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A Different Big Data Definition and What Data Scientists Are and Do

Dr Rami Mukhtar cited by Divina Paredes reporting for PCAdvisor from Big Data Symposium in Sydney:

Big Data is the opportunity to really collect data sources, both big and small, in their source form, or their raw form, in one location or one place, unencumbered by the boundaries of a business or the boundaries of information silos across the business

Original title and link: A Different Big Data Definition and What Data Scientists Are and Do (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://mobile.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/enterprise/3349560/big-career-shift-big-data/