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D. Henschen
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4/4/2013 | 1:56:12 PM
re: Cloud's Next Era Near, Cisco Says
The money line here is "analytics become business critical." The "Internet of things" crossed with mobile, social and other customer interactions is where the new opportunities are at. Telecom networks and financial networks are already living in this world.
Cloudtalk
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4/9/2013 | 12:24:25 PM
re: Cloud's Next Era Near, Cisco Says
For sure big data analytics is the next technology trend and would undergo lots of innovation and research. Cloud computing providing access to large computing power is well suited for big data analytics and hence the era has just begin.

Stay tuned!

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