Big data and big data analytics pose a series of implications and challenges. Organizations that seek to become analytical competitors must have an established analytics culture consisting of well trained employees who are using the right enabling technologies. However, these organizations face challenges maintaining consumer privacy while they collect and use sensitive information.
In parts one and two of this four part series on big data, we looked at what makes data ‘big’ and how it can benefit organizations that apply the right analytics. In part three, we will look at the cultural, technological, and ethical implications of big data and advanced analytics.
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