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  • Pioneering Companies Enter a New Data Analytics Phase

    A variety of pioneering companies are entering the next phase of data analytics -- dubbed Analytics 3.0 -- where the data analysis not only produces faster or better internal decisions but can also be turned into external products and services.

    Written by Mitch Betts20 Aug. 14 01:18
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  • Agile, continuous delivery models represent 'cultural shift for IT'

    Tasked with accelerating business innovation, technology leaders are swapping traditional IT project management for continuous delivery and iteration of software and services. But to succeed CIOs say such emerging models of IT deployment require strong collaboration with business stakeholders, as well as cross-training.

    Written by Clint Boulton18 Aug. 15 03:52
  • The Internet of Things now includes the grocery store's frozen-food aisle

    Every summer, people head to the grocery store in droves to pick up cartons of cold, creamy ice cream. It's a great way to stay cool. But shoppers will go elsewhere if the frozen dairy treat is crusted with yucky ice crystals--the result of freezing, thawing and refreezing.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige01 Aug. 15 23:10
  • Digital enterprises are getting VERY personal with customers

    Typical medical laboratory reports could hardly be less personal. Whether they're for basic blood work or a battery of tests for serious disease, the black-and-white printouts of results--presenting a sea of cryptic abbreviations and numbers--remain largely indecipherable to the patients whose health depends upon them.

    Written by Stephanie Overby01 Aug. 15 02:38
  • Mobile Apps Require Customer-First Thinking

    CIOs who want to create beloved mobile apps will need to do things that are highly unusual in IT: Go on sales calls, ride along in the service trucks and watch consumers talk in focus groups about what they hate about your business.

    Written by By Mitch Betts21 Aug. 14 00:42
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