All data is big data now, says MapR

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All data is big data now, says MapR
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All data is big data now, says MapR

The focus now is making applications agile, says SVP Jack Norris

The term big data has lost its usefulness, according to Jack Norris, SVP data and applications, at one of the quintessential big data companies MapR. "It's become so inclusive that it's all data...

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