By Kate Sheehan ♦ Despite my passion for words, I have always had a fundamental love of numbers. From childhood I adored reading novels of the fantastical and the unknown, but the joy of solving and understanding the more concrete riddles of arithmetic has allowed me to see things from a data-oriented perspective as well as a creative one. 357 more words
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Taking your Teradata Database to the Next Level
As a Teradata customer, you already know that managing your data is a big job. Perhaps you’ve been wishing for a database tool to help you do that more efficiently. 144 more words
The HR blogosphere and the twitterati around the world are buzzing with excitement about the newest technologies and their implications for HR. SOCOMO+ is what seems to be defining the HR technology space and what that means is that the future of HR is Social, Mobile, in the Cloud, Employee-Centric, Gamified and a Data Rich environment! 208 more words
Since Salesforce.com did us all a terrific service by touting the initial benefits of software as a service (SaaS) through its “No Software” branding, many SaaS companies have sprouted up, grown and had healthy exits. 848 more words
With more and more data available to users and the increasingly competitive business landscape, it’s not surprising that the needs of business users are becoming more complex. 70 more words
New technology has a central role to play in helping the healthcare sector manage cost pressures and other drivers, such as the global physician shortage. But there are clearly concerns around using patient data and personal information highlighted, for example, around the failed launch of the care.data IT database. 393 more words