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Thanks for sharing your research on the NoSQL and big data for organizations and competitive advantages. This hasbeen a steady trend for the past ten years. We need to have environments that allow us to pull data from multiplesources and then analyze it for trends. Let’s think about a medium or small business culture. Are there any social orcultural barriers to adoption of a big data application or NoSQL structure? If so, how might they be overcome?Dr. BurdwellSearch entries or authorUnreadSubscribed
2/19/2021Topic: Week 7: Applications of Big Data & NoSQL Databases11/35Reply(1 like)(httpChris Rodgers()WednesdayReplyI feel there are social and cultural barriers. Now, this idea is coming from my personal experience. I have been to 32countries in my life. I have been all over Europe, Asia, I have been to 3rd world countries, and communist countries.One country that sticks out to me the most that I say has been left in the past is the country of Georgia. Formerly partof the Soviet Union it never has been able to completely rebound after its collapse. Its capital Tbilisi which is beautifuland more up to date you could tell was not very caught up to times. I stayed in a small town north of the capital callDusheti. I learned very quickly that technology was not a big thing there. The stores didn't have heat or electricity.They didn't have cash registers and they did any math for change in their head. This is a huge technological barrier forGeorgians, these people live in this town their entire life and don't see smartphones, use the internet, or social media.I feel this prevents any type of technological growth there is no use for big data because not having the technologythere makes it difficult or meaningless to use.(httpTerrence Ruffen()YesterdayBig data poses both opportunities and challenges for businesses. In order to extract value from big data, it must beprocessed and analyzed in a timely manner, and the results need to be available in such a way as to be able to effectpositive change or influence business decisions. The effectiveness also relies on an organization having the rightcombination of people, process and technology. By pure definition, analytics is the discovery and communication ofmeaningful patterns in data — but for business, analytics should be viewed as the extensive use of data, statisticaland quantitative analysis, using explanatory and predictive models to drive fact-based business managementdecisions and actions. Analytics helps to optimize key processes, functions and roles. It can be leveraged toaggregate both internal and external data. It enables organizations to meet stakeholder reporting demands, managemassive data volumes, create market advantages, manage risk, improve controls and, ultimately, enhanceorganizational performance by turning information into intelligence.

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