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I have been hearing from a few people who now think the term “big data” caught on a little too fast. Nobody is fighting it and can’t anyway; the term is embedded in the data lexicon and will stick in magazine, vendor and analyst headlines for a good long time.

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Comments (3)
Data should be as small as possible, but no smaller.
Posted by Paul W | Wednesday, July 25 2012 at 11:39AM ET
And to Paul W post,, the target too should be as small as possible but no smaller than it needs to be. That is the bulk of all this data is trash to the analytics
Posted by James H | Tuesday, August 07 2012 at 5:21PM ET
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