Learn how to assess data storage and processing abilities. This can include software, hardware, and talent. Hardware, software, and skilled people are all required to perform data analysis.
- Whenever you're working with data, you need to make sure … that you have the right tools to get the job done … before you start your analysis. … This includes a few different elements. … First, there's the processing power. … This includes the hardware, the software, … and the people on your team. … And of course, don't forget the storage capabilities … and the budget. … Not all of these items are cheap and many of them … can be quite expensive. … Although storage has gotten cheaper over time, … to hire extremely talented people who are capable … of analyzing data and teasing out the implications, … that can be quite expensive. … Additionally, processing power, … which had been getting cheaper over many, many years … as a process of something called Moore's Law, … has slowed down. … That means if you need to do more processing, … that might become more expensive, … especially for very large datasets. … As for hardware, again, if you want the best … hardware overall, that's going to be much more expensive. …
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