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Big Data

Never before have we collected data the way we do today. In this so-called Information Age, everything is tracked and digitized. Traditional IT systems can’t process the massive data sets we’re producing, so engineers are developing new systems for that purpose. But even if we manage to acquire, store and process this never-ending stream of incoming data, one question remains: How will that information be used?

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