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TIBCO CTO: The Data Universe Requires A Whole 'Spectrum Of Analytics'

The Internet of Things is of course full of a massive variety of compute systems and networking devices, if they are not integrated to work together then they can not communicate – and that’s a bad thing, obviously. But data integration comes in many forms and works across many computing environments, so stepping inside the integration vortex will help us understand more about the data universe around us.
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