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    1. Machine learning proves its worth to business

      Machine learning proves its worth to business

      Machine learning couldn’t be hotter. A type of artificial intelligence that enables computers to learn to perform tasks and make predictions without explicit programming, machine learning has caught fire among the hip tech set, but remains a somewhat futuristic concept for most enterprises. But thanks to technological advances and emerging frameworks, machine learning may soon hit the mainstream.

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      Mentions: Amazon
    2. African telcos prioritise emerging opportunity to stay afloat

      African telcos prioritise emerging opportunity to stay afloat

      Telcos across Africa are focusing on effectively maximising the return on investment from data and monetising emerging opportunities such as the Internet of Things (IoT) to remain competitive and afloat.

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      Mentions: Services SDN
    3. Hotel data quality should not be subsumed by the quantity

      Hotel data quality should not be subsumed by the quantity

      The Chinese hospitality industry has the same tech challenges as its global peers, including how to take advantage of ongoing developments in cloud computing, big data and APIs.

      With hotels running property management systems, booking engines, revenue management tools and social media monitoring platforms, among others, the need to aggregate this data in a business-efficient manner is vital.

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    4. Google's big chance to disrupt the market data industry

      Google's big chance to disrupt the market data industry

      Google's big chance to disrupt the market data industry 35 minutes ago | 529 views | 0 Google has a great opportunity to disrupt financial services using a freemium model for the delivery of market news, insights and communications direct to professional desktops, says Adam Honore, founder of consultancy MarketsTech. Symphony made the news last month. Apparently they’re going back to the equity well for another $100 million.

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      Mentions: Services Amazon Apple
    5. Big data on campus

      Big data on campus

      Facing federal and state pressure to raise retention and graduation rates, dozens of colleges and universities are developing analytics tools to help students make better decisions about everything from courses to social activities.

      Purdue University has notified its 7,300 incoming freshman about a new web application that could help them better acclimate to life on campus.

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    6. The network effect on wealth creation

      The network effect on wealth creation

      We live in a network-centric world, and network laws are beginning to govern business models and even global economics. When you understand these laws, you begin to understand why we live in a world where new network-centric business models (think Google, Facebook, Amazon, Airbnb, etc.) become de facto monopolies that result in incredible wealth creation.

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      Mentions: Facebook Amazon
    7. Software-defined networking (SDN): What businesses need to know

      Software-defined networking (SDN): What businesses need to know

      The ever-increasing reach of cloud computing is resulting in more and more businesses adopting as-a-service models. Shares As more and more systems move to the cloud, so we’re becoming increasingly used to accessing all systems on an as-a-service model. Networking is no exception to this and by using software-defined networking businesses can break away from the restrictions imposed by old, inflexible static network architecture.

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      Mentions: BYOD Services SDN
    8. How companies can deal with insider data theft

      How companies can deal with insider data theft

      To learn that your company's confidential data was stolen -- not by any hacker, but by an employee -- is a nightmare scenario that no one wants to face.

      But it's also a risk that's very real. The recent arrest of a former NSA contractor suspected of stealing classified government files is just the latest high-profile example, and security experts say all companies need to be on guard against potential insider threats.

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    9. Emerging technologies are poking holes in security

      Emerging technologies are poking holes in security

      Accelerated change challenges change management, security DevOps and emerging technologies that enable business innovation and opportunities demand fast, frequent change from the enterprise. The speed and regularity as well as the kinds of change challenge change management and ultimately security.

      To secure the enterprise in environments of unwieldy change, the business needs to know how each new technology affects change management and the organization’s security defenses.

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      Mentions: BYOD Security
    10. New York Public Library reads up on the cloud

      New York Public Library reads up on the cloud

      Four years ago, the New York Public Library began to move its web properties to the cloud.

      Today, the library system has all of its approximately 80 web sites in the cloud. The library has shrunk the number of on-premise servers by 40% and is running those web properties 95% more cheaply than if it had bought the hardware and software to do it all by itself.

      The library took a risk on the cloud, and on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and it paid off.

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    11. Despite billions spent on cybersecurity, companies aren’t truly safe from hacks

      Despite billions spent on cybersecurity, companies aren’t truly safe from hacks

      Last year, private sector companies globally spent more than $75 billion on security software to safeguard their systems and data.

      That number is expected to grow about 7% annually, according to Gartner and other analyst firms. It doesn’t include all the massive amounts spent on fraud prevention by banks, a number that is widely underreported and expected to reach into the billions annually.

       

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    12. 7 Cool Internet Of Things Companies To Watch

      7 Cool Internet Of Things Companies To Watch

      Industry watcher CB Insights earlier this month showed that venture capital funding of internet of things companies is actually on the decline after years of growth. But we've still seen enough fresh funding in the months since we rounded up 10 Internet of Things companies to watch back in April, to justify doing this follow-up with 7 additional firms, most of them startups.

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      Mentions: Cisco Microsoft Apple
    13. 25 surprising facts about Google

      25 surprising facts about Google

      25 things you probably don’t know about Google

      Google (now officially a subsidiary of Alphabet) has a relatively storied history for being such a young company. Founded in the late 1990s by Stanford grad students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google’s search engine quickly supplanted more established players in the search space before ultimately becoming synonymous with search altogether.

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    14. How bandwidth thieves will be nabbed in the future

      How bandwidth thieves will be nabbed in the future

      Experts say spectrum pilfering is going to become a major industrial problem as software-defined radio becomes more prevalent. Software-defined radio allows frequencies and bands to be simply altered in a device through coding rather than via expensive hardware changes.

       

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