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21
Oct

Massive Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016

Posted by | · · · | Big Data · Digital · Digital Futures · Online Reputation Management · Optimization · Server | Comments Off on Massive Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016

Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016 Today’s (October 21, 2016) wide spread global DDoS attack was a big event, and a bad one: An attack on the Internet, not just on a website. A DDoS attack is when bad actors flood a server with redundant or duplicate requests to freeze it up and make it […]

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02
Oct

Next Generation of Search: Star Trek Holodeck

Posted by | · · · · · | Big Data · Digital Futures · Mobile · semantic Web | Comments Off on Next Generation of Search: Star Trek Holodeck

The “Next Generation” of Search Web search will inevitably give way to “distributed” search. Instead of typing a query into a browser, you’ll ask a ubiquitous digital assistant  (in your phone, watch, car, as well as on your PC). This is already with us. The digital assistant —  Google’s Assistant, Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s […]

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24
Feb

The Biggest Big Data of All Time

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Imagine generating so much data that each day’s worth needs the processing power of one hundred million PCs and would take two million years to playback on an ipod*. The Square Kilometer Array (SKA), http://www.skatelescope.org/, is about to do exactly that, by scanning the deep universe for radiation data about conditions within a sliver of the […]

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01
May

Big Data Downsized for Small Businesses

Posted by | · · · · · · | Big Data · Brand audits · Content · Digital · Online Reputation Management · Performance Measurement · semantic Web · User Experience | Comments Off on Big Data Downsized for Small Businesses

Small Businesses can use Big Data — if it’s Downsized Every day, billions of sources — transaction records, mobile phone signals, weather sensors, traffic cameras, electricity meters, digital photos and videos, social media posts, website click-streams — create quintillions of bytes of data (2.5 quintillions, according to IBM. A quintillion is 10 X 18 trillion). […]

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