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Big Data Trends of 2018 – Part 4

Big data was primarily used by big businesses in the past, owing to their broad scope of service demanded more precise data and because they were the only ones who could afford the technology and channels used to collect and analyze the information. Big Data has evolved at an unbelievably fast pace, much like any other process in the business world, the best example being Big Data in the cloud.

2018 at a Glance


Better, More Intelligent Security

2017’s scandals were enough to make any enterprise paranoid about hacking and breaches, so in 2018 companies focussed on fortifying data confidentiality. With possibilities of cybersecurity issues, IoT was also a cause for concern. Big Data companies are now helping providers market products that use data analytics as a tool to detect and predict threats.

Big Data can be used as a security strategy wherein a security log data can provide information about past threats. Companies can use this data to prevent and mitigate future attempts or choose to integrate their security information and event management software with Big Data platforms.

Open Source

In 2018, public data solutions like Apache Hadoop and Spark continued to dominate. Enterprises expanded their use of Hadoop and NoSQL and looked for ways to speed up data processing. Technologies that allow access and response to data in real time were in high demand. Open source applications are cheaper and cut costs for the business.

We are awarding some of the best Big Data Solution of the year along with other categories at the 3rd Indian ISV Awards 2018, an initiative from itVARnews (Techplus Media Publication) to acknowledge the best ICT Solutions by ISVs (Independent software vendor), System Integrators, Solution VARs, and MSPs across India. To know more, visit the website now. (

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