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Your Weekly Recommendations Wednesday, July 26, 2017
 
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Even the Best Analytic Method Will Fail if You Don't Break Down Silos
CMSWire • Joanna Schloss
The Morning Risk Report: New U.K. Law Prods Greater Financial Intel Sharing
The Wall Street Journal • Mara Lemos Stein
Social intelligence: How to mine social media for business results
CIO • Sandra Gittlen
trivago launches Rate Insights feature to hoteliers
Breaking Travel News
China is using predictive AI to stop crimes before they happen
Daily Dot • Phillip Tracy
Five Ways To Boost Your Strategy With Machine Learning In 2017
Forbes • Communityvoice, Forbes Coaches Council
Analytics in S/4HANA World … What’s New and Expected
SAP Blogs • Monika Patel
IDG Contributor Network: Has big data reached a tipping point in the cloud?
CIO • Gary Eastwood
IDG Contributor Network: Three ways to make sense out of dark data
CIO • Sanjay Srivastava
Tableau Needs To Move Beyond Data Visualization
Seeking Alpha • Prasanna Rajagopal
 
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Even the Best Analytic Method Will Fail if You Don't Break Down Silos
CMSWireJoanna Schloss
Last month, we discussed the different forms of data analysis and their applicability across different organizations and different uses cases. Understanding the landscape of available data analytics methods and determining which tools are appropriate for various projects and use cases is critical...
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Business Intelligence Software, Economic Policy
The Morning Risk Report: New U.K. Law Prods Greater Financial Intel Sharing
The Wall Street JournalMara Lemos Stein
Provisions in the U.K.’s Criminal Finances Act of 2017 allowing for greater information sharing by financial institutions are unlikely to spur a flurry of joint reports of suspected money laundering activity, as the new procedures are more burdensome than existing rules and...
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Auto Industry, Business Intelligence Software
Social intelligence: How to mine social media for business results
CIOSandra Gittlen
In an age where most companies have a social media presence on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat and Instagram, it’s somewhat surprising that many still haven’t figured out how to turn the data gathered from company-owned properties and broader social...
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Accommodations & Lodging, Business Intelligence Software
trivago launches Rate Insights feature to hoteliers
Breaking Travel News
trivago has made over five billion room rates visible to hoteliers around the world. With its new Rate Insights feature, trivago grants hoteliers access to an unbiased and comprehensive set of data on traveller demand and competitor prices, enabling them to compare...
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Artificial Intelligence, Business Intelligence Software
China is using predictive AI to stop crimes before they happen
Daily DotPhillip Tracy
The software uses a rating system to identify groups of highly suspicious people. China is using artificial intelligence to predict crime before it happens, according to a Financial Times report. No, there won’t be any psychic precogs. Instead, China will use facial...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Five Ways To Boost Your Strategy With Machine Learning In 2017
ForbesCommunityvoice, Forbes Coaches Council
The artificial intelligence market is predicted to triple in 2017, becoming a $100 billion industry by 2025. In order to stay competitive, companies are turning to new AI software and solutions in their business operations. For example, Google recently launched an AI-powered...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Analytics in S/4HANA World … What’s New and Expected
SAP BlogsMonika Patel
Many Thanks to Juergen from SAP who gave us a glimpse of what’s expected and on roadmaps of SAP S/4HANA Analytics. The session was interesting and detailed one, though half an hour was not just enough time to cover all that could...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
IDG Contributor Network: Has big data reached a tipping point in the cloud?
CIOGary Eastwood
There is no doubt that big data analytics is fast becoming integral to business intelligence. Besides many initial failed projects, primarily due to the massive infrastructure needed to store, process and analyze big data in-house, there is an increasing number of success...
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Business Intelligence Software, Robotics
IDG Contributor Network: Three ways to make sense out of dark data
CIOSanjay Srivastava
As the parent of a sixth grader, I am inundated with emails detailing upcoming school activities and tons of related information. For instance, if I want to organize an event for my son’s birthday, in order to plan well, I have to...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Tableau Needs To Move Beyond Data Visualization
Seeking AlphaPrasanna Rajagopal
Summary Tableau's single-minded focus on data visualization has helped build a very successful business. The business intelligence market is changing rapidly, and Tableau may have to reinvent itself. Increased competition in the business intelligence market may lead to further pricing pressure. Tableau...
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