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The truth about data: Once it's out there, it's hard to control

Jeff Jonas on data ownership, security concerns, and privacy trade offs.

In a recent interview, Jeff Jonas, IBM distinguished engineer and chief scientist at IBM Entity Analytics, discussed the willingness of consumers to give away their data and the issues around data replication.

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One foot in college, one foot in business

One foot in college, one foot in business

Joe Hellerstein on how enterprise-academic partnerships can help open source.

Joe Hellerstein, a professor in the UC Berkeley science department, explains how a new partnership model is improving the professional development around an open source project.

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The "dying craft" of data on discs

Urban Mapping's Ian White on the shift toward data as a service.

Urban Mapping CEO Ian White discusses the changing way that data is being sold, and the move to providing data as a service.

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Backtype: Using big data to make sense of social media

Nathan Marz on the data tools that help marketers understand their social media efforts.

Nathan Marz of Backtype discusses his work with Hadoop, Cascading and Clojure.

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Big data faster: A conversation with Bradford Stephens

Big data faster: A conversation with Bradford Stephens

The founder of Drawn to Scale explains how his database platform does simple things quickly.

Bradford Stephens, founder of of Drawn to Scale, discusses big data systems that work in "user time."

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Big data, but with a familiar face

Big data, but with a familiar face

Martin Hall explains how Karmasphere is integrating Hadoop into enterprises.

You don't have to throw away existing investments in skills and tools to use Hadoop for big data, as Karmasphere's Martin Hall explains.

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Closing the gap between big data and people who need It

Stefan Groschupf on the 3 important steps for working with big data.

Datameer CEO Stefan Groschupf wants to reduce the distance between data analysis and data decisions.

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