5 BI processes for supply chain companies
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Companies are collecting more data than ever these days. Business intelligence processes, in turn, have become a necessity in every business function, including the supply chain.  BI tools can get complicated in a hurry. Given the sea of data that supply chain companies find themselves swimming in, choosing the right

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Cyber attacks increase threefold, 4 million unfilled cybersecurity positions
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In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented increase in cybercrimes amid COVID-19. In fact, data breaches increase 273 percent in the first quarter, compared to 2019, according to a new study from cloud computing company Iomart. Thanks to the additional vulnerabilities that opened up as people work from home, moves to take

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For many years now, becoming a data scientist has been the goal for many. Billed as the hottest role of the 21st century, data scientists are among the highest paid in the IT industry and one of the most scarce right now. In fact, according to Glassdoor, the average salary

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5 data New Year's resolutions 2021
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Many people are breathing a sigh of relief that 2020 is finally over. I’m hopeful that on a global scale, 2021 can eventually help us move on from the pandemic and from political turmoil to shape kinder societies where economic interests and citizens’ wellbeing are in balance. Data is and

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AI and data science predictions for 2021
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Artificial intelligence saw rapid growth in 2020. The global pandemic and the resulting digital transformation forced upon companies and individuals as we moved from offices to homes accelerated AI usage and development. And it seems that this pace will not slow down in 2021. Here are a few predictions on

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Agile 2 - a new hope
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On February 11-13, 2001, a group of senior programmers, project managers, and technical analysts met at the Snowbird ski resort in Utah. Their mission, sparked by numerous conversations between the various members over chat and at conferences, was to define a single movement that would end up radically shaping how

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Open and free online data collection will fuel future innovations
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The saying “knowledge is power” doesn’t just apply to individuals but also businesses. While individuals can learn from books and life lessons, businesses need a tool to gather market insights. This is where online data collection comes in. It is one of the best tools because it provides up-to-date and

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polypoly Cooperative publishes a technical white paper featuring its core technology, the polyPod. The cooperative is the first of its kind: A pan-European data cooperative in which shareholder-members own and profit from the underlying technology. Download now! Things are totally out of control. We don’t know who has our data,

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This article was originally published at Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. Some things are just guaranteed to set me off. Denying facts, poor quality chocolate, and unsubstantiated myths top the list, although not necessarily in that order. I’ve had my fair share of exposure to all three recently,

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Data Natives Unlimited 2020
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Data Natives Unlimited – Europe’s biggest data science and AI event – was forced out of its regular, “so Berlin” home this year thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. What followed was an endeavor that exceeded our expectations. With 5,000 attendees, over 150 speakers, incredible partners, fantastic volunteers, and a team

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