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Call for papers is now open for Atlanta’s Big Data Week (April 22-28) – bigdataweek.com/callforpapers #bdw13ATL http://ow.ly/jzXzP

RT @tagthink: Ga. video game industry accounted for $1.6B last year http://t.co/uIIWptNmdf #WhereGALeads

Check out Tricia Malloy's (@wisdomdiva) free workshop next Thursday: http://ow.ly/jhS17

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Just finished a meeting with the Steering Committee for Discover Your Global Network - International Networking Day in Atlanta. February 7 at the Cobb Galleria

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Save The Date! 2/7/2013 - Discovering Your Global Network - Cobb Galleria http://ow.ly/gtOFq

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CCCBA Leadership Training - October 31, 2012
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November 11, 2012 (4 photos)
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Last Monday, November 5, was the Cobb Chamber's First Monday Breakfast, recognizing Teachers of the Year from the Cobb County and Marietta school districts. The Ed Voyles dealerships presented each teacher with a 1-year lease on a new vehicle - the Chrysler 200 convertible is a very attractive vehicle.

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On November 1, the TAG BI/EPM Society met at Maggiano's at Perimeter for a breakfast panel discussion on Business Intelligence Trends for 2013, which include Mobile, Security, Privacy, Ad Hoc and Self-Serve BI, Risk Management, and Agility. There was a lot of discussion of the role of "tool" vendors, who make products for the Business Intelligence space, and Data Management/Data Governance - one panelist noted the risk of "Garbage In, Gospel Out". There was an interesting tangent on Big Data trends, with the consensus being that eventually Big Data will just be Data - we're just not there yet in terms of Data Governance, skill sets, and toolkits.

A key observation: in the past, the issue was "Can we obtain the data we need to analyze a particular domain?". In the future (maybe today), the question will be "Can we ask the right questions, because we can get all the data we need to find the answer?".
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