Data Related Quotes



“It is designed to give [service providers] and users a better handle on the volumes of data going through their networks so that they can try and stop the bad traffic closer to the source.”

Charles Kolodgy


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“However, we are reaching a point on the calendar when the data should be settling down and there is no indication that the number of new filers is poised to move back to the 310,000 to 340,000 range that prevailed in 2005 prior to the hurricanes.”

Stephen Stanley


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“The market may feel more positively on the data from next week and onwards.”

Kazunori Jinnai


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“Data is a leader's best friend, but a poser's worst enemy.”

Orrin Woodward


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“In most cases, mobile users are searching for spur-of-the-moment data, like a local restaurant or directions.”

Whit Andrews


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“The data on the real side of the economy supports rate hikes.”

David Keeble


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“With ample evidence of extreme competition in U.S. (long-distance) and data markets, we believe current 2001 expectations will prove aggressive and we are reducing our estimates and target.”

Daniel Fletcher


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“This is really groundbreaking. We were very surprised by this data.”

Frank Sacks


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“Financial services executives in banking, brokerage and insurance firms certainly understand the data that they create and manage every day has great importance to critical tasks like compliance reporting. But bad data can have an even greater impact throughout the broader enterprise -- especially with revenue generation or customer satisfaction and loyalty programs. In addition to a powerful educational opportunity, the town hall atmosphere gives financial executives a rare chance to pose their questions and data challenges to two of the industry's most recognized data experts, and share best practices approaches with their peers.”

Chris Colbert


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“The most striking aspect of the data this year was the intensity or volume of the decreases. This is the largest single-year decrease in the raw numbers of deaths that we've seen since the 1940s.”

Arialdi Minino


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