While there are those who have a sanguine view regarding the Internet of Things – huge data collection, real-time analysis of ebb and flow of the market economy – there are those who feel threatened by it. And they have every right to be.
While the IoT indeed has its significant importance in driving the economy forward, like decreasing the risks that business owners take, there is also the concern of security that revolves around it. Read More
In the previous post (Staying Ahead of the Competition through Data Engineering) we have briefly bump into an important topic, and that is the Internet of Things (IoT).
To start things off, what is exactly is this IoT?
Put it shortly, IoT is a plethora of objects embedded with software and sensors capable of exchanging data with its manufacturer and other smart devices. The data is sent to a network along with the other information that is being directed by other objects embedded by the same software and sensors. These sensors will allow the object to be observed in real time, providing information on that specific object relevant to whatever data is needed at a certain time. Read More
Data is everything. Business owners, big and small, have been using these data as foundation for their marketing strategy – and for a good reason. Data never lies. Information is critical in identifying human behaviors, behaviors that can potentially yield a lucrative amount of money if gathered, sifted, analyzed, and implemented properly by companies that use them.
However, it is quite the challenge to find reliable information through the large chunk of information that is usually gathered. This is where professionals in data engineering come in. To put it shortly, data engineers are people that build, design, and manage infrastructures that will help in identifying useful data in a way that can benefit a business. Read More