Terrence Craig Peeks Inside “Big Data” In His Book Privacy and Big Data

Terrence Craig, co-author of PRIVACY AND BIG DATA

Terence Craig is CEO and CTO of PatternBuilders, a Big Data Analytics solutions and services company.

He has an extensive background in building, implementing, and selling analytically-driven enterprise applications across such diverse domains as enterprise resource planning (ERP), professional services automation (PSA), and semi-conductor process control and analytics in both public and private companies.

Terence is also a speaker, a blogger (on all things big data and analytics plus lots of other stuff), and co-author of Privacy and Big Data.

Never shy to share his opinion, Terence had this to say during a round table discussion at pii2011: “It used to be that it took weeks to accumulate that data. Now technology allows stupid people to be stupid much faster.”

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