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Google is Definitely in the Big Data Business and Will Be Big

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At Google IO developer conference in San Francisco last month, Google introduced a slew of new products including Google Compute Engine. What wasn’t talked was Google’s big data play. Google is definitely in the Big Data business and Google will be the 800lb gorilla in the space.

Google has two major things going for it.

  1. Google has an amazing infrastructure and network inside their core operations;
  2. Google owns lots of data lets just say about 90% of the worlds data including information and people.

Google’s infrastructure strength and direction with big data will shape not only applications but the enterprise business.  Why?  Because Google can provide infrastructure and data to anyone who wants it.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Google is Definitely in the Big Data Business and Will Be Big- SiliconANGLE.com

     

 

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