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Information has always equalled power, but in 2016 it’s more accurate to replace the word ‘information’ with ‘data’. Sue Weekes investigates

Fri, 20 May 2016 | By Sue Weekes

 

FROM JUNE'S RECRUITER MAGAZINE

Information has always equalled power, but in 2016 it’s more accurate to replace the word ‘information’ with ‘data’. Sue Weekes investigates

While data is essentially information, its attributes make it much more...

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