With more data collection sometimes comes more data hoarding. Big data isn't doing anything for you if it's just sitting unused. Stacey on IoT said, "Like a poorly organized closet, shunting data to a cloud can result in confusion over what data matters and how a company can use it. It’s also expensive." Our technology turns that data into real-time analytics on a user-friendly dashboard so it is available to utilize right away. We store and analyze the data in our secure cloud for use!
The internet of things is going to generate a lot of data. IoT is all about data, and how cheap computing, ubiquitous connectivity, and low-cost data-generating sensors change the depth with which we can see the world and its processes around us. But the promise of all of that data confuses people. At every conference I attend, someone inevitably gets up on stage to talk about how his company has managed to transform its business with better data. And they note that one of the essential steps in that process involves gathering tons of data from sensors and then sending it to the cloud, to something called a data lake. It’s the IT equivalent of hoarding. And it is not necessary. Read More