Big, Bigger and Biggest – The Business Impact of Big Data Part 3

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The noise around big data is rapidly reaching a volume that not only demands attention, it requires that you tune in at the right wavelength to lock in the potential to transform your business. If you listened in to Parts 1 and 2 of our 4-part podcast series, you will have picked up some insights and pointers on how Big Data can impact your future from Stephen Manley, Chief Technology Officer of EMC’s Core Technologies division.

big data umbrellaToday’s podcast is focused on one of the most important aspects of your big data plan, and that is ensuring your data is protected wherever it is and whatever happens. Without adequate protection, businesses are vulnerable to losing this critical resource that can help preserve the future integrity of their product or service.


If you’re looking for an even bigger perspective, you won’t want to miss Stephen’s account of his hands-on experience with building a data lake and overcoming obstacles along the way. Subscribe to The Core blog, share with your fellow Big Data enthusiasts, and stay tuned for Part 4, the final chapter in our podcast series.

If you did happen to miss the first two podcasts you can tune in to Part 1 here for an introduction to Big Data and how it can be leveraged to open the door to significant opportunity and future business value. Meanwhile, Part 2 flipped the coin to look at some of the barriers to constructing an effective big data strategy, while also exploring how a data lake can bring all the data you need into a single repository for storage, management, analysis and protection.

To learn more about EMC’s Big Data solutions, check out the following resources:
Explore your Big Data opportunities.
Protect your most valuable asset.

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