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For centuries, commerce followed the same basic principles: companies would purchase goods from producers (foreign or domestic) - or would produce the goods themselves - and then display them in any sort of market for the consumers so that they...

We live in a world where two coordinates, above all else, found their way to the top of the priority list for most of us: mobility and speed. People are more dynamic and mobile than ever before. We often don’t...

Predictive analysis, when executed well, can be a powerful tool that helps your organization maximize the potential of its historical data. Although it requires an initial investment, the effort will help propel your analytics capabilities beyond performance reporting and into...

IBM, one of the leading technology companies in the world, acquired Raleigh-based Red Hat for $34 billion, in a surprise move that might be a game changer for the cloud business, and the way companies relate to data and digital...

Social media is one of the biggest game-changers for business in the past decade since it’s rapidly and irreversibly changing the way people interact with one another. If digital transformation is paramount for companies to stay in business, going social...

Today is the first Adobe Summit day and it started with a wild keynote. Full coverage to follow, but until then, we’re still energized about what happened yesterday at the UnSummit, where 12 speakers talked about new powerful ideas and...

Everything we do in life is determined by emotions. In spite of our best attempts to suppress them, we live in a world driven by emotions, which affect the way we behave, the way we live, the way we love...

Generally, when we think about analytics, we see numbers, KPIs, endless rows of data, structured or unstructured, the excruciating pain of figuring out how to import everything and organize it. But we sometimes forget that everything starts from the foundation.   Being...

  Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky and a few other data leaders “busted” five different myths in the analytics world that people take for granted, but are, in fact, wrong.   “Myths are often used to explain the unexplainable. What fascinates me about myths...