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What is Data Quality? « The Data Blog

Data quality is often regarded as having several aspects: Accuracy – Completeness Consistency Timeliness – What is Data Quality? « The Data Blog Blogged with the Flock Browser

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Startup Pushes Hadoop via Spreadsheet « Enterprise Information Management

Startup Pushes Hadoop via Spreadsheet « Enterprise Information Management Hadoop through a spreadheet! For more, click the link above! Blogged with the Flock Browser

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Web Services, SOA, BPM, and Cloud Computing – IX

A discussion on web services, SOA, BPM and Cloud Computing would be incomplete without a post on grid computing.

Wikipedia starts their article on grid computing by saying that “Grid computing is the combination of computer resources from multiple administrative domains for a common goal.”

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No SQL

Image via Wikipedia A post on no-sql or rather, non-relational databases. So if you’re not a fan of relational algebra, these are for you. Just kidding! Have a great week! Related articles by Zemanta The Role of the Database in

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