Big Data down under

By David Binning on Jun 5, 2012 9:23 AM
Filed under Communications

A faint but heavy rumble emanating form the horizon, big data is a force that few organisations will be able to ignore for long.

The enormous and exponential quantities of unstructured data now being generated, largely via powerful modes of digital communication such as social media, but also by the burgeoning armies of intelligent and connected devices and machines powering industry, is creating new repositories of ...
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