I participated in a really rich Twitter chat yesterday on the topic of "Evolving integration and governance for big data" with thought leaders Jim Harris (@ocdqblog), James Kobielus (@jameskobielus), Tim Crawford (@tcrawford) and Richard Lee (@InfoMgmtExec).
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The first topic
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