Vivek Kundra, the federal chief information officer, who spoke in a town-hall style meeting at OGI's Conference last week, said agencies need to prepare over the next five years for an explosion of new data that will be created partly because of emerging Web 2.0 technologies, "This notion of thinking about data in a structured, relational database is dead," Kundra said. "Some of the most valuable information is going to live in video, blogs and audio, and it is going to be unstructured inherently."
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