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Mahesh Kumar

Mahesh Kumar is the vice president of strategy of BDNA Corporation, creator of Technopedia, the world’s largest IT reference catalog, with more than 450,000 hardware and software products listed from over 11,000 vendors.

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Today's Big Data Challenge Stems From Variety, Not Volume or Velocity Today's Big Data Challenge Stems From Variety, Not Volume or Velocity Today's Big Data Challenge Stems From Variety, Not Volume or Velocity Today's Big Data Challenge Stems From Variety, Not Volume or Velocity


Too many IT departments throw everything they have at the issues of data volume and velocity, forgetting to address the fundamental issue...

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