was Chief… Read More
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