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How Can SMEs Benefit from Big Data? Challenges and a Path Forward
- S. Coleman, R. Göb, G. Manco, A. Pievatolo, X. Tort-Martorell, M. Reis
- Business, Computer ScienceQual. Reliab. Eng. Int.
- 1 October 2016
This paper identifies barriers to SME uptake of big data analytics and recognises their complex challenge to all stakeholders, including national and international policy makers, IT, business management and data science communities.
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