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Designing Insightful Dashboards for Decision Making

As businesses continue to accumulate data that has the potential to improve operations and increase revenue, dashboard design is becoming a key compon…

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Artificial Intelligence: The Human to Bot Handoff

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most talked about and debated topics of conversation happening today. It is touching every industry.

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Dark Data - Do You Have a Plan?

Practically every organization has vast amounts of "dark data" in the form of weblogs, machine logs, and logs from sensors on everything from oil rigs…

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Open is the New Black for Mobile Voice Services

It's time for some fresh thinking about voice services. Once the dominant source of revenue for mobile operators, voice calls are now a rare form of c…

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5 Specific Ways You Can Protect Your Customer's Data

When a customer gives you his data, he expects that you're going to use it wisely and safeguard it against those who shouldn't have access to it. But …

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Self-Healing Technologies Too Futuristic To Believe

Now imagine for a moment a world in which nothing breaks-or rather, nothing stays broken. Too good to be true? Not quite. Self-healing technology is b…

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Designing Insightful Dashboards for Decision Making

By: Special Guest     9/21/2017

As businesses continue to accumulate data that has the potential to improve operations and increase revenue, dashboard design is becoming a key component of many solutions.

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Artificial Intelligence: The Human to Bot Handoff

By: Special Guest     9/21/2017

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most talked about and debated topics of conversation happening today. It is touching every industry.

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Dark Data - Do You Have a Plan?

By: Special Guest     9/19/2017

Practically every organization has vast amounts of "dark data" in the form of weblogs, machine logs, and logs from sensors on everything from oil rigs, to turbine engines, to hospital patients. The question is: Do you have a plan to create business value out of your dark data?

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Open is the New Black for Mobile Voice Services

By: Special Guest     9/18/2017

It's time for some fresh thinking about voice services. Once the dominant source of revenue for mobile operators, voice calls are now a rare form of communication among consumers and barely factor into the top line. But if operators are open minded about their voice infrastructure and new service co…

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5 Specific Ways You Can Protect Your Customer's Data

By: Anna Johansson     9/15/2017

When a customer gives you his data, he expects that you're going to use it wisely and safeguard it against those who shouldn't have access to it. But are you doing everything you can to live up to, and even exceed, these expectations?

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Self-Healing Technologies Too Futuristic To Believe

By: Kayla Matthews     9/15/2017

Now imagine for a moment a world in which nothing breaks-or rather, nothing stays broken. Too good to be true? Not quite. Self-healing technology is becoming a reality, folks.

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Addressing the Security Risks of the Mobile Internet of Things

By: Special Guest     9/14/2017

As the number of connected things has grown, so has the determination of cybercriminals to exploit them. Businesses might not think about the cybersecurity settings of their photocopiers, for instance, yet 2016's Mirai malware used hundreds of thousands of IoT devices to create a botnet that took do…

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Data Is King: How to Unleash Its Full Potential

By: Special Guest     9/6/2017

If data is king and integration is the glue that binds an enterprise together, then data integration is the building block that can make or break an organization's ability to remain competitive in today's disruptive digital landscape.

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This Digital Catapult Can Launch Jets

By: Lindsey Patterson     8/22/2017

A new technology for launching aircraft from U.S. Navy aircraft carriers has now been making headlines, too. This new technique demonstrates a fundamental shift in the way the U.S. is getting its planes into the air.

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4 Biohacking Facts You Should Know About in 2017

By: Special Guest     8/18/2017

When it comes to biohacking, a more recent development in science, it involves combining the idea of hacking with biology. In today's world, biohacking falls into a few distinct categories: 1) grinders, who implant technology into their bodies, 2) health hackers, who use a combination of diet and ac…

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Rest Your Weary Fingers: Voice Activation is Coming to a CRM Near You

By: Special Guest     8/9/2017

We spend a lot of time talking to our gadgets these days. Whether we're seeking directions from Siri or weather updates from Alexa, speech is quickly becoming a preferred means of communicating with technology. A future once at our fingertips now rests at the tips of our tongues.

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Kevin Kennedy Stepping Down, Will New Leadership Help Guide Avaya Back into Prominence?

By: Erik Linask     8/7/2017

After more than eight years as Avaya's chief executive, Kevin Kennedy will be stepping down from that role as of October 1, 2017. He'll be replaced by COO and Global Sales Leader Jim Chirico, who joined the company back in 2008. Chirico takes over a company that was once an unquestioned leader in it…

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Micro-CT Scans Allow Researchers to Study Live Insects in 3D

By: Kayla Matthews     8/7/2017

The things we don't know about the natural world could fill textbooks. That's why excitement is the most appropriate response when we discover new ways to study life and its complexities. Magnetic resonance images (MRIs), X-rays and computed tomography (CT) scans already have well-known uses which r…

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Gogo Making Air Travel More Productive

By: Erik Linask     8/4/2017

Gogo created tremendous hype when it first enabled in-flight connectivity on American Airlines, back in 2008. But, anyone who has used in-flight Wi-Fi since then knows how challenging it can be to actually be productive.

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Can We Run Out of Internet?

By: Special Guest     8/3/2017

As little as ten years ago, you couldn't discover new things like you can today. Whether you consider this to be a curse or a blessing, the content available on the Internet has changed dramatically over the last few years.

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Tech Makes it Possible to Work Entirely from Home

By: Anna Johansson     8/2/2017

The number of people who work from home has grown substantially over the past decade. Nearly 50 percent of Americans say they work from home at least a little, and that proportion continues to grow.

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