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“Big Data, Big Decisions, Big Impact" - Michael Dell speaks with IWTV at Web 2.0 Summit

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc., speaks with IWTV about how to distill Big Data into something meaningful and translate it into customers. David Berlind interviews Dell while at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, 2011.

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11/27/2011 | 3:23:37 PM
re: “Big Data, Big Decisions, Big Impact" - Michael Dell speaks with IWTV at Web 2.0 Summit
Short blog here from Forrester reminding organizations that they need to be careful not to get so caught up with the big data push that they drown themselves in a flood of information. As Dell said, what you really want is to be able to have the data you need to make better decisions.
http://blogs.forrester.com/jam...
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