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Catherine Bessant hates the phrase "Big Data."

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Comments (1)
I totally agree, and the business leads of information and technology are guilty of using terms that end up segregating the users from the data and information they need to make intelligent decisions, rather than empower the users to embrace and make good use of these tools.
Posted by Ibukun A | Sunday, May 05 2013 at 3:07PM ET
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