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.
That’s partly because the topics around the term are entirely valid and timely. The problem is that “big” has become too confining a dimension for most of the discussion.
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