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    Who is the original, quintessential, data-driven business? A number of candidates come to mind. But two of the most obvious, with very different models of how they use data, are Google and eBay. I’m... READ MORE
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    No, I’m not saying that big data is good for nothing. Nor am I referring to the privacy issues it creates, although they are very real and dangerous. What I’m saying is that the current mythology of... READ MORE
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    In my last post, I emphasized the central role of business transactions as the legally binding representation and long-term record of all business activity. It was for this reason that databases—... READ MORE
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    In every industry, there is an exception that proves the rule. Many builders, for example, are incredibly fastidious about the materials and disciplines they apply to making your home as energy... READ MORE
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    Moth: They have been at a great feast of languages, and stol'n the scraps. Costard: O, they have liv'd long on the alms-basket of words. Shakespeare, Love's Labor's Lost At least 80% of the... READ MORE
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    The British National Air Traffic Services (NATS) control center in Swanwick went down last Friday. Details here. Here’s what that looks like: Adhering to the old style of increasing capacity... READ MORE
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    Happy Holidays to The Business of Data readers. It's a new year and I'm seriously looking forward to delivering the goods in 2015. I am lining up a number of guest authors to kick off 2015. These... READ MORE
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    I am no Nostradamus but I do get to hang out with very smart technical people who have ideas about what’s going to be happening with the business of data in 2015. Here’s what I have heard is... READ MORE
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    What’s the perennial favorite New Year’s resolution? You guessed it, lose weight. No wonder the diet and weight loss industry is big business at more than $60 Billion in revenues for the USA alone... READ MORE
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    On Tuesday of this week, Forbes had a blog summarizing ten points for how Oracle claims they will be Number One in the cloud, surpassing competitors like Salesforce.com and Workday. The piece was... READ MORE
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    Let’s take a risk with this guest post! I’d like to pose a somewhat philosophical question with this first guest post: what do you think is the end game for the Business of Data? We’ve long seen a... READ MORE
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    Cloud computing and cloud applications are the most disruptive forces in today’s technology landscape. Having breezed through the hype cycle and entered maturity, the cloud now offers a wealth of... READ MORE

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