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You might be surprised how far the field of data analytics has progressed in just five years. takes a look back.

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  1. 1. Half a Decade and Giant Leaps for Analytics Half a Decade and Giant Leaps for Analytics How Analytics Changed in Five Years How Analytics Changed in Five Years Big data and analytics have undergone dramatic growth and evolution just in the five years that All Analytics has been documenting the changes. Industry thought leaders and vendors strive to explain that new thing called "big data." IDC projects big data technology will generate Even Bigger Big Data The greatest development in analytics in the past five years? Then and Now Four Keys to Help Your Analytics Team Succeed The Technologies Advance IoT transforms whole industries and makes big data even bigger Information is just as important, if not more important than information technology for a 2011 2015 $48.6Bby 2019 23.1% CAGR Source: IDC Source: SAS and Kellogg School of Management, Understanding the Mobile Consumer, Realizing the Opportunities with Analytics Source: Gartner Source: TDWI: Four Use Cases Show Real-World Impact of IoT The size of the global big data hardware, software, and services market in 2011 new things are being connected using IoT concepts every day. The same big data market in 2017 $50.1 billion $7.3 billion Source: Wikibon Source: MIT Sloan Management Review, Beyond the Hype: The Hard Work Behind Analytics Success "Realization that analytics is needed everywhere and that there are huge gaps that need filling every-where: talent, technologies, tools." — Kirk Borne, Principal Data Scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton. “Information is the oil of the 21st century. Enterprises are generating an unprecedented amount of information of enormous variety and complexity. The need to leverage this data for greater business value is leading to a change in data management strategies known as ‘big data.’ ” "Thecommoditizationofplatformsthatallowanalyticstobeusedby anyone.Cloudplatforms,suchasAWS,Azure,andotherswith pay-as-you-consume,elasticservicesthathaveaconsumer-friendly UI,havechangedthegameinanalytics.Theyprovidegreat opportunitiesforalltousedatatobenefittheirbusinessandsociety." • Establish career advancement goals. • Make continuous training a priority. • Develop an incentive program • Create liaisons between IT and the business. The greatest development in analytics in the past five years? — November 2011 — Experts echo those same thoughts today From founding All Analytics Editor Beth Schultz's second blog, June 28, 2011 Principle No. 1 in Gartner's New CIO Manifesto Earliesttalkofdatalakes AnalyticsandBIwereoften usedinterchangeably Transactionaldataruled Datavisualizationwas"promising" Predictiveanalyticsinactionwas theexception 2011:Analyticsgrowsasasource ofcompetitiveadvantage. Datalakesarereal,noteverywhere butnotrare Westrivetoknowandsupport customersinanomnichannelworld Unstructureddataextendsourviewfar pasttransactionalboundaries Greatvisualizationsletdatatellastory Prescriptiveanalyticsisthebrassring 2016:Analyticsareusedby organizationstostaycompetitive.. 201620112011 – Robert Plant, department vice chair, business technology, University of Miami. Most people were still trying to figure out how to pronounce Hadoop and understand what it was. 2011 Yahoo, where Hadoop first spread its roots, had 600 petabytes of data spread among 40,000 Hadoop nodes. •Atwin-engineBoeing737aircraft produces333GBofdataper minuteperengine.Foraflightfrom LosAngelestoNewYork, thataircraftwillgenerateroughly200TBofdata. •Intheoilandgasindustry,an IndustrialInternetofThings- readydrillingrigproduces 7–8TBofoperationaldataperday. •IntheU.S.,connectedautomobiles alreadygenerateover 1petabyte(PB) ofoperationaldataperday.For context,1PB equals1millionGB. Thatworksouttoabout62,50016GB iPhones. 2015 $5.5 million Five years ago mobile analytics were little more than monthly counts of phone apps. Today, pioneering retailers use web activity, phone apps, and in-store beacons to gain a single, omnichannel view of customer activity, and more than ¾ of consumers actively use mobile devices in interacting with businesses (including showrooming) Site Sponsored by