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Travel, Real Estate, and Education are Among the Many Industries to Adopt Web Data Integration in 2020

Click to learn more about author Gary Read. It’s no secret that today web data can provide organizations vast insights into their “…competitive landscape by showing…how rivals position themselves and providing early indicators of changing attitudes, sentiments, and interests…” writes a recent report by Ovum.   But the issue today is how to get at […]

Two Data Security Predictions for 2020

Click to learn more about author Don Boxley. As we enter another new year and kick off a fresh decade, it’s a great time to call out some technology predictions for 2020 and beyond. Topping my list are data security and disaster recovery (DR). When it comes to these two critical technology areas, my predictions […]

Ten 2020 Visions for Data Modelers

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. 2020 is a nice number and sounds comforting. And it is about vision(s). Are there any foresights of importance for data modelers? Well, here are 10 suggestions. No warranties, I suggest you use them as lighthouses, hopefully plotting your course from 2020 onwards. Business Value in Data […]

Six Cybersecurity Predictions for 2020

Click to learn more about author Trevor Daughney. It’s that time of year when predictions abound, and skeptical, battle-worn security professionals will often side with Nils Bohr, the physics Nobel laureate who said, “Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.” Nevertheless, readiness requires looking forward so we asked security experts, partners, and customers to […]

Diagnosis Fraud: How Data Science Can Diagnose Healthcare Fraud and Identify Dirty Doctors

Click to learn more about authors Gaurav Deshpande and Todd Blaschka. Six doctors and seven pharmacists were among those charged in a Texas healthcare fraud and opioid takedown. As part of the investigation, officials uncovered Medicare fraud schemes and networks of “pill mill” clinics. The result: $66 million in losses and the distribution of 6.2 […]

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