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Association rule mining plays a major role in decision making in the production and sales business area. It uses minimum support (minsup) and support confidence (supconf) as a base...
Alex Howard states that focusing on publishing open data with economic value shouldn't preclude or take too much focus away from digitizing and releasing data with other societal v...
How Aaron Levie and his childhood friends built Box into a $2 billion business, without stabbing each other in the back
One of the most hotly-anticipated tech IPOs of 2014 is run by four childhood classmates who grew up and built a cloud computing juggernaut during their 20s.
Executives at many firms don’t understand the value that XBRL data can bring to governance, risk and compliance efforts, and market research initiatives because of its inherent tec...
Cloud Federation is one of the ideal solutions to this random burst traffic problem. It focuses on 'Borrowing' computing resources from foreign Clouds when home Cloud is about to o...
As an information strategist, John Weathington frequently sees organizations who are unsure of their Big Data strategy six months into the effort. Here are his tips for framing Big...
In today's increasingly competitive global business environment, more and more organizations are seeing the value and use of B2B services--moving beyond basic connectivity and into...
Patrick Gray doesn't think that the end of unlimited data will stifle mobile innovation. Do you agree?
If you're being inundated by ever-increasing volumes of information, take heart. These strategies can help you tame the info-chaos.
Ian Clayton believes customer satisfaction levels should be at the heart of every IT decision -- and he's spent more than three decades finding ways to make that happen.