To better understand the possibilities of big data, Rabobank started with a multidisciplinary team and a few proof of concepts.
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Besides investing in traditional data processing technologies, cutting-edge enterprises map their digital world by defining and building so-called virtual sensors. Virtual sensors collect information from the intersection of the physical and digital worlds to generate and measure events that define the usage of a digital product or service. A virtual sensor could be a data processing algorithm that can be tuned and configured to generate results that are relevant for the enterprise. The generated alert notifies the enterprise of a change in the environment or ecosystem in which the user is using a product or service.
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Banks are trying to become more focused on the specific needs of their customers and less on the products that they offer. They need to:
Engage customers ininteractive/personalized conversations (real-time)Provide a consistent, cross-channel experience including real-time touch points like web and mobileAct at critical moments in the customer sales cycle (in the moment)Market and sell based on customer real-time activities
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Miercom, the well-respected worldwide testing service, recently conducted one of the largest independent tests of real-world threat protection capabilities of web security systems. Results show that Websense, Inc. (NASDAQ: WBSN) demonstrated superior security effectiveness, threat detection and mitigation capabilities over the other tested systems.
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As video recording technology improves in performance and falls in price, ever-more events are being captured within video files. If all of this footage could be searched effectively, it would represent an invaluable information repository.
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