How Big Data Will Shape the Hypercompetitive Online Video Space

January 20, 2017 – 7:24 pm

In the competitive online video race for eyeballs, big data is a big deal.
Both Netflix and Hulu report 75 percent of of their audience viewing is based on recommendations. These players are constantly tweaking their algorithms, casting the net further to gain valuable insights to encourage audiences to stay tuned.

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Don’t Be Stupid With Your Gmail, More News

January 20, 2017 – 4:26 pm

Don't Be Stupid With Your Gmail, More News

There is a phishing scam currently targeting Gmail users — and by the chatter on the web, quite a lot of people have been taken in by it.

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Threaded Messaging Comes to Slack

January 20, 2017 – 4:06 pm

Threaded Messaging Comes to Slack

Now it will be easier to keep conversations going in Slack. The enterprise collaboration provider this week released a new feature to help connect related messages and better manage a variety of conversations in its chat tool.

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Twitter Sells Fabric to Google, Plus Top Tech Acquisitions, Funding, More News

January 20, 2017 – 4:01 pm

Twitter Sells Fabric to Google, Plus Top Tech Acquisitions, Funding, More News

Twitter this week abandoned all plans of becoming an ecosystem with the sale of its suite of developer products, including its developer suite Fabric.
That’s the conclusion from Richard Windsor, an analyst at Edison Investment Research, who said the sale makes Twitter solely dependent on engagement around media consumption.

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Why Truly Customer-Centric Organizations Can’t Do It Alone

January 20, 2017 – 2:10 pm

Why Truly Customer-Centric Organizations Can't Do It Alone

If you’re like me, you roll your eyes when you hear someone talk about building a “customer-centric organization.” 
Why? Mainly because many organizations are only taking half-steps towards being truly customer-centric.

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