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Bigger, Cheaper, Faster Data in the Cloud

Bigger, Cheaper, Faster Data in the Cloud

“The kind of data science that worked for President Obama is coming to cloud computing, and working at a speed faster than the president ever saw.”

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Discovery Makes Big Data Deal With Civis

Discovery Makes Big Data Deal With Civis

“Discovery Communications said it jumped into the big data game with an exclusive partnership with Civis Analytics. Civis will provide predictive analytics that will help Discovery make better marketing, media, development and scheduling decisions for all of Discovery’s networks…”

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A Formula to Find the Uninsured Around the Country

A Formula to Find the Uninsured Around the Country

“Enroll America is an organization with a big job: to find the uninsured around the country and persuade them to sign up for health insurance. It needed a good way to find them. The group wanted to be ready for outreach efforts in 2013 before the major coverage expansion provisions of the Affordable Care Act went live in January of this year.”

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GMMB and Civis Analytics Join to Offer Data Powered Advertising

GMMB and Civis Analytics Join to Offer Data Powered Advertising

“Two of the consulting firms responsible for President Obama’s 2012 reelection victory have renewed their partnership and are marketing their services to down-ballot campaigns and causes. Together Democratic ad firm GMMB and data firm Civis Analytics offer “the most sophisticated media targeting, planning and placement services anywhere,”…”

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Google’s Eric Schmidt Invests in Obama’s Big Data Brains

Google’s Eric Schmidt Invests in Obama’s Big Data Brains

“During the 2012 campaign, Barack Obama’s reelection team had an underappreciated asset: Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt. He helped recruit talent, choose technology, and coach the campaign manager, Jim Messina, on the finer points of leading a large organization…”

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