The Bleeding Edge of Data
Big data isn’t just for big companies, Annalect’s Scott Hagedorn says. You’re ready for big data when you have a strategy for how to use it.
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The Next Web
- Time may be confusing the number of social mentions with social significance, Pat Wechsler and Colby Vogt argue.
- Dov Seidman tells companies consumers will cut them slack if they are authentically on a journey to better values.
- Ex-European Commissioner Günter Verheugen discusses Europe’s take on the German elections and U.S. government hijinks.
- FTC senior counsel Peder Magee, author of the agency's 2012 best-practices guide on data privacy, says consumers need to be wary.
- McGraw Hill’s Cindy Braddon lays out the corporate case for how to nurture big data and protect consumer privacy.
- Two years ago, we barely knew big data existed. Now, Annalect’s Scott Hagedorn tells companies why they shouldn’t live without it.
- As state health exchanges open, GMMB’s Alison Betty and David Smith discuss the difficult task ahead teaching the uninsured about health insurance.
- AT&T’s Brooks Thomas describes how a social-listening platform has changed the way people do—and see—their jobs.
- Your company may not even know how much it needs programmatic advertising. Don't worry. Accuen’s Matt Harty can tell you all about it.
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