Big Data Summit 2014 - Keeping your data lake pure and secure

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Intel's Richard Pilling explains how to ensure your structured and unstructured data is of high quality, and stored safely

Richard Pilling, EMEA chief architect for big data, Intel, explains how to ensure your structured and unstructured data is of high quality, and stored safely. This was filmed at Computing's rece...

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