Not All Data Types Are Equally Useful

Here's how to separate 'smart data' from 'not-so-smart data'

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Big Data is big, in part, because no one throws anything away. It’s also worth noting that “big” doesn’t always spell “better” (it may spell “clunky” though).

Stephen is president and chief consultant at Willow Data Strategy.
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