CIOs have become creative dealing with Big Data
Big data is a challenge to building enterprises’ strategic information architecture. The art of dealing with data volume, variety, velocity and complexity have made CIOs more creative. Instead of a single centralised data warehouse, the trend is to harness multiple systems, including content management, data marts and specialised file systems tied together with data services and metadata. In effect, these become the logical enterprise data warehouse. Data storage industry is quite aware of these changing demands from clientele.
You said that CIOs are getting more creative, after dealing with big data, data velocity and complexity. Does it mean putting more pressure on the innovation teams?
Its a business and, not a technical wand that a CIO is sought to wield, in these days of rapid flux in business opportunities. The pressure to cut the costs of the client is never eased, for all the demands of scalability and functionality. For this reason, CIOs are sought to have business experience, rather than pure technical knowledge.
Beyond the growth of data, IT departments face the challenges of tight budgets and proliferation of revenue-critical applications requiring support. All these pressures are heating up to an inflection
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