How to start your big data project

Stuart Sumner
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'So it's all about the meerkats?' asked a heckler in the audience
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'So it's all about the meerkats?' asked a heckler in the audience

Experts at Computing's recent Big Data & IoT Summit discuss how to launch a big data project. Boards expect results, but not all projects deliver, so how should you deal with that?

Firms should start small with their big data projects, aim to deliver at least something early on, and ensure that they have buy-in at a senior level in the organisation. That's the advice of a panel...

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