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  • Confused by big data hype? The buzzwords don’t help

    Buzzwords and big data hype distort the reality that gaining insights from data is hard work, writes Ethan Jewett.

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  • 2007: These buzzwords made our eyes and ears burn

    Which high-tech terms from 2007 did you want to see banished from the lexicon? Here are some of our picks for the most irksome buzzwords of this year.

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  • Kill the IT buzzwords

    IT analysts, executives and administrators list their least favorite tech words. If the comments give you a case of securanoia, you should probably avoid lists like this in the future.

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  • Nothing wrong with older, but reliable, technologies

    E-business buzzwords making you bristle? "Bleeding-edge" programmers got you boiling? If you think RPG isn't as dead as Latin, you're not alone. Greg Bohannon, an independent AS/400 consultant, e-mailed Search400.com last week after reading our Q&A with recruiter Ed Baldwin.

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  • Three cloud computing buzzwords I wish would go away

    Overused cloud computing buzzwords can sound like nails on a chalkboard. Even worse, catchphrases can contribute to confusion in the IT industry.

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  • Networking buzzwords – What to watch for in 2004

    Bandwidth constraints are becoming a thing of the past, while redundancy, virtualization and grid computing are becoming the new buzzwords. Here's a brief look at each.

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