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TechViews: 3 Big Data problems for businesses in 2014, 5 critical considerations for privacy in the public cloud, A BYOD infographic and more!

Privacy and security concerns continue to cloud, so to speak, the value proposition for cloud computing, but others argue we have barely scratched the surface on cloud computing adoption. This week's TechViews covers the latest in cloud news, big data, DevOps and more.

 

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