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Saturday, January 25, 2020
Unblocking Xbox clips and the future of shareable gaming

Unblocking Xbox clips and the future of shareable gaming

In the age of Snapchat and Instagram, sharing is a core part of how we communicate. We almost feel as if something hasn’t really happened until we’ve captured that fleeting moment in digital form and show it to someone else – even if that someone else is a person we’ve never even met. It’s no…
2020 will hopefully be the year AI kills company dashboards

2020 will hopefully be the year AI kills company dashboards

For the last 20 years, businesses have fallen hard for dashboards. It was the easy start to becoming an operationally sound and data-driven business. The trend grew, and now board members and executives expect interactive functions and explorable data as part of quarterly reports. Product or demand general managers, who might each drive sales targets…
Social media is fast becoming your customers’ product research tool, so look beyond Google

Social media is fast becoming your customers’ product research tool, so...

Twenty-one years old this year, no one can dispute the dominance Google has enjoyed in the world of search. After all, it has a massive 81.5 percent market share worldwide. But, new players are beginning to chip away at its position in Europe and North America — particularly when it comes to users researching products…
Fixing employee access should be your top security priority in 2020

Fixing employee access should be your top security priority in 2020

Following an array of internal security breaches across a wide range of industries in 2019, awareness of insider threat is finally starting to grow. As we move towards 2020, it is undoubtedly becoming a major problem, and considerable changes need to be made in order to stop any further growth. According to Verizon, the number…
Here’s how to spot legitimate AI from marketing fluff

Here’s how to spot legitimate AI from marketing fluff

Within the Data Science community, there’s a joke that goes like this: Q: What’s the difference between AI and Machine Learning (ML)? A: If it’s written in Python, it’s ML. If it’s written in PowerPoint, it’s AI. There are a lot of companies out there that claim to do artificial intelligence (AI). You’ll find the…
3 security steps you should take to protect your company from fraud

3 security steps you should take to protect your company from...

Fraud is one of the most prominent threats facing the UK economy, costing a reported £130 billion each year. Due to the relentless activities of cyber criminals, businesses, and consumers alike are suffering from the devastating effects of fraud. In the first half of 2019, there were over 1.3 million cases of payment card fraud, a…
Why your organization needs to adopt a DataOps approach in 2020

Why your organization needs to adopt a DataOps approach in 2020

I’m confident 2020 will be remembered as the year DataOps came of age, as companies are discovering the need to maximize the inherent business value of their data. DataOps adds the observations that are needed in all aspects of data management that keeps tracks of data moving at speed across the organization. That data will…
Your home isn’t smart, it’s just connected — here’s why

Your home isn’t smart, it’s just connected — here’s why

Just like how certain types of technology and operating systems give way to new, updated versions and become outdated, so does the terminology we use to describe them. We no longer refer to appliances like washing machines or water heaters as ‘automated,’ because in our world today, we just know and expect them to be…
2020 will mark the death of the chatbot as we know it

2020 will mark the death of the chatbot as we know...

Most of us have had the misfortune of interacting with a badly configured chatbot. Whether to return faulty clothes or complain about an incorrect phone bill, we are often left feeling even more frustrated than we were beforehand.  Many businesses viewed these chatbots as a cheap panacea to all customer service problems but, in reality,…
Why the 2020 streaming wars will be won by robots

Why the 2020 streaming wars will be won by robots

The streaming wars have been one of the media and entertainment industry’s hottest topics in 2019. Netflix, a pioneer turned powerhouse in the subscription video on demand (SVOD) world, has been preparing for increased competition from new video platforms, such as Apple TV+ and Disney+. Netflix’s CEO, Reed Hastings, has welcomed competitors saying it’s good…

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