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New Research: IoT Data Proliferation Elevates Data Integration Challenges

by Andrew White  |  February 24, 2016  |  1 Comment

My colleagues Eric Thoo and Ted Friedman just published this note: IoT Data Proliferation Elevates Data Integration Challenge.

The increasing numbers of sensors, devices, beacons and other connected devices that make up the IoT bring significant data integration challenges. This note will help integration and information leaders take account of the escalating need for data integration.

This note continues the focus that another colleague mine (Michael Moran) hit on previously with Why the Internet of Things Will Dwarf Social (Big Data).

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Thoughts on New Research: IoT Data Proliferation Elevates Data Integration Challenges

  1. Angel Healy says:

    Definitely, Andrew. As the days go by, the amount of data will surely go up and these platforms should keep up with its scope and security.

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