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The Big Data Gold Rush

June 21, 2012 No Comments

For decades we have been focusing on the architecture of data; now the time has come to turn our attention to the economics of data. . .

It is a tired cliché that Silicon Valley and high tech revolution resemble the 1849 California Gold Rush. But, at the dawn of the Big Data era, that analogy may be more true than ever. . . not to the Gold Rush itself, but to what came immediately thereafter.

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