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Your Weekly Recommendations Monday, July 24, 2017
 
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A Guide to the 10 Next Hot Jobs in Digital Marketing, and for Several Years to Come
Adweek • Adweek Staff
Predictive Analytics: Why it is the Smart Science for Smarter Business
The Economic Times of India • Deepak Wadhawan
IT's identity crisis: How to remain essential as the business evolves
CIO • Minda Zetlin
Jefferies advises against Watson investments: 'IBM appears outgunned in the war for AI talent'
Becker's Hospital Review • Jessica Kim Cohen
How data is helping to upgrade healthcare and pharma innovation
The Next Web • George Beall
SAP HANA Express CodeTalks: From the very basics to building an application – part 1
SAP Blogs • Lucia Subatin
Will Data Catalogs Last That Long?
Gartner Blog Network • Andrew White
SAP HANA meets Big Data, Advanced Analytics and IoT : Use-cases, deployment and architecture recommendations for HANA Advanced Options
SAP Blogs • Vimal Jain
14 big data certifications that will pay off
CIO • Thor Olavsrud
Tracking the stars
BBC • Mark Smith
 
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Artificial Intelligence, Big Data
A Guide to the 10 Next Hot Jobs in Digital Marketing, and for Several Years to Come
AdweekAdweek Staff
Time to polish that résumé, marketers. The business is shifting amid rapid change, and jobs that were considered experimental a few years ago are now indispensable. Career paths are being disrupted midstream, and both brands and ad agencies are recalibrating talent for...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Predictive Analytics: Why it is the Smart Science for Smarter Business
The Economic Times of IndiaDeepak Wadhawan
We are living in a time of great data explosion. Enabled by development in technology, today's business organizations have the best opportunity to build on this huge cache of information that is both readily available and inexpensive. Google, Amazon or Netflix are...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
IT's identity crisis: How to remain essential as the business evolves
CIOMinda Zetlin
In 2007, Michael Spears became of the National Council on Compensation Insurance. It wasn't the usual promotion. Spears had spent two years as the NCCI's chief data officer, and he kept that role when be became . In his dual capacity, he...
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Business Intelligence Software, Finance
Jefferies advises against Watson investments: 'IBM appears outgunned in the war for AI talent'
Becker's Hospital ReviewJessica Kim Cohen
IBM has underperformed in creating shareholder value despite offering "one of the more mature cognitive computing platforms today," according to a report by global investment banking firm Jefferies. IBM's artificial intelligence platform, Watson, is one of the most complete cognitive services available...
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Business Intelligence Software, Cloud Computing Services
How data is helping to upgrade healthcare and pharma innovation
The Next WebGeorge Beall
Healthcare, life sciences, and pharmaceutical research are hot-button issues in the U.S. and abroad. As the debate surrounding federal health care plans rages in Washington D.C., a quiet undercurrent is forming to help make a change in the industry regardless of political...
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Business Intelligence Software, SAP AG
SAP HANA Express CodeTalks: From the very basics to building an application – part 1
SAP BlogsLucia Subatin
It’s very easy to get me talking about my passions and my friend and colleague, Ian Thain, knows how to make the best of this in his CodeTalks. He’s done it before and with many other (interesting) people and great topics. This...
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Business Intelligence Software
Will Data Catalogs Last That Long?
Gartner Blog NetworkAndrew White
As you may know there is a lot of hype related to data catalogs. Of course, if you are as old and ugly as I am you know that IT has talked about data or information asset registers and catalogs for many...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
SAP HANA meets Big Data, Advanced Analytics and IoT : Use-cases, deployment and architecture recommendations for HANA Advanced Options
SAP BlogsVimal Jain
Current SAP HANA portfolio provides functionalities across application development, advanced analytics and data integration areas in addition to the core database management. Features and functionalities are grouped and offered as various HANA editions and/or advanced options and capabilities. These options are either...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
14 big data certifications that will pay off
CIOThor Olavsrud
Data and big data analytics are fast becoming the lifeblood of any successful business. Getting the technology right can be challenging, but building the right team with the right skills to undertake big data initiatives can be even harder. Not surprisingly, that...
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Big Data, Business Intelligence Software
Tracking the stars
BBCMark Smith
Sports teams have used wearable sensors in training for several years as a way of tracking player development and fitness. But now live streaming of such data during matches and races is ushering in a new era of fan involvement. For the...
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