In Pictures: 12 Big Data predictions for 2014

It's been one of the big buzzwords of 2013, but what does 2014 have in store for Big Data? CIO.com looks at 12 ways the technology and the market will evolve in the coming year.

From Big Data to Extreme Data The volume, velocity and variety of data will continue to grow exponentially in 2014, simpler analytics tools will be needed to leverage the "data deluge."

"It's more than the three Vs—volume, velocity, and variety—that make big data such a difficult tiger to tame," the IEEE says. "It's that the technology world hasn't quite caught up with the need for trained data scientists and the demand for easy-to-use tools that can give industries—from financial and insurance companies to marketing, healthcare, and scientific research organizations—the capability to put the data they gather into meaningful perspective. The current era of extreme data requires new paradigms and practices in data management and analytics, and in 2014 the race will be on to establish leaders in the space."

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