The most recent Big Data news from TechWeekEurope. Analytics in real time without sampling, Big Data promises to revolutionise areas including customer services and smart cities. But what’s the reality? We check the latest developments in products and services

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Retail sector currently utilising data analytics the best, according to EMC’s Big Data League

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Snowflake arrives with its cloud data warehouse answer to established players like Amazon and Hadoop

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WTA Tour to provide tennis players with in-match stats during coaching matches, based on SAP analytics platform

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Businesses can analyse contextual relationships between people, products, and processes in new ways to discover powerful insights

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Connected devices, cloud computing and big data can all help improve transport systems and cut costs, according to the Institution of Engineering and Technology

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IBM's Watson artificial intelligence technology is now being used to bring predictive analytics to the masses

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Crimestoppers announces 20 percent increase in information on cannabis cultivation following summer Scratch and Sniff campaign

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CEO Brian Krzanich presents 'smart' fashion accessories with Intel inside, while SVP Dyane Bryant reminds that all new devices still rely on servers

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EMC’s Isilon and Syncplicity solutions deployed to enable better storage and sharing of data – and help Ducati make the best use of its information technology assets

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Robert Gordon University targets big data analytics for the oil and gas sector, with launch of data technologies centre

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