sponsored by TIBCO
Posted:  08 Oct 2012
Published:  08 Oct 2012
Format:  HTML
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Research suggests that data volumes will increase by 36% annually, but legacy data infrastructure lacks the capabilities and features needed to keep up.

In fact, Aberdeen research suggests that the biggest complaint amongst businesses today is their inability to access the information they need fast enough for analytics and business intelligence (BI). 

In order to alleviate this burden, savvy organizations are implementing in-memory computing and gaining the ability to process more data faster and with greater efficiency. Read on to learn how in-memory computing can alleviate big data woes.

Data Analytics | Data Management | Data Mining | Data Storage | IT Infrastructure | IT Management

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