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What's new in Hadoop Security?

by Joerg Fritsch  |  April 17, 2015

2014 was a big year for Hadoop security. After a number of acquisitions, some exciting TIT FOR TAT strategies between vendors and the entry of established DAP ( = Database...

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Fads, FUDs and Data Lakes

by Joerg Fritsch  |  August 8, 2014

In short, this blog entry is about using innovation. I am quite surprised by the amount of discussion going on around Data Lakes at the moment. Somehow these arguments are...

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Ask These Three Questions Before You Invest in Mobile Commerce

by Jennifer Polk  |  July 22, 2014

Mobile commerce is on the rise. According to Gartner’s survey on marketing’s role in  digital commerce, mobile commerce makes up 22% of digital commerce revenue. You should be thinking seriously...

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Big Data Quantity vs. Quality

by Svetlana Sicular  |  May 22, 2014

Increasing adoption of big data technologies brings about the big data dilemmas: Quality vs. quantity Truth vs. trust Correction vs. curation Ontology vs. anthology Data profiling, cleansing or matching in Hadoop or...

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Wall Street is Hiring for Big Data

by Svetlana Sicular  |  April 28, 2014

Big data finally reached Wall Street. Not for small science experiments, but seriously, in grand style, with exorbitant salaries, for production and DevOps. A couple of years ago, Silicon Valley companies...

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Look ma no perimeter!

by Joerg Fritsch  |  February 16, 2014

In October 2013 I was very surprised when I read that the Jericho Forum had declared success and chose to “sunset”. A statement published by The Open Group ( declares...

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Word of the Next Year

by Svetlana Sicular  |  December 27, 2013

Selfie is the word of 2013. Or maybe, it isn’t. There are other winners: (data) science, privacy and geek.  The latter wins for acquiring a more positive image, together with...

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Batman on Big Data

by Doug Laney  |  November 13, 2013


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Data Privacy, Security and Data-Driven Marketing Under Fire

by Jake Sorofman  |  October 7, 2013

It’s for no particular reason that my last few posts have been somewhat ominous in tone, hinting at the rise of the machines and a world where all that’s knowable...

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All That Happens Must Be Known

by Jake Sorofman  |  September 30, 2013

There’s a lot of discussion these days about the privacy tradeoff that comes with our digital lives. Generally, the argument says that, by and large, consumers give up more than they get in...

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