Big data 2014: what a difference a year makes

John Leonard
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In the first of two features revealing the results of Computing research into big data adoption, John Leonard reports on the lessons IT leaders are learning as projects move from the theoretical to the practical

If 2013 was the year that the world at large woke up to big data, 2014 is when it rolled its sleeves up and started to put the theory into practice. This is apparent from the results of a wide-ranging...

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