Is there a way for "big data" to be widely shared within a company?

mstrauss

There is so much information gathered, if it is sequestered and only used for specific approved projects by a few people in a few departments, there must be many uses for data that are being ignored. If it can be opened up to wider access in a basically unstructured manner, I can't help but think that currently unimagined uses will be found and integrated into daily operations. How can this openness be achieved?

Topic: Big Data
Answer this Question

Answers

1 total
jimlynch
Vote Up (30)

Hi mstrauss,

Here's an interesting article about data sharing that you might find helpful. It seems to cover institutionalized data sharing and may be relevant to what you are asking about.

When Data Sharing Becomes Institutionalized: Best Practices in Local Government GI Relationships
http://www.urisa.org/publications/journal/articles/when_data_sharing

Ask a question

Join Now or Sign In to ask a question.
There's a new Wild West to be tamed: all those (uncoordinated) data analytics projects sprouting throughout your organization.
As organizations seek to not simply corral data, but apply it strategically across the business, analytics experts are making their way into the C-suite.
Technology has turned the towing business into an information business, according to Dave Ferrick, CEO of Agero.
Mapping intelligence isn't just for retailers anymore. Advanced analytics uses location data to reveal new insights about customers.
Progressive Insurance deploys open-source data analytics software to optimize its ad strategy.
New job listing data shows that demand for Python developers is up significantly
A new study finds that scripting languages have a performance edge in completing everyday tasks
A new study of GitHub data reveals characteristics of successful open source projects
A study by Accenture finds that many organizations are putting big data initiatives into production and the vast majority of those that do are pleased with the results.
Aiming to eliminate a number of onerous data engineering tasks, MapR today updated its distribution of Hadoop to include Apache Drill 0.5.

White Papers & Webcasts

See more White Papers | Webcasts

Join us:
Facebook

Twitter

Pinterest

Tumblr

LinkedIn

Google+

randomness