Big Data is much bigger than you think

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Commissioned by Platfora, the study involved 120 interviews with director-level or higher individuals who are decision makers and implementers of big data analytics tools and platforms at U.S.-based organizations of at least 1,000 employees. The findings are summarized in this astonishing infographic.

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