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Data has certainly grown in size and in prominence in the past few years. Forget big data – we’re now in the realm of gargantuan data.
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These traditional analytics tools are great if you’re a business user who only needs static reports, or a technical expert with time to perform deep analytics.
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By Amy Chisam
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