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declanchase2
4 weeks ago

And what chance do they have?

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tpatterson
13 weeks ago

Looking for key areas to focus on when planning our big data strategy this year. Top challenges. Best practices.

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merry
13 weeks ago

What are the big data trends to watch in 2014?  Also looking for market forecast data/breakdown for 2014. Anyone have anything handy? Thanks!

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bellen
13 weeks ago

I'm looking for a high-level overview of available data analytics packages available to help with the hiring process. If not that, then any resource on the...

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nrichmond
14 weeks ago

Are there any examples out there for how small businesses are using big data? Any other resources that might be useful would also be appreciated. Thanks!

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tom
tom
14 weeks ago
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Paul Calento
14 weeks ago

There are plenty of use cases for Big Data, but lack-of-(internal) skills can inhibit. What is a good point of entry for beginning a Big Data project to...

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Paul Calento
24 weeks ago

"Converged infrastructure projects can be paralyzed by:1. Inability to converge disparate infrastructure elements because the platforms were never designed...

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