The Big (C-Level) Data Conundrum

Why you’re closer than you think to fulfilling the “Big Data Promise”     So you’re a CEO – or CTO or CIO – of an enterprise that has made massive investments in data and analytics based on the heady…

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RDBMS vs. NoSQL: Data Flexibility

There is a long-standing debate about appropriateness of traditional RDBMS and NoSQL systems for different applications. One motivation for a non-RDBMS storage tier for an application is data flexibility. The conventional wisdom about applications like Tamr’s that work with a…

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Piketty Revisited: Improving Economics through Data Science

How Data Curation Can Enable More Faithful Data Science (In Much Less Time)   Thomas Piketty’s monumental Capital in the Twenty-First Century has deep challenges and lessons beyond the world of economics. In adhering to strict economic principles Piketty achieved the nearly…

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The Cambridge Start-Up Ecosystem: A Village and Its Leaders

  “It takes a village …” and a bold leader when it comes to supporting a start-up ecosystem. Mona Vernon is one of the best village leaders we could have. Mona and her colleagues at Thomson Reuters, like Wilbur Swan,…

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Boston Big Data Innovation Summit

Panel: Enterprise Data Unification in Practice September 26th, 1:45 – 2:45 ET Join Tamr’s panel at the Big Data Innovation Summit on Sept. 26, as Rich Miner (Google Ventures) discusses Enterprise Data Unification with Mona Vernon (Thomson Reuters), Martin Leach…

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Three Questions with Min Xiao — Tamr Field Engineering Lead

The first in a recurring series of posts featuring Tamr’s people answering thee questions about our aspirations and inspirations. Field Engineering Lead Min Xiao leads off … 1] In your wildest imagination, what problem or kind of customer problem can…

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