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Did you know texting while driving causes 11 tean deaths a day? This article brings to attention some starttling facts, laws in place, and next steps for a parental control on texting.
If you always thought the iPad was only tablet for the job – you’d be surprised to learn that education is challenging the paradigm. Eric Lai brings to light details about the Kuno Tablet.
Jacqueline Vanacek took to Twitter, Facebook, and blogs to sort through all the shared opinions on cloud. As well as shares an infographic from SAP and Netbase on the cloud computing findings.
Is your company’s career site optimized for mobile? Will Stanley and his post’s powerful infographic validates why your company needs a mobile-friendly career site that is attractive to the on-the-go workforce.
If you’re looking for a brief overview of a content strategy, why you need one, and how to be successful – this post will answer all your questions.
It’s something every exec wants, but doesn’t really know what it’s for and what it should be. Simon To shares the should’s and should not’s for dashboarding.
I never thought there would be a correlation between Fantasy Football and anything productive, but people always surprise you. Daniel sets up the connections between FF and how HR Professionals choose their talent.
Steve Olenski gets the holiday fever early as he discusses the number one thing marketers have on their wish list this year. Check out what 78% of marketings, according to an Awareness survey, selected as their top priority.
By Irfan Khan
Big data isn’t just for companies, it’s helping the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administrating and their ”species of concern” model data sets on breeding habits and migration patterns. Things that may be able to eventually save certain species, like the bluefin tuna, from becoming extinct.
Before you can determine if your Business Intelligence project was successful, you should have a clear baseline on what business intelligence success should look like. Jamie’s post clearly defines what success is, and what it isn’t, as well as what it should look like when it’s done.