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It’s been one month since GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, a policy set in place to address the digital age’s ever increasing flow of personal data, went into effect for European industries. GDPR is meant to give consumers more control over their personal data usage by companies, and this shift

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The network effect is a curious phenomenon that describes the group’s benefit that ensues as each new member joins and begins using the same product or service. It applies to several industries and ideas, and can be found in examples like eBay, the popular auction site. As more people join

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Data science has gone through a rapid evolution, fueled by powerful open source software and more affordable and faster data storage solutions. Universities have adapted to the increasing demand as well and are graduating analytically trained students at an unprecedented pace. This evolution opens new and innovative pathways for many

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Over the last several years, the global database market has made significant strides toward leveraging real-time information. As telcos and other industries prepare for the transition to 5G, it’s apparent that real-time data analytics are key for organizations looking to capitalize on the promise of 5G.   Although the current

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The arrival of the first pillar of the Payments Services Directive, Part 2 (PSD2) in January this year laid the groundwork for a more open banking system. It is set to transform the financial services industry in the European Union (EU) by putting the customers in control of both their

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Companies have been well aware of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for more than two years, and though the May 25 deadline has passed, the GDPR is not put to sleep. The deadline has only drawn more attention to the GDPR, as noncompliant companies are starting to be hit with

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