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The Naive Bayes algorithm works well, but it drives some data scientists crazy because it's not perfect. Let this inspire you to set your sights on success rather than perfection.
Open source offers some compelling benefits for businesses large and small -- but you might be surprised at some of the ways it's being used.
As the Raspberry Pi edges closer to becoming the best-selling British computer of all time we take a look at the classic machines to come out of the UK.
Navigate into The New IT Landscape Join us for this LIVE event! Tuesday, 27 January at 10am Singapore Time Insight is about innovation. This virtual event is devoted to th...
At SXSW Eco, a panel of energy experts discussed the challenges and opportunities of creating a smarter grid to enable the future of clean energy and transform the economics of uti...
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner told an audience at the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference that economy Windows 8 laptops and tablets are on the way.
Microservers may not make sense in every environment, but they're playing a role in providing space/cost savings and handling customized workloads for certain business needs. Here'...
Bottlenecks, silos, competing business units and bureaucratic rules "baked into the DNA of state government." Change doesn't come easy at the state level, and that goes for CIOs in...
A new management model for PowerShell takes advantage of automation to reduce risk and disruption in the data center. John Joyner introduces DSC.
Excel tables offer several advantages over data ranges. Here's a look at some of the handy things tables enable you to do.