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10 things you shouldn't expect big data to do

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10 things you shouldn't expect big data to do

Many business leaders have embraced big data initiatives expecting miracles, only to discover that big data introduces new complexities -- and that reaping the benefits requires a lot more effort than they anticipated.

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