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 +====== Group'​s questionnaire answered ======
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 ====== Course questions ====== ====== Course questions ======
  
 **1. Why is Big Data a tool that is here to stay and not be replaced by others?** **1. Why is Big Data a tool that is here to stay and not be replaced by others?**
  
-//This questions is important because it remarks the trends and technologies behind Big data, the person able to relate trends, technology and future of Big Data shows good understanding of the topic//+//This questions is important because it remarks the trends and technologies behind Big data, the person able to relate trends, technology and future of Big Data shows good understanding of the topic.//
  
 **2. As an internet user, under which terms would you agree to have your data re-utilized by companies?​** **2. As an internet user, under which terms would you agree to have your data re-utilized by companies?​**
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 **4. Are there benefits of working for a SME in comparison than with a Large enterprise?​** **4. Are there benefits of working for a SME in comparison than with a Large enterprise?​**
  
-//The book discusses two possible paths, either large corporations or startups, but there are still a wide range of companies that do not fit in the description,​ the Small and Medium Enterprises,​ that in a developing economy normally constitute between 40% and 60% of the GDP//+//The book discusses two possible paths, either large corporations or startups, but there are still a wide range of companies that do not fit in the description,​ the Small and Medium Enterprises,​ that in a developing economy normally constitute between 40% and 60% of the GDP.//