The Role of Big Data and Cloud Computing for Technology Based Business

Assoc. Prof. Leon Abdillah

The Role of Big Data and Cloud Computing for Technology Based Business

L.A. Abdillah, et al., “The Role of Big Data and Cloud Computing for Technology Based Business,” in International Conference on Education and Technology (ICEduTech2017), Novotel Hotel, Balikpapan, Indonesia, 2017.

Abstracts

Modern digital life have been produce giant data in every sectors. This big data need new approach as cloud computing term. The combination of these two technology have been used by SMEs. Smartphones enable the dissemination of the applications to customers around the world. Three most popular sectors in adopting big data and cloud computing are market places business, online transportation, and online travel agents. The study showed that the adoption of big data and cloud computing gained big success for SMEs.

Keywords: Big Data; Cloud Computing; Technology-Based Business.

Conclusions

Big data and cloud computing has been proved to have a significant role in supporting the development of the business world. Through cloud computing, the cost of IT for many company’s business are reduced significantly. Cloud computing technology open new challenges for business in many sectors (market places, transportation, travel agent, etc.). Cloud computing adoption by SME’s e-commerce [30] will make significant changes in the business enterprises.All cloud computing-based businesses can be accessed using smartphones, both based on the iPhone and Andorid. Furthermore, all current modern marketplaces businesses have access to the most popular social media like facebook [31]. Combination of cloud computing, big data and social technologies [32] have been reached millions of people around the world.

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