Computer forensic services is a young and fast-growing discipline. The field has organically grown from the critical and important roles that computers play in our day-to-day lives. Those who are criminally responsible or negligent also use computers to commit cyber-crimes.
In today’s computers-centric world, we are becoming increasingly reliant on technology: we connect to servers through networks to access storage sites, which house our information, so we can collaborate, automate and meet deadlines. We work more productively, open-up closed borders and make the world more interconnected.
The name “big” in big data can be off-putting for small to medium-sized business (SMBs). In a leveled playing ground, big businesses should not be monopolizing big data. Many midsize companies erroneously believe that big data is out of their reach and do not fully appreciate the game-changing potential and its attainability.
What is Big Data? Big data is an evolving global term that describes a voluminous amount of aggregated, complex data that cannot be processed by conventional database management tools. The data is extracted, formulated and sourced from structured, semi-structured and unstructured strains. In short, big data is data that can no longer be analyzed or managed by traditional technologies.