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Following Login Changes, Facebook Extends Social Login Dominance

Following Login Changes, Facebook Extends Social Login Dominance | Innovation | Scoop.it
Facebook is responsible for 55% of all social logins, a dominant market share and well above Google's 27%.
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Facebook agrees to buy WhatsApp for $16 billion - USA TODAY

Facebook agrees to buy WhatsApp for $16 billion - USA TODAY | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Facebook is paying $16 billion to buy WhatsApp, getting the social network into the fast-growing mobile messaging market”
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Introducing Business Intelligence - What it Means to be a New Customer

Introducing Business Intelligence - What it Means to be a New Customer | Innovation | Scoop.it

What does it mean to it mean to be a brand new customer to BI systems? Big data optimization sounds great, but there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work to ensure BI platforms are implemented well, deliver sound analysis, and provide the organization with real, tangible value.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, December 9, 2013 10:09 AM

Introducing an organization to BI is a learning process from the start.


Many enterprises see where they want their Business Intelligence platform to be, without having a baseline understanding of the roadmap to achieve that end product.

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How Your Travel Journey Can Be Improved With Big Data

How Your Travel Journey Can Be Improved With Big Data | Innovation | Scoop.it
The airline industry has always been known for creating a lot of data and for airline companies the potential benefits when applying big data correctly are tremendous.

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IBM, AT&T pair to offer 'Internet of things' systems | NetworkWorld.com

IBM, AT&T pair to offer 'Internet of things' systems | NetworkWorld.com | Innovation | Scoop.it
AT&T and IBM will start jointly offering services designed to help municipalities, utility companies and other organizations use "Internet of things" technologies to better manage their infrastructure."There is a huge amount of growth of the things that are connected" to networks, said Michael Curry, IBM vice president of productmanagement. "When you have that many things connected in, you have a big data problem. Companies want to be able to take that data and use it to optimize operations and predict failures."IBM estimates that there will be over 18 billion connected devices in the world by 2022. Examples of connected devices include mobile phones and sensors.For this work, IBM's software division will work with AT&T's Advanced Solution unit. AT&T will provide network connectivity and IBM will provide the software and integration.The two companies plan to help organizations build out systems that can collect data, wirelessly, from many remote end-nodes, an approach increasingly being called "The Internet of things" in the industry. The data can be analyzed and monitored, as well as fed to mobile devices for personnel in the field.The initial targets for the service will be municipalities, mid-size utility companies and transportation companies, though any sort of organization could benefit from remote monitoring should consider IBM and AT&T's assistance, Curry said.Cities could use this approach to better and control manage traffic. Utility companies could more closely monitor their customers' energy usage. Transportation companies could better manage their fleets of vehicles.Click headline to read more--
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Marketing of the Future - digital proximity marketing

Marketing of the Future - digital proximity marketing | Innovation | Scoop.it

How to develop a digital model that can manage dynamic, bidirectional and omnichannel communication, within digital marketing and proximity marketing?


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Luca Naso's curator insight, December 6, 2013 12:06 PM

First article in a series of 3 about Digital Proximity Marketing.

 

Very good reading for those interested in building models to improving customer experience, within the context of Omnichannel and Digital Communication.