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Who Should be in Charge of Big Data Analytics: the CIO, CFO, or a Specialist?

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Companies disagree about whether chief financial officers, chief information officers or other individuals should be in charge of big data analysis, according to a report by Mu Sigma.  Forty-four percent of respondents say they use a centralized approach to big data management, but some companies use an individual or federated model.  James Bourne explains.

To read the full article in CloudTech, click: Who Should be in Charge of Big Data Analytics: the CIO, CFO, or a Specialist?

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