Big Data’s Big Benefits: How Managing Data Can Mitigate Risk

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Clinical Leader, Outsourced Pharma and Pharmaceutical Online, October 8, 2013 Dr. Werner Hopf Few would argue that the age of Big Data has arrived. Businesses across virtually every industry especially the Life Sciences sector–are witnessing an explosion in the amount of data being created and therefore managed. Whether it is analytical, operational, transactional, structured or unstructured, more data is being created and stored today than at any other point in human history. While much debate is taking place about the potential value of analyzing these vast stores of information to identify research trends, businessin efficiencies and even predict future behavior, the simple truth remains that there are very practical problems related to having large amounts of data, and accessing the data, which should concern Life Sciences executives. Download_PDF

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Big Data’s Big Benefits: How Managing Data Can Mitigate Risk

Clinical Leader, Outsourced Pharma and Pharmaceutical Online, October 8, 2013
Dr. Werner Hopf

Few would argue that the age of Big Data has arrived. Businesses across virtually every industry especially the Life Sciences sector–are witnessing an explosion in the amount of data being created and therefore managed. Whether it is analytical, operational, transactional, structured or unstructured, more data is being created and stored today than at any other point in human history. While much debate is taking place about the potential value of analyzing these vast stores of information to identify research trends, businessin efficiencies and even predict future behavior, the simple truth remains that there are very practical problems related to having large amounts of data, and accessing the data, which should concern Life Sciences executives.

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