To improve Intel’s business intelligence (BI), Intel IT is developing the systems and skills for analyzing big data. A major portion of this data consists of the large, unstructured data sets that constitute up to 90 percent of enterprise data. The ability to mine and analyze big data, in any form, from many sources, gives us deeper and richer insights into business patterns and trends, helping drive operational efficiencies and competitive advantage in manufacturing, security, marketing, and IT.
Intel IT’s strategy and expectations.
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