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From Big Data to Smart Data

Advances in Information Systems Set Volume 1

Fernando Iafrate, Disneyland Paris, France

ISBN: 9781848217553

Publication Date: March 2015   Hardback   88 pp.

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This book embodies a pragmatic approach to the topic of Big Data (the what it is) and Smart Data (the what for). The author explores the relationship between the two concepts by comparing and contrasting them in the context of a connected world where information technologies are perpetually evolving.
By defining Big Data and Smart Data through the use concrete examples, the author demystifies these concepts and establishes them as real and current topics in the field of Business Intelligence, as well as within the computer industry.
Using a didactic and progressive approach, whilst avoiding technical language where possible, this books aims to spark the interest of both general and more specialist readers by discussing Big Data and Smart Data as processes involving great creativity, in terms of both the architecture supporting the system and its implementation within business processes.


1. What is Big Data?
2. What is Smart Data?
3. Zero Latency Organization.
4. Summary by Example.

About the Authors

Fernando Iafrate is head of the Business Intelligence department at Disneyland Paris, France. He is also a lecturer at Paris Dauphine University, Electronic Business Group and Grenoble School of Management in France, and Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School in Belgium.


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