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The Majority of Capital Markets Firms Lack a Big Data Strategy

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A majority of firms active in the capital markets do not have a big data strategy in place across the enterprise, according to a new report commissioned by Thomson Reuters and produced by Aite Group.

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Unless the big data metrics are aimed at retaining existing clients, they will soon run out of gas which fuels merely front office happiness. Part of the tasking would also need to involve a sturdy data storage, security and recovery process. An intuitive data backup helps build on the data acquisition gains (More here:http://ibm.co/1qOBpOW)
Posted by Eamon W | Thursday, August 21 2014 at 11:57PM ET
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