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Big Tech Stages White House Lobbying Blitz: The Influence Game
Bloomberg • Ben Brody, Bill Allison, Naomi Nix
Competitive caching with machine learned advice
Theory of Computing Blog Aggregator • Thodoris Lykouris
Data Needs A Strategy- Who Can Help Create One?
Forbes • Contributor, Patrick Moorhead
In Cloud Era, Customized Business Apps a ‘Big No-No’
The Wall Street Journal • Angus Loten
Oracle to acquire cybersecurity firm Zenedge
MarketWatch
Why Organizations Are Turning To Artificial Intelligence
CMSWire • David Roe
Why Some Data Companies Are Selling Data As A Percent Of Media
AdExchanger • James Hercher
Oracle Lobbied Labor Amid Employment Case: The Influence Game
Bloomberg • Nico Grant
Gender equality, still a startup at technology companies
The Economic Times of India • Shelley Singh
5 Tips for Quickly Reducing Customer Churn
Entrepreneur Magazine • Syed Balkhi
 
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Big Tech Stages White House Lobbying Blitz: The Influence Game
BloombergBen Brody, Bill Allison, Naomi Nix
The world's biggest technology providers saw an opening and a threat late last summer as the White House prepared a report that could influence billions of dollars in government spending on computing contracts. Amazon.com Inc., Oracle Corp., Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Microsoft...
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Competitive caching with machine learned advice
Theory of Computing Blog AggregatorThodoris Lykouris
Authors: Thodoris Lykouris, Sergei Vassilvitskii Download: PDF Abstract: Traditional online algorithms encapsulate decision making under uncertainty, and give ways to hedge against all possible future events, while guaranteeing a nearly optimal solution as compared to an offline optimum. On the other hand,...
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Data Needs A Strategy- Who Can Help Create One?
ForbesContributor, Patrick Moorhead
I have been thinking a lot about data recently. This has been stimulated by some things that I have seen that have really highlighted how the world is changing. Google, for example, has just this week begun offering dedicated (but expensive) machine...
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In Cloud Era, Customized Business Apps a ‘Big No-No’
The Wall Street JournalAngus Loten
Chief information officers and other corporate IT managers have a new four-letter word: Customization. Once considered a major selling point by enterprise software vendors, customizable applications and platforms for payroll, inventory, human resources and other business operations can become costly headaches as...
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Oracle to acquire cybersecurity firm Zenedge
MarketWatch
Oracle Corp. said Thursday that it would be acquiring Zenedge, a cybersecurity company that helps protect cloud-based critical IT systems. The company helps businesses secure applications and databases from dangerous web traffic via its web application firewall (WAF) and distributed denial of...
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Why Organizations Are Turning To Artificial Intelligence
CMSWireDavid Roe
There's no doubt that AI adoption is increasing, in fact, a recent article from Forbes stated that 80 percent of business are investing in AI. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd agrees and is betting the fortunes of Oracle on the fact that more...
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Why Some Data Companies Are Selling Data As A Percent Of Media
AdExchangerJames Hercher
Instead of buying data at a fixed rate per thousand impressions, a percent-of-media model ties the cost of data to the cost of media. An advertiser, for instance, is unlikely to spend $2 per thousand impressions on data if the media itself...
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Oracle Lobbied Labor Amid Employment Case: The Influence Game
BloombergNico Grant
Oracle Corp. has never been shy about speaking up in Washington. Last year, that meant lobbying the government on employment regulations while being sued for alleged discrimination. The world’s second-largest software company spent an estimated $9 million on lobbying, which included pressing...
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Gender equality, still a startup at technology companies
The Economic Times of IndiaShelley Singh
InfosysBSE -0.52 %, India's second largest technology services company, quietly reached a significant landmark by the third quarter of this fiscal — it had 116 more women than men at its Mysore training campus. Across technology services companies, the challenge of creating...
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5 Tips for Quickly Reducing Customer Churn
Entrepreneur MagazineSyed Balkhi
Image credit: Weekend Images Inc. | Getty Images So you’ve successfully made a sale by converting a lead into a customer. Both you and the customer are happy. But, suddenly this customer decides to cancel the subscription and stop using your product...
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