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In a recent WSJ guest column, the author argued against CIOs makingdata-driven decisions. I couldn't think of any more wrong-headed advice.
Read my full commentary on the Ness Software Engineering Services blog.
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October 04, 2012 in Big Data | Permalink
Big Data, CIOs
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