Where There’s Muck, There’s Brass

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Max Bowie, Editor, Inside Market Data

There is an old saying in northern England—“Where there’s muck, there’s brass”—meaning that there is money to be made from the dirtiest jobs. In financial technology, I think of that—no offence intended—as people with their sleeves rolled up installing servers and wiring patch cables. And while this may not be the sexiest line of work, network and datacenter technologies are a critical part of any data strategy.

For a perfect demonstration of the “where there’s muck …” adage, take a look at Geo

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