Data lakes are a means of storing data using its native format in a manner that allows for both structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data to be compared and analyzed in the same place; with the added benefit of being used as a sandbox where data relations can be explored. Data lakes are great if you’re new to analyzing and storing data, and allows for greater agility, flexibility, and ease when it comes to identifying trends, and more.
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Automating air traffic control
British airports are looking to automate air traffic control on a broad scale. Already in use in Sweden, systems like these are promising to be less expensive and more efficient than ever before.
In the ever-changing business environment, there’s been a lot of talk about cloud computing. Questions like, “What is it? Where is it? Is it one small service, or many little services? Does the cloud make sense for my business?”