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Content Insider #554 - AI Help...Less By Miles Weston AI was so big at this year's CES. How big? Ask any refrigerator, TV set, chair, speaker, toilet, car, phone anywhere on the expanding show floor. Heck they'd answer you before you asked. AI was so big it had its own group of sessions, its own display area and then infiltrated everything on the show floor. Next year AI will run the show. It's necessary because there's so much data being grabbed from everything we touch that ordinary people need help making just the right decision. Gawd forbid you should try and come up short. After all, no one wants to be wrong and AI wouldn't mislead you...would it? ...Read More »
Key Considerations when Choosing a Low- or High-Power DAS By Slavko Djukic There are myriad options these days for an in-building wireless solution, but a distributed antenna system (DAS) has become a go-to solution for many industries that require reliable in-building connectivity, including hospitality, healthcare, enterprise and commercial real estate. But even after a business decides to use a DAS, the decision-making isn't over. Another one of the inevitable choices that will arise is whether to choose a high-power or low-power solution - and the answer depends on several factors. ...Read More »
Are Administrative Tasks Killing Your Project Team's Productivity? By David Wagner There's no question that the typical project involves hundreds or even thousands of moving pieces, and keeping track of them all can turn into a logistical nightmare. Though this has long been considered simply business as usual, have you ever stopped to wonder just how much time you're losing to common administrative tasks? Some of the most routine parts of your job are, in fact, real productivity killers that eat up hours of your week. When you add up those losses across all members of your team and through the lifespan of your project, the price tag of lost productivity due to everyday administrative tasks can be staggering. ...Read More »
Resisting the Pressure to Replace the Mainframe IT teams and professionals are often led to believe that the mainframe and COBOL, its primary coding language, are outdated and should be replaced. However the mainframe has endured, with 92 of the world's 100 largest banks continuing to rely on these systems along with 23 of the world's top 25 retailers, and all of the top 10 insurers. In fact, nearly 80 percent of all corporate data is still managed by mainframes. ...Read More »
Smoke Signals Up North - What Jeff Sessions Ending U.S. Marijuana Protections Really Means By Andrew Hard The Justice Department will rescind the so-called Cole and Ogden memos that protected cannabis entrepreneurs from federal prosecution and allowed the legal cannabis industry to flourish in states across the U.S. In a nutshell, that means U.S. attorneys in states where marijuana is legal will now be able to prosecute cases where they see fit. This will create more confusion about the overall legality of marijuana in states where it is legal, with businesses in each state not knowing whether they will be protected. This is potentially a big $3.7 billion bummer for California and other legal cannabis markets ...or maybe not. ...Read More »
7 Proven Strategies On How to Improve Your Cyber Security By Kevin Gardner Cybersecurity is gradually turning into a global disaster with such cases, as cyber bank robberies, data breaches, and identity theft on the rise. How then can you strengthen cybersecurity measures around your business and protect your online data from prying eyes? Here are seven actionable strategies to go about this. ...Read More »
The Role of Predictive Technologies in Marketing By IDG.TV Marketing technology has changed the way marketers identify and interact with their customers and prospects. Using intent data, top marketers are using predictive technologies to spotlight their best prospects, identify the next logical step in the purchase cycle, and understand customers’ digital body language to identify when they are most receptive to outreach. During recent IDG CMO Perspectives conversations, five marketing executives shared how their organizations are using predictive data to engage with their prospects and customers in a more strategic way. Hear from: • Margaret Franco, SVP, Marketing, EMEA, DellEMC • Ben Gibson, CMO, F5 Networks • Robson Grieve, CMO, New Relic • Sally Jenkins, CMO, Informatica • Karen Walker, CMO, Cisco ...Read More »
How Entrepreneurs Can Ride the IoT Train By Nathan Sykes The IoT train is already pulling away from the station, but it's not too late to hop onboard. Engines like this take a lot of time to reach full speed and - just as the IoT - there are plenty of access points for latecomers. Don't want to wait too long, though - you don't want to get left in the dust of the competition. ...Read More »
How Entrepreneurs Can Ride the IoT Train By Nathan Sykes The IoT train is already pulling away from the station, but it's not too late to hop onboard. Engines like this take a lot of time to reach full speed and - just as the IoT - there are plenty of access points for latecomers. Don't want to wait too long, though - you don't want to get left in the dust of the competition. ...Read More »
Most anticipated PC games of 2018 By IDG.TV These are the new PC games we're looking forward to most in 2018. ...Read More »

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