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Big Data 101 for Investment Management

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Investment Managers that use trading models know that their value comes from three main areas:  data, how it is being analyzed, and the speed at which it is processed.  The flexibility of these models is also critical and it is always better to reduce development time (and cost).

All of these make trading models a perfect fit for Big Data solutions.


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Futuristic Furling Tablets

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The Future of Mobile Technology - The Future of Mobile Technology is a project undertaken by Callil Capuozzo. This compelling proposal explores the range of innovative materials and...
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GUEST POST: NFC Changing the Loyalty Landscape « PMA Centers of Excellence

GUEST POST: NFC Changing the Loyalty Landscape « PMA Centers of Excellence | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
RT @IdentiveNFC: NFC is changing the loyalty marketing landscape http://t.co/0Z61b4sKnY. #INVE #NFC #Loyalty @ThePMA

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Leap jumps to capture next step in motion control

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In a bustling tent set up in a parking lot here at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival, people are pointing their hands and gesturing with chopsticks as they guide various actions on a dozen computer ...

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Larry Murphy, JR's curator insight, March 13, 2013 4:34 AM

This technology appears to gaining more steam. If they can get it to market for games, hopefully educational applications wont be far behind.

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Gesture based technology - What can it mean for education? - Innovative-Education - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Gesture based technology - What can it mean for education? - Innovative-Education - Site Home - MSDN Blogs | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

Immersing a user in a virtual world, or gesture based browsing has the potential to change our attitudes concerning how we interact with computers in class, and promote active learning methods. We are no doubt in the midst of or the beginnings of a shift towards less passive learning techniques and styles. More active, student-centered approaches to classroom learning are becoming more common.

 


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7 Ways Mobile Apps Are Driving Revenue for Businesses

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Smartphones have opened a whole new world of shopping and engagement opportunities.

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JaronRayHinds's curator insight, January 16, 2013 1:43 PM

Follows suit with the article that I wrote yesterday!

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The Surprising Numbers Behind Apps

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How much time do people spend with apps? How much money does the average developer make?

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Devan Kotze's curator insight, March 22, 2013 9:20 AM

The truth about Apps and the time that is spent using them.

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What is NFC and why is it in your phone?

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The handsets, the trials and the tech behind the mobile 'wave and pay' wallet.
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Cloud Computing Set To Become More Efficient - Business 2 Community

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The recently announced “Netflix Cloud Prize” is evidence that more efficiency in cloud computing is being sought across all sectors.
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Corina Rodriguez's curator insight, March 22, 2013 8:26 AM

Article goes through the endless possibilities of cloud computing and the reasons why companies should and are switiching to the cloud.

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BigData in HR: Why it's Here and What it Means

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The Bersin by Deloitte Analyst Blog

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, March 5, 2013 2:14 AM

If you think about the history of analytics in other business areas, the evolution looks like the chart below. When companies started industrializing their manufacturing, they eventually purchased ERP software and developed supply chain and financial analytics.


In the 1970s and 1980s companies started to industrialize their customer marketing and analysis, and we started to focus on "the market of one." This led to a tremendous explosion in CRM and sales analysis systems, which today has become a huge industry in customer segmentation and marketing analytics.


Now, given the global recession and talent imbalances in the world, companies are focusing on replacing their legacy HR systems to help apply analytics reasoning to HR and talent. As the chart shows, in each of these evolutions we started with reporting and core understanding and then moved to predictive analytics. This is what is happening in HR.

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Verizon: We're America's 4G LTE king | Venture Beat

Verizon: We're America's 4G LTE king | Venture Beat | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

Verizon is the king of fast cellular networks in America, or so it says. And it’s hard to argue with the company’s numbers.

 

Verizon reported its fourth-quarter 2012 earnings today, revealing that 63 percent of its smartphone sales were Apple iPhones. But chief financial officer Fran Shammo made a special point of stressing the carrier’s fast 4G LTE network.

 

“Customer adoption of 4G LTE is really gaining momentum,” Shammo said on the company’s earnings call. “Our total 4G LTE devices sales reached 7.3 million [units] … up 60 percent from last quarter.”

 

Almost all of the Android phones Verizon sold were 4G LTE capable, and 65 percent of the entire 9.8 million smartphones sold were 4G LTE. (The non-Android numbers are down slight due to sales of Apple’s older iPhone models, which do not support LTE.)

 

But it’s not just the devices, of course. It’s the network that matters.

 

“Almost half of our data traffic is on the 4G LTE network,” Shammo said, adding that Verizon believes its 4G network is five times more efficient than 3G. “We are by far the market leader, with 476 markets covering 89% of the US population.”

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Samsung preps 5.5-inch flexible phone screen for CES demo

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In January, Samsung's mobile display spinoff will bring us a step closer to bendable smartphones. Now that's twisted. Read this post by Jessica Dolcourt on CES 2013: Smartphones.

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Gesture-based tech: A future in education? | ZDNet

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An analysis of gesture-based technology and its future role in education.

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Larry Murphy, JR's curator insight, February 23, 2013 11:05 AM

This is a great article By Charlie Osborne for iGeneration | March 10, 2012. She outlines the future possibilities of gesture base technologies and their educational applications. I have learned more by doing than by sitting through lectures. I remember things longer if I have an active part in the transfer of learning process. I like the future prospect of using technology to our advantage to encourage that interaction.

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Big Data 101 for Investment Management

Big Data 101 for Investment Management | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

Investment Managers that use trading models know that their value comes from three main areas:  data, how it is being analyzed, and the speed at which it is processed.  The flexibility of these models is also critical and it is always better to reduce development time (and cost).

All of these make trading models a perfect fit for Big Data solutions.


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Live Blog: The Next Five Years Of IT - Lifehacker Australia

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Live Blog: The Next Five Years Of IT Lifehacker Australia From the analytics side, we're seeing a lot of work with analytics providers, cloud providers and storage providers. Big data is still driving a lot ....


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How Mobile Is Revolutionizing In-Store Shopping

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Retailers are marrying the physical-store experience with smartphones to lure more customers.

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Apple's next innovation: 3D gesture-based computing puts the 'post' in Post-PC

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Apple seems likely to continue its exploration of next-generation user interfaces, and I'm beginning to think we may see some movement toward gesture-based controls in future products, with an Apple television and iMac being obvious candidates for...
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iHT2 Report Identifies Big Data Strategies For Healthcare ...

iHT2 Report Identifies Big Data Strategies For Healthcare ... | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
There are plenty of advocates touting the potential that Big Data has in healthcare, whether its helping us to fight flu epidemics, manage asthma and diabetes, or prevent disease epidemics at mass gatherings.
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BigData in Human Resources: Talent Analytics Comes of Age

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There are around 160 million workers in the US alone, and most companys’ largest expense is payroll. In fact in most businesses payroll is 40% or more of total revenue, meaning that total US payroll expense is many billions of dollars.

How well do organizations truly understand what drives performance among their workforce? The answer: not really very well. Do we know why one sales person outperforms his peers? Do we understand why certain leaders thrive and others flame out? Can we accurately predict whether a candidate will really perform well in our organization?


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 17, 2013 9:34 PM

A great article on the use of BigData in HR. Data definately tells us that we may have been looking at the wrong things in relation to a number of HR practices. Take a look at a good example of recruiting sales people.

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Understanding cloud computing and storage | Digital Trends

Understanding cloud computing and storage | Digital Trends | what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
Get caught up in the cloud with a simple explanation of how cloud computing works, plus see comparisons of various cloud services.

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Dom Schaumann's curator insight, March 20, 2013 11:32 PM

The use and development of cloud computing in the future will be one of the most important for the IT industry as the need for higher resolution videos and such on smaller more versatile devices will increase the dependance on cloud computing.

 

With an increase in internet speeds in the future cloud computing will become standard and making the need for storage devices at home or work obsolete as everything down to the software can be stored in another location able to be accessed virtually.