中東歐 (CEE) 的政府、公共部門的調查:為了打開巨量資料的門戶，需要也打開Hadoop的門戶
CEE Government Survey: Opening the Door to Big Data Requires Opening It to Hadoop as Well
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 13 Pages
|中東歐 (CEE) 的政府、公共部門的調查:為了打開巨量資料的門戶，需要也打開Hadoop的門戶 CEE Government Survey: Opening the Door to Big Data Requires Opening It to Hadoop as Well|
|出版日期: 2015年03月26日||內容資訊: 英文 13 Pages||
對本報告提供中東歐 (CEE) 的政府、公共部門的巨量資料的利用計劃、認知度相關分析，尤其是 (開發、引進巨量資料不可缺少的) Hadoop相關認知度、利用意志、引進的促進/阻礙因素、期待度調查。
This study presents survey results on Big Data plans and awareness in the Central and Eastern European public sector. Given that Hadoop contains the essential tools for Big Data development and implementation, the survey also assess levels of awareness, enthusiasm, drivers, inhibitors, and expectations related to Hadoop. The results suggest that while the concept and potential of Big Data is gaining purchase in the CEE public sector, many IT professionals are still under-informed on the role of Hadoop in pushing forward Big Data strategies and projects. IDC believes Big Data and Hadoop enthusiasts must work together to lift the level of awareness to open the door to analytics projects and programs that will eventually play major roles in the public sector.
"We are entering the age of the Internet of Things, where devices and monitors and control modules will use real-time data to take action without human involvement. We are also entering the age of cognitive systems, whereby massive volumes of data get crunched through algorithms to automate decision making. Given its wealth of data, the public sector is ideally suited to take the lead in areas such as transportation, environmental monitoring, public health and safety, medical diagnoses, and administration and services in education and government. In addition to mapping out the viability of Big Data projects, IT strategists need to create education programs explaining Hadoop, not just to other IT professionals, but also to elected officials and policy makers in order to make Big Data projects more approachable." - Research Manager Mark Yates, IDC CEMA