Big Data Institution: Name: Date: Q3 Big Data Introduction The big data is basically a new technology of a set of data that are characteristically highly complex and voluminous that the other forms of traditional data software are not able to accommodate. The big data is thus a technological term that is utilized to describe large amounts of information which could be either structured or unstructured and that tend flood an organization on a daily basis. However the volumes of data availed by actual owner of the information and data that is to be analyzed existence or lack of limits to the specific types of references that can be made and or what the decisions are that can be ethically executed about the individuals son the bases of the inferences provided. Work Cited John Walker Saint. "Big data: A revolution that will transform how we live work and think." (2014): 181-183. Manyika James et al. "Big data: The next frontier for innovation competition and productivity." (2011). [...]
Q3 Please write an introduction of about 500 words to big data for an audience of city managers, based on the three NIST documents. Be sure to answer the following questions. What is big data? What characteristics of big data make it differ from enterprise data? How can we identify software to handle big data? What practical issues do individuals and organizations face in stewardship of big data? What ethical issues do individuals and organizations face in stewardship of big data?