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in Social Media - 03 Dec, 2015
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Image Credit:Shutterstock.com Throughout her two-year tenure as the CEO of YouTube, Susan Wojcicki has frequently championed gender equality in the workplace. She penned a Wall Street Journal op-ed about paid maternity leave,supports initiatives to encourage women in STEM and frequently discusses how to strike a work-life balance given that she is raising five kids. But after being asked about her children at several […]

in Social Media - 03 Dec, 2015
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Image Credit:Mike Dawson On the heels of closing a $7 million funding round food-event companyDinner Lab has started to eat other startups. The New Orleans-based business just announced it has acquired culinary community company Dishcrawl. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Buying Dishcrawl advances Dinner Lab’s current mission to grow its customer base. “One of the biggest things that Dishcrawl […]

in Social Media - 02 Dec, 2015
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The Deutsche Bank headquarters are seen in Frankfurt, Germany October 29, 2015.Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach Deutsche Bank is embarking on a major computer systems upgrade that will help it to make greater use of so-called “big data” to provide a detailed picture of how, when and where customers interact with it, the bank’s chief data officer said […]

in Social Media - 25 Nov, 2015
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Image Credit:https://getpocket.com/redirect?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.entrepreneur.com%2Farticle%2F252809 I earned over seven figures on LinkedIn this year. I never considered myself an expert on LinkedIn until a few meeting planners had asked me to talk with their groups. Since I’ve been asked by a lot of people to share my secrets on LinkedIn, I decided that I’d write this article for you. […]

in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
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Industry- and process-specific cloud solutions are increasingly replacing large, expensive enterprise software systems, allowing the Davids to wrest market share from the Goliaths.   Image Credit:Shutterstock   In the technology services industry, we love to talk about all of the business benefits of moving to the cloud: affordability, flexibility and scalability, to name a few. But there […]

in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
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Embracing the cloud is all well and good–until it cripples your IT department. Small and midsize businesses have plenty to gain from cloud apps. They can help with issues including communication, compliance, and security. Using too manycloud apps, however, can be a burden on your business, which is why entrepreneurs need to know when enough is enough. […]

in Cloud Computing - 22 Oct, 2015
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Inside one of the most interesting strategic partnerships the cloud has ever seen. Image Credit:Courtesy Company Jordan Kretchmer founded Livefyre four years ago. Today, it employs more than 150 people and is still growing fast. Here, he’s pictured in the company’s new office near Market Street in San Francisco.   Livefyre’s latest deal just got […]

in Security - 08 Oct, 2015
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The so-called “safe harbor” agreement has allowed companies to send data on users from the EU to U.S. Facebook and Google, for example, earn money from advertising that relies on data on how users behave on the Internet–what they search for and what they click on. Image Credit:Getty Images Europe’s top court ruled Tuesday that […]

in Big Data - 08 Oct, 2015
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What’s the happiest way to commute? Where do shoppers find unrequited love? What’s the best time to launch a Kickstarter? Thanks to big data, now we know.   Image Credit:Getty Images The promise of big data finally began to come into focus in 2014. Whether it was being used to dissect consumers’ spending habits, their love […]

in Big Data - 08 Oct, 2015
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Spotify likes Sia; Shazam favors Meghan Trainor. Either way, Sam Smith is feeling good. Ahead of the Grammy Awards this weekend, Spotify and Shazam tapped their respective mounds of data to come up with a list of predicted winners. Spotify’s digital music service is used by 60 million people worldwide. The company’s rankings are based on the total number […]