Teach Me How to Start a Big Data Partnership. All About Data Management in the Twittersphere. Plus Cloud Arichtecture and End User Development

Community Manager By Community Manager October 19, 2012

Weekly Wrap up – 10/1/2012 – 10/05/2012

This week’s bloggers roll up their sleeves as Bill Schmarzo (How We Teach Customers to Use Big Data) explains that if you give a customer numbers, they write a report for a day.  If you teach a customer to use big data, you start the partnership of a lifetime. In  Wait, You Just Got Twitter? Peter Kraatz speaks out about his reemergence into the Twittersphere and how great data management can be tested out at home.  Wanye Pauley asks, “Do your cloud architects posses the 3 critical elements necessary for success?” in his video blog, Trust, GRC and Business: 3 Critical Elements for Cloud Architects.  Choong Keng Leong seems to answer with his article on how end user development can generate more torque and security out of your computing services.  Alan Walsh drives the week home with his break-down of EMC’s proven track record and continued growth in the area of hugs for customers (in the form of phenomenal customer service) in Continuous Improvement on a Global Scale.


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