№2, 2017

Rena T. Gasımova

The use of Big Data in the era of digital technologies may help to analyze some important data for solution of state and municipal problems and to increase the accuracy of future forecasts. The article explores the characteristics, advantages and opportunities of Big Data for the improvement of e-government services through more efficient use of communication and information technology. At the same time, it provides a number of recommendations on the use of Big Data in e-government (pp.83-89). 

Keywords:information society, information technology, Big Data, Big Data analytics, e-government, open data, open government, public administration.
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