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About 79 results for "knowing the various costs of starting a new business"
If you're struggling with the idea of starting a company using open-source software (or migrating from a proprietary ecosystem), Jack Wallen has a few points that might make the ch...
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
Cleantech-as-a-service was the theme at the Cleantech Forum San Francisco 2015, with experts weighing in on the importance of the cloud, big data, and IoT in driving adoption of re...
Regulation and the "sharing economy" was the topic of a recent panel discussion in the U.S. House of Representatives. Alex Howard summarizes the highlights.
SumAll CEO Dane Atkinson talks about a data freshness approach: targeted responses for high conversion, then over time aligning with market changes and staying on top of patterns.
Porch is a home improvement network that's built upon a professional graph of over 1.5 million people, 90 million projects, and $2 trillion. Read about the startup's innovative use...
The South Tyneside NHS Foundation in the UK implemented iPads and Huddle for iPad to take its board of directors paperless.
To feed the world's rapidly-expanding population in the coming decades, agriculture must produce more. Big data holds one of the keys for farmers, but it's also a weapon that could...
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.
Once upon a time, says Owen Rogers of 451 Research, cloud computing promised straightforward, on-demand pricing for resources. Things have become a little more complex.