Big Data Write For Us
Big Data means bigger data or the large volume of data, both structured and unstructured, that flood business every day. But it is not the amount of data that is important. What matters with Big Data is what organizations do with data. Big Data can be analyzed to get ideas that lead to better decisions and strategic business movements.
Big Data means data sets or combinations of data sets whose size (volume), complexity (variability) and speed of growth (speed) make it difficult to capture, manage, process or analyze using conventional technologies and tools, such as relational databases and conventional statistics or visualization packages, within the time necessary for them to be useful.
Although the size used to determine if a given data set is considered Big Data is not firmly defined and continues to change over time, most analysts and professionals currently refer to data sets ranging from 30-50 Terabytes to several Petabytes
The complex nature of Big Data is mainly due to the unstructured nature of much of the data generated by modern technologies, such as web logs, radio frequency identification (RFID), sensors built into devices, machinery, vehicles , Internet searches, social networks such as Facebook, laptops, smartphones and other mobile phones, GPS devices and call center records.
In most cases, in order to effectively use Big Data, it must be combined with structured data (usually from a relational database) of a more conventional commercial application, such as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) or a CRM (Customer Relationship Management).
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We want original and thoughtful content presented in a friendly and informative way. Your article should be:
- Be topical and useful.
- Be well structured and easy to read.
- Focus on a relevant keyword.
- Illustrate with real examples.
- Have a length of at least 700 words.
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It is essential that you follow each and every phase of the following process. Otherwise, your request will not be taken into account.
Step 1: Tell us your idea
We want to know your ideas and know about you. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure you include:
- A short summary of the article with a specific keyword and a list of the questions you want to answer in your article.
- Links to your previous posts.
Step 2: Send us a first draft
Once we accept the subject, you have a green light to start writing your article. Before sending us your first draft, make sure you meet all the requirements that appear in the list that we mentioned before.
In any case, your first draft should include:
- A full article in Google Docs with the option to edit enabled.
- A folder in Google drives with the images used in the article.
- Author’s Bio (up to 170 characters).
Step three: Finish your draft
After reviewing your first draft, we will tell you if we would like to share it with our readers.
We will also send you feedback to optimize it. We hope you take these suggestions seriously when creating your second draft. Ideally, once you have corrected the document, it would be ready for publication.
If not, you will have one more chance to review your post before we decide whether to publish or discard it.
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