Looking at the importance of external data sources.
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Enterprise 2.0 has arrived; it’s just not evenly distributed.
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Maybe Big Data can bring some degree of sanity to an industry sorely lacking it.
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You don’t need anyone’s permission to get started with Big Data.
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When you can no longer blame legacy applications.
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Learn what I learned.
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Clouds and open source are very topical. Read why.
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Many have predicted that 2010 will be the year of Enterprise 2.0. Will it be?
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Consider dropping non-essential features for the good of the project and the organization.
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Building on to the foundation of a poorly designed system is never wise; shore it up before adding on. — Why New Systems Fail
Building on to the foundation of a poorly designed system is never wise; shore it up before adding on.
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