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In order to get to a higher level of data quality, and thus, usable insight, organizations should focus on these three key activities.
Twitter’s alarming customer attrition and disappointing Q1 earnings have spurred rumors that the social media company is a target for a buyout. However, Twitter’s CFO, Anthony Noto, has other ideas to improve the company’s performance.
Perimeter security is no longer sufficient for protecting sensitive or confidential data – especially in light of hackers’ demonstrated, repeated ability to breach network security.
Dan Lyons is out there currently promoting his new book, Disrupted. I had a chance to talk to him about the writing process, the state of brand journalism, and, of course, Steve Jobs.
Cloud-based analytics in particular has become a tool to empower a wide variety of business users with faster access to relevant data, as this Stat of the Week shows.
Today’s healthcare organizations are struggling with the need to achieve change that is fast, profitable, and supports positive patient outcomes. With HCAHPS scores an important factor in organizational profitability, perhaps soft skills are just what the doctor ordered.
Customers expect you to fix their problem the first time around. Just do it.
It’s been said that “amateur data science” is one of the “enemies of big data.” Can hardcore questions about the statistics separate the amateurs from the pros?
There is one area where people think it’s great to mix personal and business, namely email clients. In fact, the Gmail Android app will allow for full Exchange support. If you ask Aberdeen’s Jim Rapoza, this could be a terrible idea.
Today’s CFO is gaining more and more clout at the executive table, and with it, more complex challenges to keep them up at night. Here’s what financial decision-makers need to know about Best-in-Class risk management.
LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for social selling. Lindsey Boggs wants to know why you and your team aren’t using it.
Workplace wellness programs have existed since major corporations began cropping up in the late 1800s, but today’s wellness programs aren’t like your grandma’s — they’ve evolved over the decades to better meet employee and company needs.
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