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The Misperception of New Technology - Big Data Edition

Big Data is the answer. It will provide the new customer insights to propel your company to the market leader and do so faster, cheaper, and utilize your existing resources. 849 more words


Journey to the East! An Introduction to the Growth of Tennis in Asia

The Michael Chang Effect

In 1989, Michael Chang became the first player of Asian descent to win a grand slam title at the French Open. At 5 foot 9 inches (small by tennis standards), he proved that size isn’t everything – demonstrating that you can compensate with speed, a sharp intellect, and heart to endure the two weeks of a Grand Slam and end in the winner’s circle. 412 more words



Tons of data are being generated everyday and it is hard to get all the valuable data in a structured way to be easily managed and analysed. 335 more words


Game Set Map: A Cartographer's Guide to Data Visualization in Tennis

Game Set Map

One of the most beautiful and interesting applications of data mining and analytics is Game Set Map – a site dedicated to applying tools like GIS and data visualization to tennis. 206 more words


Charting a New Course: The Importance of Big Data in Tennis

Match Charting

One of the most helpful tools for tennis players in competitive play is having their match charted by a coach or a teammate. Charting a match consists of marking down on a scorecard, point by point, what worked and what didn’t over the course of play. 328 more words


Why the heck do we need SAN (storage area networks) !?

Yes, I know some of you will say SAN (FC, iSCSI, etc.) is here to stay, and in some enterprises storage pros will explain why it’s faster and better and why the high TCO and complexity are inevitable. 1,120 more words