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  • Marketing Agility Can't Be Found with Flawed Data

    Marketing Agility Can't Be Found with Flawed Data

    Only a few months ago, businesses were scrambling to finalize their Pokemon Go strategies. Fast forward to today, and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone playing Pokemon Go, let alone discussing it in a boardroom.  Digital marketing success often results from a combination of preparedness and opportunity.

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  • 5 Ways Marketers Can Improve Their Data Management

    5 Ways Marketers Can Improve Their Data Management

    Late last year, I told an interviewer, “You can have lots of data and still suck at marketing.”  This statement still holds true as we head into the last quarter of 2016.  Data isn’t a numbers game: Simply having more doesn’t mean you’re better off than the next guy.

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  • Don't Let Data Stand in the Way of ABM Success

    Don't Let Data Stand in the Way of ABM Success

    Every customer wants to feel special, whether in a business to consumer (B2C) or a business to business (B2B) scenario.  But for far too long, only the B2C context delivered on some of the promises of personalization. Today, that's changing.

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  • Goodbye Spreadsheets, You Had a Good Run

    Goodbye Spreadsheets, You Had a Good Run

    Not too long ago spreadsheets were a viable solution for managing company data — even for major corporations. But times have changed.  The dynamic business environments we work in today create data at a rate unfathomable 10 years ago.

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  • Microsoft Falls Foul of French Data Commission

    Microsoft Falls Foul of French Data Commission

    France is once again targeting large US IT companies over data privacy.  In February, Facebook fell foul of the French data commission. This week it was Microsoft and its Windows 10 operating system's turn in the spotlight. In a notice issued Wednesday, the National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) ordered

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  • New EFSS Solution Promises IT 'Universal Control' Over Content

    Egnyte is expanding on its hybrid enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) solution to give customers more control over files accessed in any content environment. The Mountain View, Calif.-based provider unveiled the data governance solution, Egnyte Protect, today.

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  • Emerging Data Needs Fuel New Data Management

    Emerging Data Needs Fuel New Data Management

    Companies have always exchanged data, inside and outside their organizations, to facilitate business interactions and decision. Much of it has been financial or customer data, often of a transactional type. A change is underway though.

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  • It's Time to Get Practical About Your Data Management

    It's Time to Get Practical About Your Data Management

    The spring event season is coming to a close. And as usual, I'm feeling the rush of elation that comes from learning about exciting new technology, discovering smart new start-ups, and hearing industry experts talk about concepts like IoT, cognitive analytics, machine learning, neural networks and more.

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  • Red Hat, Eurotech Collaborate on IoT Integration

    Vendors aren't letting the lack of a universal communication standard stop development of the Internet of Things (IoT). Instead, they are integrating as much as possible on their own — as evidenced by a new partnership between Raleigh, NC-based Red Hat and Italy's Eurotech.

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  • You Say You Want a Revolution? The IoT is Delivering

    The connected home is only a small fragment of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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  • For Data Protection Purposes, We Are All European Citizens

    For Data Protection Purposes, We Are All European Citizens

    The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been years in the making.  The version agreed upon in December of 2015 began with a proposal from the European Commission in January of 2012 — but prior to that, years of work, discussions, papers and directives paved the way.

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  • Why Data Insight Remains Elusive

    Why Data Insight Remains Elusive

    As someone who spends a lot of time talking about the power that data insight has to transform businesses, I have to admit that the truth hurts.  And the truth is that despite myriad advancements in modern big data platforms and technologies, most companies still lack data insight.

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  • Customer Data: Too Many Breaches, Not Enough Action

    New research from the AIIM (Association of Information and Image Management) indicates that 26 percent of organizations have lost customer data in the past year — and those are the ones who know it. The report, entitled Data Privacy – Living by New Rules, quantifies how serious the problem

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  • Why Verizon May Sell Its Data Centers

    Rumors have it that Verizon is going to sell its network of 48 data centers for $2.5 billion. Reports of the planned sale emerged this week, with no indication as to why Verizon might be doing so.

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