by Andrew Pachter The Economist The Economist November 15, 2017The Economist/Business Insider The Russians are going big on data analytics.
The government has been building its own big data platform, which will make data available to businesses and consumers on demand.
The aim is to democratise data collection and consumption.
The platform will be called Storify, and it’s part of a wider initiative called “Big Data Russia”.
It’s the latest sign of a renewed commitment to data-driven economic policy in Russia.
Russian government data collection is the largest in the world, and the government is keen to collect more of it.
It is also looking to create new tools to help businesses and citizens manage and share data.
The Storified platform will allow businesses and their customers to see what data they have been collecting and the tools that are available to them.
Data is a big part of Russia’s economy.
In 2017, the government collected some 17,000 gigabytes of data, and its budget for big data amounted to more than a billion rubles ($22 million).
It is currently the largest country in the EU with a data center, and according to recent statistics, it will be the largest server farm by volume.
Storification will be a central part of that effort.
“Storified will provide users with an opportunity to explore the data, create customised data visualisations and manage data in a way that’s similar to how companies work with customers,” said Alexander Vardanyuk, the chief data officer for the government of St. Petersburg, who is leading the project.
“The idea is that businesses and users will be able to easily access the data that they need and be able manage it.”
Storifying is a data-based platform where businesses can make use of data to better understand the market, its products and services, and to improve their services and product offerings.
The new data sharing will allow for better business insights and better insights for consumers.
Data will be collected by a data portal, which is a digital portal where data can be accessed and managed by a company or individual.
Data collected on the platform will automatically be stored and used by the platform, and data will be shared across the government, private companies and public entities.
“We’re building the Storific platform on the basis of the idea that the market has a huge amount of information that we need to manage and use,” said Vardifaryuk.
The idea is to create a data ecosystem that will give citizens the opportunity to easily use the information they collect and use it to improve themselves and the country’s economy, Varditiyuk added.
Storing data is part of Storification’s core platform.
Data that’s already in the system is stored in a central server, and customers will be allowed to upload new data as they see fit.
The data portal will be used to collect and store the data and data users will share.
Users will be given access to a search engine that will allow them to browse data about the market and its products, and a dashboard to provide real-time statistics on data trends.
The team is also building a platform for people to share their data.
It will allow users to share data, including demographic data, geographic data, business activity, product sales, job market and more.
The company plans to integrate Storifies analytics data with a variety of other data sources, such as social networks and news sources, Vardiyan said.
Data in Storifiers platform will also be shared with other government departments and public sector bodies, including the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which has access to the data.
Vardiiyuk said Storifiys main aim is not to replace existing systems or create new ones, but to “create new models and new tools that will enable businesses to manage data better and for consumers to make more informed decisions about their own data”.
“The Storifications project will enable Storivians to better manage data,” Vardivyuk said.
“This project will allow Stories users to have more control over their data, as well as their access to data.
We hope that by using this platform, Storisfilians will also become more efficient and more productive, making the Stoibros [stoibro] system better and more efficient.”
In a recent interview with The Economist, Varrifiyuk described Storiza as a “data platform that will facilitate the data sharing of citizens and businesses”.
“This platform is an example of how the state is able to manage the data of the Russian market,” Vardasaid.
“If we want to manage our data better, we should use Stor.
It’s an opportunity for us to have a better understanding of the market.”
A data portal is one of the tools Storilians is developing.
The portal will allow consumers to search for, view and share the data they are interested in.
Consumers will also have the ability