Entries Tagged as 'data'
by Doug Laney | November 13, 2013 | Comments Off
Many vendors and pundits have attempted to augment Gartner’s original “3Vs” from the late 1990s with clever(?) “V”s of their own. However, the 3Vs were intended to define the proportional dimensions and challenges specific to big data. Other “V”s like veracity, validity, value, viability, etc. are aspirational qualities of all data, not definitional qualities of [...]
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by Doug Laney | August 15, 2012 | 4 Comments
Tobin’s q is a simple ratio first posited by Nobel-winning American economist James Tobin in the 1960s to understand the relationship between a company’s market value and the replacement value of its assets. Analysis shows that this quotient has been growing since financial statements were standardized following the Great Depression. Smoothing economic boom and bust [...]
Category: Uncategorized Tags: big data, data, infonomics, information, information assets, information management