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.

"Big Data" has been one of the most-used technology buzzwords of 2013. The market has seen rapid growth and change in the past year. We've seen Hadoop and the ecosystem around it evolve from a technology only very talented programmers and engineers could use to one usable by data scientists. Companies have begun to embrace big data technologies and put applications into production.

What lies ahead for 2014? Here are 12 predictions for what to expect in the big data trenches in the coming year.

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