Integrating Sinatra Into Ruby To Expedite Application Development

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Sinatra is a great web application library. It can be used to streamline development in Ruby and several other programming languages. A number of articles on Dzone have been written on using Sinatra to develop web applications and other solutions, but there didn’t appear to be an article on setting up Sinatra. We decided to […]

Data-Driven Digital Marketing Carves Competitive Edge For SMEs

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Big data is playing a vital role in the evolution of small business. A compilation of research from the G2 Learning Hub Shows the number of businesses relying on big data is rising. They cited one study showing that 40% of businesses need to use unstructured data on a nearly daily basis. One of the […]

How Data-Driven Marketing Helps Improve Conversion Rates

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According to a recent Adobe report, marketers have identified data-driven marketing as the most important business opportunity for 2019. That clearly indicates the importance that marketers give to data and why you should too. After all, data-driven marketing can help you achieve numerous benefits for your business, ultimately leading to an increase in conversions. If […]

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in Higher Education: Promising or Perilous?

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What exactly is artificial intelligence (AI) and what business does it have in higher education? Simply put, AI is an attempt to emulate human knowledge by programming extensive rules into computers. Through machine learning and expert systems, machines can produce patterns within mass flows of data and pinpoint correlations that couldn’t possibly be immediately intuitive […]

Data-Driven KPIs Are Pillars For SME Decision Making In 2019

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Big data is changing the entire nature of decision-making across organizations of all sizes. Companies on either side of the world have identified countless applications for big data, which is helping them save considerable amounts of money and get better ROIs from various assets. Big Data is the Foundation of Modern Decision-making These days, 92% of […]

Data Savvy Hackers Enhance Password Vulnerability In 2019

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Best Practices, Big Data, Cyber Security, Data Management, data protection, data savvy hackers, data security, hackers, password vulenrability, Privacy, Risk Management, SmartData Collective Exclusive

Big data is making a number of cybersecurity risks worse than ever. A growing number of companies are starting to explore the need to utilize big data to enhance their digital security. They are also starting to recognize that hackers are using big data as well, so they need to monitor them carefully. One of […]

Will AI Solve Geolocation Challenges for Leading Gaming Providers?

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Artificial intelligence is leading to some surprisingly robust advances in the field of digital gaming. One of the most important contributions of artificial intelligence is with geolocation technology. Geolocation technology is something that does not get a lot of discussion among everyday people that have expressed an interest in online gaming. However, people working in […]

Big Data’s Impact On Investing And The Finance World

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Traditionally, the world of investing was bland and exclusive. Investment vehicles were not very different from one another and minimum capital requirements meant that even this was reserved for the few who had the means. Most ordinary people had to settle for a savings account at their local bank while some even opted to simply […]