For me it seems lucrative. Future scope is wide. When we talked about TeraBytes, Peta & Exabyte, it needs large amount of resources & huge money to invest, As of now there are some big firms have opportunities in this Oracle, MS, EMC etc.
In 2010, this industry on its own was worth more than $100 billion and was growing at almost 10 percent a year: about twice as fast as the software business as a whole
‘Majority aware of benefits’
A recent study conducted by EMC among Indian companies revealed that 91 per cent of Indian businesses were aware of the potential benefits of Big Data, but 26 per cent of companies had no current plans to utilise Big Data technology. Meanwhile, according to another study by technology researcher International Data Corp., the Big Data market in India is expected to grow at nearly 38 per cent annually, reaching $153.1 million in 2014.
For instance, India’s leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel Ltd. receives around eight billion calls every day, amassing petabytes of data, while India’s third-largest cellular services provider with 130 million subscribers, Reliance Communications, handles over 20 million calls every month from its customers. The challenge is to analyse the data to identify new opportunities and store them securely and affordably. According to a recent E&Y study, most Indian organisations are still in the early stages of understanding the scope of data they generate. The early adopters of Big Data are likely to emerge from experiential sectors such as BFSI, retail, hospitality and media for social collaboration-led solutions, while process automation driven sectors such as transportation, logistics and plant operations for machine or sensor-driven solutions.
The real use for Big Data comes in when corporates or consumers use it for business outcomes in decision-making or in operations management. As it stands today, Big Data demands the maturity of diverse technologies to deliver insights as well as an evolved consumer or corporate to handle big decisions out of it.
Currently I have a laptop & have a plan to buy new one(current one is dying slowly) after some time. I want to connect these two laptops without using Networking. How?
In past, I heard about RS232 cable which's alternative for above one. But I didn't know much about this. Is it possible to achieve the same thing as Networking.
Is there any other alternatives there? or which one is best(& cheap)?
Simulate Server-Client environment(I want to develop & test applications(web & mobile), old laptop for DB & web-service and new laptop for Dev.), In this way I could get more speed & space in my new laptop. Yep I need more speed & space because of these[^]
And open to any other suggestions from you. Thanks again!
OS - Windows 7 in old laptop & Windows 7/8 in new laptop
Internet - Broadband connection
my recommandation (choice) was go with HP laptops, My friends bought compaq (CQ 40) laptops 4 years before, they showed one network based project demo without any conflicts. Still those laps are working fine. Now a days compaq series are stopped but HP provide the same set of configurations by their own brand name (HP).
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