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11/15/2013 | 9:59:37 AM
Big Data in Public Sector
Interesting to note the added boost Big Data projects got this past week at a White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) event 11/12/13 introducing a slew of new big-data public-prviate sector collaboration projects -- http://twb.io/1bBpb01.  IBM used the occasion to reinforce its newly FedRAMP certified cloud for service for government  -- and also a new "Analytics Talent Assessment Tool, that lets universitiy students gauge thier readiness for big data analytics jobs.

 


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