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Smart Business Intelligence Applications For the iPhone in 2016

February 9, 2016 by Ryan Kidman

Mobile business intelligence is no longer recognized as a nice-to-have feature since it has become paramount to a company’s productivity. With this system, there is no need to restrict your business to four walls. These applications enable employees to make informed business decisions on-the-go and thereby improve the company’s bottom line. Listed below are some mobile BI applications for the iPhone that every entrepreneur needs.[read more]

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Building A Smart Workplace For Post-Millennials

February 9, 2016 by Anand Srinivasan

In just a handful of years from now, post-millennials (kids born between 2000 and 2025) will start entering the workplace. This is both an opportunity and a challenge for businesses[read more]

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Dealing With Careless Users as a CIO

February 9, 2016 by Xander Schofield

The majority of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are generally very well versed when it comes to the various facets of securing organization networks, sensitive data encryption and on how to secure private customer information. While as a CIO, you may be on top of your game, there is a possibility of the existence of a glaring security flaws which you could have overlooked or ignored: your organization’s end-users.[read more]

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Robot Shoe Factory a New Trend of the Future?

February 8, 2016 by Brigg Patten

Factories filled with computerized robots may still sound futuristic, but major companies are starting to incorporate them into their production processes. Below introduces how robots and related technologies are impacting industrial production trends.[read more]

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Hadoop Adoption: Where Does Your Company Stand?

February 5, 2016 by Rick Delgado

ImageAny discussion about big data analytics will likely bring up the topic of Hadoop. Hadoop is certainly not a new platform and can effectively change the way businesses utilize their big data, but despite its advantages, Hadoop adoption remains largely lacking. Put in simple terms, Hadoop is an open source software framework that helps store, organize, and analyze data distributed across multiple clusters and nodes. Businesses that use it find that they’re able to work with more data than they ever have before, along with a wider variety of data. Even so, many organizations remain unconvinced or simply see Hadoop as not necessary for what they’re doing. Your company may feel the same way. It’s a barrier that Hadoop supporters have been trying to overcome for several years now, and success in that realm has been fleeting at best.[read more]

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How Big Data is Changing and Influencing Internet Marketing

February 4, 2016 by Ryan Kidman
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As we all know loads of consumer data is created every moment through computation. Via social networking databases and GPS tracking not only is the location of individuals who use certain apps provided but also their conduct, perspectives, interest and all around needs are recorded by search engines.[read more]