New York, March 21, 2012 -- Can a hosted, cloud-based data analysis service really serve up insight from terabyte-scale swaths of uploaded information in near real-time?

Google thinks so, or at least is giving the premise a good run through. Google's BigQuery, a beta program that lets users use Google's own tools and structural expertise to analyze data was further revealed at the GigaOM Structure Data conference held in New York City this week.

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