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Egnyte jumps on PRISM frenzy with its own 'prevention' program | ZDNet

Egnyte jumps on PRISM frenzy with its own 'prevention' program | ZDNet | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
The PRISM spin taps into fears and worries over keeping data secure from prying eyes -- in this case, government agencies.
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But the PRISM spin taps into fears and worries over keeping data secure from prying eyes -- in this case, government agencies.

As far as deploying the prevention program, Egnyte CEO Vineet Jain explained in the announcement on Wednesday that "businesses want to combine the simplicity and ease-of-use associated with cloud-file sharing with the security and privacy of their own infrastructure."

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Big Data, IOT and Security - OH MY!

Big Data, IOT and Security - OH MY! | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Why should I – as a data scientist or analyst be worried about security, that’s not really part of my job is it? Well if you are a consultant or own your own business it is! Say, you download secure data from your clients and then YOU get hacked, guess who is liable if sensitive information is leaked or gets into the wrong hands? What if you develop a platform where the client’s customers can log in and check their accounts, credit card info and purchase histories are stored on this system, if stolen, it can set you up for a lawsuit. If you are a corporation, you are protected in some extents but what if you operate as a sole proprietor – you could lose your home, company and reputation. Still think security when dealing with big data isn’t important?
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Organizations need to get better at protecting themselves and discovering that they’ve been breached plus we, the consultants, need to do a better job of protecting our own data and that means you can’t use password as a password! Let’s not make it easy for the hackers and let’s be sure that when we collect sensitive data and yes, even the data collected from cool technology toys connected to the internet, that we are security minded, meaning check your statements, logs and security messages - verify everything! When building your database, use all the security features available (masking, obfuscation, encryption) so that if someone does gain access, what they steal is NOT usable!
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Facebook Data Scientists: Who Are They and What Do They Do?

Facebook Data Scientists: Who Are They and What Do They Do? | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Ooyala data scientist, Matt Pasienski, says his job requires proficiency with a myriad of visualization tools and with processing data using programs like MySQL, Hadoop and STORM. He stresses that data scientists must understand the business and marketing side of business, as well as the technology side. If a company cannot afford to hire someone to ask key questions about their data, they can use software instead. Metamarkets founder, Mike Driscoll, describes a data scientist as “a person who can take big data, analyze it, and tell stories from the data.”
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Finding people with such a broad bag of skills, and having the budget to pay them, is often a challenge for smaller start-ups, especially as data scientists generally work in teams. LinkedIn’s teams consist of five people while Facebook originally had a team of twelve. Big Data companies like Tableau and Metamarkets provide software and services that fill the data scientist niche. These companies provide dashboards that allow business analysts and company executives to analyze their own data, without the need for such deep technical skills.

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Analytics: The sideways approach to PR measurement

Analytics: The sideways approach to PR measurement | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Measuring PR is complicated

The problem with these posts is that they’re trying to address a nuanced subject head-on (also that they are often written by people who don’t actually understand what PR is, or how to approach it strategically).

If you look at how practitioners in the real world are getting smart about measuring PR, you start to realize that they’re not meeting it head on. Instead, they’re taking an almost sideways approach to it.

Sidling up to measurement, as opposed to greeting it with scales in hand, allows us to think about why we engage in PR in the first place. There are business problems we are trying to solve through our work.

Analytics are at the heart of this approach.
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Sideways analytics

Consider this recent case study (well, it’s not a case study yet, but it is recent work), which I discussed with Rebekah Iliff over at the AirPR blog:

We recently wrapped a project with a client in the education space; they were launching a new online offering. Registrations were the ultimate goal, and they were using campaign tracking in Google Analytics very well. What we did was to ensure the creation of tracking links to the relevant page, so that we could attribute visits and conversions from our efforts—our strategy had a mix of earned, owned, and paid media—as accurately as possible.

Based on traffic and conversion trends, we could see what worked (social and paid) and what didn’t so much (focusing on location too narrowly as opposed to niche and interest). That allowed us to pivot our strategy midway through the campaign and put more muscle behind what was working as opposed to what wasn’t…and ultimately reach the goal.

 
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A New Think Tank on Data and Society Is Off to a Great Start, Thanks to Heavy-Weight Backers - Science Research | Grants | Fundraising - Inside Philanthropy

A New Think Tank on Data and Society Is Off to a Great Start, Thanks to Heavy-Weight Backers - Science Research | Grants | Fundraising - Inside Philanthropy | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
The Data & Society Research Institute is a new, “think/do” tank based in N...
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The institute was founded by Danah Boyd, a scholar and Microsoft researcher whose work in recent years has focused on young people and social media. Boyd is one of those rare Ph.D.s who can write in plain English, and she's authored two books that have received significant attention, most recently It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens (2014). She's also long been involved in nonprofits and describes herself on her website as "both an activist and a scholar."

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Big data tops humans at picking 'significant' films: study

Big data tops humans at picking 'significant' films: study | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
NEW YORK (Reuters) - In the escalating battle of big data vs. human experts, score another win for numbers.The most accurate predictions of which movies the U.S.
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The most accurate predictions of which movies the U.S. Library of Congress will deem "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" are not the views of critics or fans but a simple algorithm applied to a database, according to a study published on Monday.

The crucial data, scientists reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, are what the Internet Movie Database (IMDb.com) calls "Connections" - films, television episodes and other works that allude to an earlier movie.

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US healthcare: Big data diagnoses fraud - FT.com

US healthcare: Big data diagnoses fraud - FT.com | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Such data mining has long been used in ecommerce, from music companies trying to anticipate the song you want to listen to next or tech marketers scanning your social media profile to make a pitch. Now it has become a federal fraud-busting tool. Government data analysts are monitoring eight other “hotspot” cities to track potential Medicare fraud, including Detroit, where, in one case, analytics helped confirm a tip that a doctor was prescribing expensive chemotherapy treatments for patients who did not have cancer.
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Fraudulent billings are estimated to make up as much as 10 per cent of Medicare spending in the US, according to the most recent study. Medicare, which funds hospital visits, prescription drugs and other services for retirees and the disabled, paid over $600bn to provide medical services to 51m Americans in 2013, according to the US Government

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Hands on with Watson Analytics: Pretty useful when it’s working

Hands on with Watson Analytics: Pretty useful when it’s working | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Last month, made available the beta version of its Watson Analytics data analysis service, an offering first announced in September. It’s one of IBM’s only recent forays into anything resembling consumer software, and it’s supposed to make it easy for anyone to analyze data, relying on natural language processing (thus the Watson branding) to drive…
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If I have one big complaint about Watson Analytics, it’s that it’s still a bit buggy — the tool to download charts as images doesn’t seem to work, for example, and I had to reload multiple pages because of server errors. I’d be pretty upset if I were using the paid version, which allows for more storage and larger files, and experienced the same issues. Adding variables to a view without starting over could be easier, too.

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Retailers have a wealth of new tech to work with, but is it the right tech?

Retailers have a wealth of new tech to work with, but is it the right tech? | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
The retail convention's thousands of vendors showed off everything from interactive fabric to virtual-reality goggles designed for shoppers to on-the-spot encryption technology. They offered free cash, beer and candy to entice retailers to visit their booths.

But don't hold your breath, shoppers. You probably won't see the new contrivances in your favorite stores any time soon. Retail executives and industry analysts walking the floor at the Javits Convention Center said the problems most retailers are struggling to solve right now are more mundane.
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Adam Silverman, a principal analyst with Forrester Research, said too many of the vendors were essentially showing off their technological capabilities without stopping to think about what need they were solving.

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Understanding Linear Regression

Understanding Linear Regression | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Although Linear Regression is arguably one of the most popular analytical techniques, I believe it isn’t understood well. Several fundamental assumptions are violated during application. The objective of this note is to provide an overview of the assumptions and possible fixes.
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Linear regression is arguably one of the most widely used techniques in the data science world. But, a comprehensive understanding of this technique is not universal and it is at a level that is less than desired.

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Yelp partners with Socrata to access and distribute restaurant inspection data - GeekWire

Yelp partners with Socrata to access and distribute restaurant inspection data - GeekWire | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
A new partnership between Yelp and Socrata, the Seattle-based government data technology company, promises to bring restaurant inspection information to more Yelp users around the word, by giving cities, counties and governmental agencies new ways to connect their databases to the widely used business review service.
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Under the partnership, Yelp will become a member of Socrata’s Open Data Network, and government users of Socrata’s Open Data Portal will receive tools and guidance to help them connect their data to Yelp’s systems

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How Google Search Dealt With Mobile — Backchannel — Medium

How Google Search Dealt With Mobile - Backchannel - Medium
For its entire 17-year history, Google Search has always been evolving, a process that the company often marks with celebratory blog items and an occasional press event. (Though when it comes to quantifying the changes, Google reverts to its usual dogged stinginess — for years, it has described the number of hints it uses to help rank search queries, known as “signals,” as “more than 200.”) Because Search remains the company’s flagship product — and the platform supporting the ads that are still Google’s dominant source of income — Google has never been complacent about improving the way that over a billion people find information in the course of a day. But in the past few years, the pace has accelerated, both in short- and long-term efforts, to keep Google ahead of its competitors.
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Looking ahead, Google has been pushing the frontiers of artificial intelligence to build a giant “brain” that will be able to much better understand both its users and the world, delivering on-target results even before people think to ask about it. (More on this later in this series.)

 

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Never reported: Torontonian uses big data and privacy expertise to create anonymous index of sexual assault

Never reported: Torontonian uses big data and privacy expertise to create anonymous index of sexual assault | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Lauren Reid's project is ambitious and unprecedented in its scope, and it comes with its own set of complicated challenges and concerns
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Right now, the best self-reported data on sexual assault comes from Statistics Canada’s General Social Survey on Victimization, in which a random sample of Canadians are asked, out of the blue and by phone, if they have ever been sexually assaulted. The most recent survey shows 6% of Canadian women self-reported a sexual assault — a number that activists believe is under-representative. An oft-cited statistic that one in four Canadian women have been sexually assaulted is routinely picked apart.

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Toward Better Privacy, Data Breach Laws - Krebs on Security

Toward Better Privacy, Data Breach Laws - Krebs on Security | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Krebs on Security Toward Better Privacy, Data Breach Laws Krebs on Security President Obama on Monday outlined a proposal that would require companies to inform their customers of a data breach within 30 days of discovering their information has...
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Leaving aside the weighty question of federal preemption, I’d like to see a discussion here and elsewhere about a requirement which mandates that companies disclose how they got breached. Naturally, we wouldn’t expect companies to disclose the specific technologies they’re using in a public breach document. Additionally, forensics firms called in to investigate aren’t always able to precisely pinpoint the cause or source of the breach.

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12 Stats from around the #Digital World

12 Stats from around the #Digital World | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Stat’s just the way it is. Some things will never change.

Via Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein
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Although the stats may change, the determination to bring you the very best insight will remain forever undaunted. 

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, January 23, 10:36 PM

It's always great to end the week with a recap around #digital #marketing and #ecommerce world.


It's all about #Mobile - good #infographics


It includes one non-marketing stat from Canada, guess what it's about :)

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How To Test Drive Big Data Analytics

How To Test Drive Big Data Analytics | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
If we can accept the contention that big data analytics testing is not easy, then we can drill down to ask why exactly this job and procedure is so hard to execute in real world workplaces.
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It is still comparatively early days for both Hadoop and for big data analytics, so it’s not unfair to suggest that firms will often exhibit a lack of the required levels of in-house testing infrastructure required to execute big data projects.
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The role of big data in financial inclusion

The role of big data in financial inclusion | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it

Relevance and personalisation are delivered by data-driven insights; this is one of the new truths of business. As a mathematician and statistician this appeals to my inner geek; I enjoy numbers, patterns and formulas. For many years it wasn’t a “cool” thing to admit but now in the 21st century the geeks have inherited the earth and technology has penetrated every part of our lives. Thanks to the ubiquity of technology those same numbers, patterns and formulas that I learnt to love are opening new doors and delivering data insights that are changing the face of business and commerce.

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Patterns and predictions can influence every part of our lives. What particularly interests me is how insights can deliver impact and influence in real world applications. I see the power of data every day, because we use it to inform our own business decisions at MasterCard. We use it as a route to identify areas for growth, address concerns, to understand our audiences and to drive social good on a global scale.

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Big data initiatives not quite delivering yet, survey shows | ZDNet

Big data initiatives not quite delivering yet, survey shows | ZDNet | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
A new survey of 226 executives surfaced some interesting results pertaining to big data adoption.

For starters, there's some notable progress with cloud. The survey report states that "only" 36 percent of global organizations use cloud-based big data and analytics platforms. Actually, 36 percent seems like a remarkable uptake of cloud-based data analytics, considering the fact that most analytics vendors have only just begin to start moving their clients to the cloud-based configurations.
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The benefits have not materialized, either. In the survey, only 27 percent of respondents described their big data initiatives as "successful," and only eight percent described them as "very successful" In fact, organizations were found to be struggling even with their proof-of-concept projects, with an average success rate of only 38 percent.

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The Big Data Analytics Warehouse and Digital Data Models - SemAngel

The Big Data Analytics Warehouse and Digital Data Models - SemAngel | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
People have struggled to do anything useful with most big data sources. And while those sources do have lots of volume, and sometimes have lots of variety and velocity, these are not the root cause of our struggles. Analysts can, and have, handled cases of too much volume in their data with the simple but perfectly acceptable expedient of sampling.  Variety – a multiplicity of data sources – always creates integration challenges. But it doesn’t take a data scientist or a new technology to join data if you’ve done a credible job creating keys. And without keys, no big data system in the world does any better at putting data together. There are, it’s true, some advantages to systems that do late binding of data definitions when you’ve got lots of data sources. But this point would hardly justify new technologies and gains much of its apparent force from a confusion of production systems and analytics sandboxes. Give me a SQL-Server instance where I have complete control over the schema, I can add and drop tables at will, and load whatever data I want, and the practical difference between early and late binding of fields and business rules shrinks considerably. As to velocity, one can test the efficacy of this simply by asking whether the analysis and the data actually need to be done in real-time.  Real-time does present many unique challenges to both technology and analytic method. But the overwhelming number of big data systems I see no more address real-time than did their traditional predecessors. Batch is batch.
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So if the size of data, the variety of data and the velocity of data aren’t really that interesting (I’m not even going to waste time with the absurd idea that data quality is somehow materially worse than it used to be), it would be tempting to think that big data is just hype. That isn’t my view.

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Give Me The Data! Why So Many Data Ideas Fail

Give Me The Data! Why So Many Data Ideas Fail | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
To build a data product you need to have the right data. This sounds simple, but it is often forgotten by entrepreneurs or top managers alike. Data should not be confused with the product or the business question that makes it powerful. But even if you have a great idea, it comes down to having the right data to make it feasible.
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But unfortunately Ideas are easy to dream up, I have a whole scratch Evernote book full of what we could do with data – but is it feasible?

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Stop Telling Women What They Aren’t Capable Of — Medium

Stop Telling Women What They Aren’t Capable Of — Medium | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
57% of women who enter careers in the technology industry end up quitting. Of those women, 38% report that “hostile macho culture” was a contributing factor to their decision to quit. 27% report compensation as a factor. One in three professional tech women report encountering dismissive attitudes from colleagues.
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Another problem with this approach is that it’s a very long-term investment. Improving CS education for girls does nothing to improve things for the women currently in the technology industry, and won’t have much effect on the professional or academic worlds for another 10–20 years. And if we haven’t fixed the retention issues by that time, they won’t make much of a dent.

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, January 19, 7:04 AM

And even if I spend all day writing code, literally zero seconds of that are spent thinking about correct placement of parentheses or semicolons...

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2015: The Year of IoT Pioneers, Analytics and Data Privacy

2015: The Year of IoT Pioneers, Analytics and Data Privacy | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
This past year welcomed widespread Internet of Things (IoT) adoption and hype, big data implementation, and growing concerns around data privacy and cloud deployment.
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The pace of innovation and entrepreneurship in IoT will peak in the next years. By connecting everything, IoT will democratize and mobilize a large mainstream of smart young people with bright ideas, building new technologies and business models for the IoT market. As a result, the cost of trying and failing will diminish when weighed against the potential rewards of changing the way we live, work and enjoy our lives today.

 
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How Big Data Is Being Used in the Fight Against Human Trafficking - U.S. News & World Report

How Big Data Is Being Used in the Fight Against Human Trafficking - U.S. News & World Report | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
From services for victims to prosecuting offenders, new technologies are being utilized to address exploitation.
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The Polaris Project, an anti-human trafficking organization based in the District of Columbia, for seven years has operated a national hotline for victims to call when they're in desperate need of help. The hotline has received more than 75,000 calls, and specialists manning it previously had to navigate between a caller's location on Google Maps, a Microsoft Word document detailing 215 protocols for handling specific situations and a list of nearly 3,000 resources – including shelters, legal services and local law enforcement agencies – available to victims through Polaris' network.

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Kayleb Forsythe's curator insight, January 19, 2:12 PM

The Polaris Project, an anti-human trafficking organization based in the District of Columbia, for seven years has operated a national hotline for victims to call when they're in desperate need of help.

To this day, the hotline has received more than 75,000 calls, and specialists manning it previously had to navigate between a caller's location on Google Maps, a Microsoft Word document detailing 215 protocols for handling specific situations and a list of nearly 3,000 resources. These include shelters, legal services and local law enforcement agencies available to victims through Polaris' network.

Within a few weeks, Palantir had created software that streamlined Polaris’ network of resources into a single dashboard for call specialists to use.

I think this is very important And will prove vital to the survival and well being of citizens that are affected everyday by human trafficking.  With technology increasing, it is good to put it to good use.

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Who will win the battle of the enterprise giants?

Who will win the battle of the enterprise giants? | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Microsoft has had a change of leadership and is now looking to expand its consumer and enterprise software concurrently. As Mary Jo Foley put it, "Microsoft's enterprise offerings continue to carry the day," bringing in over $14 billion (around £9 billion, AU$17 billion) in Q4 2014. While Microsoft's future may lie with wearables or health in terms of relevancy to the consumer, its fiscal future could lie with enterprise and Satya Nadella knows this.
Instead of specialising in one sector, Microsoft attempts to cover them all and it seems to be working. As enterprise isn't generally considered as "sexy" as consumer technology (with the exception of Box) far less attention is paid to it, especially in the tech press, and so it is easy to let Microsoft's innovations go unnoticed – but 2014 witnessed updates to nearly all of the company's main enterprise offerings
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The war for the consumer is over, but the war for enterprise is hotting up and these companies are at the forefront of what is going to occur in 2015 and beyond. We will likely see IPOs, buyouts and more, as new products are released almost daily. There has never been a better time to have an interest in enterprise.

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President Obama Is Waging a War on Hackers

President Obama Is Waging a War on Hackers | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Ha ha. New York Times accidentally posted their employee database to their website: SSN, passwords, and salaries: https://t.co/1dLdUXG2tT — Rob Graham (@ErrataRob) January 14, 2015 In next week’s State of the Union address, President Obama will...
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In next week’s State of the Union address, President Obama will propose new lawsagainst hacking that could make either retweeting or clicking on the above (fictional) link illegal. The new laws make it a felony to intentionally access unauthorized information even if it’s been posted to a public website. The new laws make it a felony to traffic in information like passwords, where “trafficking” includes posting a link.

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8 Trends In Big Data For 2015

As a Big Data recruiter, the speed of change in the industry never ceases to amaze me.
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Self Service Big Data

As the analytics software becomes easier to use, and companies educate their employees on some basic techniques, 2015 will be the year of accessible Big Data. It will no longer be some mysterious activity spitting out conclusions of questionable origin. People will understand where the data has come from, they will understand how to manipulate it and what it means for their particular part of the business. If they have the right tools, anyone will be able to draw their own insights. (Good luck with THAT one!)

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World of Warcraft May Soon Have a Free Veteran Edition - IGN

World of Warcraft May Soon Have a Free Veteran Edition - IGN | Data Nerd's Corner | Scoop.it
Datamined files suggest Blizzard may soon be offering those who've previously subbed to WoW a new free-to-play option.
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While it sounds like the Veteran Edition may be Blizzards attempt to add World of Warcraft to the list of subscription based MMO that became Free-to-Play titles, the name Veteran Edition and the fact that characters can join guilds if that player already has a character in that guild hints otherwise. At the moment Veteran Edition sounds like it’s aimed more at players who have quit WoW but never really lost that itch to turn it on one more time yet still don’t due to subscriptions.

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