Shortlist announced for 2018 Big Data Excellence Awards

Tom Allen
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Did you make the cut?

The shortlist for the 2018 Big Data Excellence Awards is now live. Data is crucial in today's business world, and how you handle it will often determine your success as a company - especially wi...

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