Fri.Jan 20, 2023

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What is business intelligence? Transforming data into business insights

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Business intelligence definition Business intelligence (BI) is a set of strategies and technologies enterprises use to analyze business information and transform it into actionable insights that inform strategic and tactical business decisions.

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Solar Power: Developing Domestic Energy Resources

Alpha Sense BI

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world continues to face a global energy crisis that has forced international leaders to reexamine how they’re fueling their countries.

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The Reason Many AI and Analytics Projects Fail—and How to Make Sure Yours Doesn’t

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Topping the list of executive priorities for 2023—a year heralded by escalating economic woes and climate risks—is the need for data driven insights to propel efficiency, resiliency, and other key initiatives.

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How the CX Team at NetBase Quid® Helps Brands Hit the Ground Running

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Customer support is everything, particularly when a brand needs help with the platform housing its consumer and market intelligence. A brand’s success with its business intelligence-gathering efforts depends on it!

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Which ESG Topics Get the Most Attention?

People are focusing on how companies are responding to the headline issues of the day, says a report from 3BL Media on evolving interests in ESG subjects, which also found a mismatch between the stories brands publish and topics audiences want.

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The essential check list for effective data democratization

CIO

Truly data-driven companies see significantly better business outcomes than those that aren’t. According to a recent IDC whitepaper , leaders saw on average two and a half times better results than other organizations in many business metrics.

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IoT Adoption in Healthcare Brings Security Opportunities

CIO

By Anand Oswal, Senior Vice President and GM at cyber security leader Palo Alto Networks Connected medical devices, also known as the Internet of Medical Things or IoMT, are revolutionizing healthcare, not only from an operational standpoint but related to patient care.

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Goodbye Dashboards: How Modern BI Tools Are Being Used to Analyze Data

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Not all that long ago, the only way for businesses to readily access their data was through dashboards. And, even then, these predefined and static dashboards provided data that was restricted only to citizen data scientists and data analysts.

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Does the Future of Work include Network as a Service (NaaS)?

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By: Cathy Won, Consultant with eTeam, HPE Aruba Contributor. The Future of Work and the Workplace is a 2023 Leesman survey report co-authored by HPE Aruba. The report explores the critical questions on the minds of business leaders coming out of the pandemic today.

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How Small Businesses Can Successfully Use Cross-Selling

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Cross-selling is a sales technique that enables a small business to boost its revenue by selling additional products or services to a prospective or existing customer.

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7 Trends in ESG: What PR Pros Need to Know in 2023

What does the evolution of ESG programs mean for communicators? As it turns out - a lot. New challenges are coming into focus, driven by the increasing attention to corporate sustainability and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) programs, and the evolving state of ESG reporting regulations. This new ebook from 3BL Media explores seven trends in detail and unpacks what they mean for communicators. Access your copy for free today.

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The Technology Enabling Successful Hybrid Workforce Transformation

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What was once an anomaly is now a global reality as remote and hybrid work models settle in across industries. To adapt to this new “new normal,” organizations will need to reinforce their workforces with technologies that can keep pace.