How to Use Your Endless Stream of Big Data as an Asset

MARIUS MOSCOVICI | April 26, 2016

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With billions of data points being generated every day, some companies don’t know what to do with big data -- and that’s understandable. It’s difficult to manage all of it, but it’s impossible to ignore. This obvious opportunity leaves a large percentage of executives concerned that their information isn’t correctly represented and entrepreneurs struggling to find a way forward.

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