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How Big Data Will Impact IT Spending in 2013 | SiliconANGLE

How Big Data Will Impact IT Spending in 2013 | SiliconANGLE | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
How Big Data will impact your organization? -> http://t.co/5DY88LjI
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List of Social Media sites

Find a list of 100 most useful Social Media sites which every Seo must use for promotion.

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11 Words You Should Never Use in Sales or Marketing

11 Words You Should Never Use in Sales or Marketing | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Want to stand out from the pack? Stop sounding like the pack.

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David Job's comment, January 23, 2013 12:12 PM
But feel free to use them INTERNALLY because they are driving your operationnal excellence strategy.
David Job's comment, January 23, 2013 12:12 PM
But feel free to use them INTERNALLY because they are driving your operationnal excellence strategy.
David Job's curator insight, January 23, 2013 12:13 PM
But feel free to use them INTERNALLY because they are driving your operationnal excellence strategy.
As the customer doesn't know much about operationnal excellence, indeed, using those words can be misunderstood.
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Gadget Gift Guide: Best Tablets and E-readers

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Getty Images Take a look at the gift lists out there this holiday season and you’ll see one type of product tops most of them: tablets. Ah, tablets. Such a simple word, but, oh, what a confusing area right now.
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Four Top Trends That Will Shape Digital Health | HITECH Answers

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Future2012: Big Data is Here - But Where Do You Find the Value? | DQM Group

About this presentation This presentation was given by Kevin Long, Business Development Director, Teradata at the DataIQ Future Conference on 17th October 2012.
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10 fascinating Facebook facts -- and what they say about us

10 fascinating Facebook facts -- and what they say about us | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
A study released this week revealed that 47% of Facebook users have swear words on their pages. A survey last week, meanwhile, showed that undergraduate men who talk about alcohol on Facebook tend to have more friends.
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Empower Network Review: A High Technology, Automatic Answer to the Website Owner’s Need for a Steady Flow of Traffic

Empower Network Review:  A High Technology, Automatic Answer to the Website Owner’s Need for a Steady Flow of Traffic | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Empower Network Review: A High Technology, Automatic Answer to the Website Owner’s Need for a Steady Flow of Traffic (http://t.co/VNfBKqW4 Empower Network Review: A High Technology, Automatic...
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ZipWhip Releases Cloud Texting App for Linux Desktop - Linux.com (blog)

ZipWhip Releases Cloud Texting App for Linux Desktop - Linux.com (blog) | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
ZipWhip Releases Cloud Texting App for Linux DesktopLinux.com (blog)The company that introduced the Textspresso machine to the world has now released its desktop cloud texting application for Linux.

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New Social Content Discovery Platform: Ping.it

New Social Content Discovery Platform: Ping.it | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it

Giuseppe Mauriello: I received an invitation some hours ago to join into closed beta test of Ping.it (formerly StormDriver).

It is a social content discovery platform that allows people to ping where they are in the Web right now, locate others in real time, and join them on any page.

 

From About Page:

"Ping.it offers a new way to discover interesting content in a social setting. Instead of leaving updates on social networks, just like notes on a fridge, simply share the experience of discovering content in real time, together. Don’t wait for people to tell you what they’re doing. Instead, take a look at Ping.it and join them on the spot!

 

With Ping.it you can see what pages others are visiting right now. You can also get pinged about the good stuff they find or ping your own discoveries.

 

Ping.it is all about the real-time aspect of the Web. Being aware of where your friends are online is one thing. Another is that you can instantly know what’s hot. In Ping.it you can see how many other users are interacting with a page, and if things get interesting you can get notified and join in the fun!

 

Every ping can be send to a specific topic – and all the people who follow it. This way you will immediately know if a new interesting page was pinged to any topic you follow. You can create your own topics, invite contributors, and together create useful scrapbooks of content. All topics have their own unique URL’s, so that you can share your best collaborations with the outside world.

 

We use cloud-enhanced browsing in order to let you enjoy your favorite content from within Ping.it. Instead of searching for stuff outside and then reporting on your findings through social networks..."

 

 

Try out it / request an invite here: http://ping.it

 

About Page: http://ping.it/Home/About

 

Read more from this Blog Post: http://ping.it/blog/stormdriver-is-now-ping-it/


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Microsoft and Nokia hit back at Google 'patent troll' claims

Microsoft and Nokia hit back at Google 'patent troll' claims | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Android creator alleges that rivals are feeding mobile patents to firm that aims to extract billions from handset makers.
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Agility 4 SSD from OCZ announced, already in stock at $150 - Engadget

Agility 4 SSD from OCZ announced, already in stock at $150 - Engadget | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Agility 4 SSD from OCZ announced, already in stock at $150EngadgetBy Steve Dent posted Jun 3rd 2012 3:35AM SSD makers often try to wow us with raw MB/S, but OCZ is talking up "enterprise-level" reliability, ops per second, and throughput equally...
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What does Big Data mean for marketing? | Lead Views - a B2B Lead Generation Blog

What does Big Data mean for marketing? | Lead Views - a B2B Lead Generation Blog | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Yes, Big Data is currently at the peak of a Gartner hype cycle.  Like many new trends in information technology with ambiguous names and all-encompassing (What does Big Data mean for marketing?
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Weekly Recap: Strike E-Learning Gold - Articulate

Weekly Recap: Strike E-Learning Gold - Articulate | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Whether you're an e-learning tenderfoot or seasoned prospector, you'll discover a bonanza of course-building nuggets in E-Learning Heroes. Our e-learning alchemists will help you strike it rich, mining those valuable tips into ...
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How Big Data Will Impact IT Spending in 2013 | SiliconANGLE

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The Rise Of The New App Economy

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VisionMobile recently designed an Infographic, The Rise of the new App Economy – based on and highlighting some of the key findings and insights from the Developer Economics 2012 Research Report.

 

This Research is based on an online survey of 1,500+ developers from across the globe, as well as 20 qualitative interviews. Our sample was global, including developers not just from North America, Europe and Asia, but also from Africa, Oceania and Latin America.

 

Here are some of the many insights from the report:

# The average per-app revenue is in the range of $1,200-$3,900 per month, depending on platform
# Irrespective of which platform they primarily use, the majority of developers (57%) plan to adopt Windows Phone
#Tablets are now a mainstream screen for developers: more than 50% of developers are now targeting tablets, with iOS developers most likely (74%) to do so
# North America tops app demand with 41% of developers indicating this is a top-3 download region, irrespective of their region of origin

 

Among other insights, this Infographic presents the most popular mobile platforms for developers (and how they’ve gained or lost Mindshare in the past year).

Android and iOS continue to be the most popular platforms, with a Mindshare Index of 76% and 66% respectively, while mobile web takes third place. You’ll also find the most popular screens that developers are currently targeting. Some 85% of developers today are targeting smartphones and 51% are targeting tablets – but, despite the hype, just around 8% of them target the TV screen.

 

Also presented are some sad truths about developer monetization – and how 1 in 3 developers are living below the “app poverty line”, uncovers which are the most cost-heavy platforms to develop on and takes a look at the supply vs. demand of apps at a regional level.

 

By Matos Kapetanakis. http://bit.ly/TDNqCr ;

Developer Economics 2012 Research Report. [PDF] http://bit.ly/PbTZvI ;

Source. http://bit.ly/OXxBTX ;

 

 


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Gadget Gift Guide: Best Tablets and E-readers

Gadget Gift Guide: Best Tablets and E-readers | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Getty Images Take a look at the gift lists out there this holiday season and you’ll see one type of product tops most of them: tablets. Ah, tablets. Such a simple word, but, oh, what a confusing area right now.
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High Scalability - High Scalability - Big Data Counting: How to count a billion distinct objects using only 1.5KB of Memory

High Scalability - High Scalability - Big Data Counting: How to count a billion distinct objects using only 1.5KB of Memory | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
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The Rise Of The New App Economy

The Rise Of The New App Economy | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it


VisionMobile recently designed an Infographic, The Rise of the new App Economy – based on and highlighting some of the key findings and insights from the Developer Economics 2012 Research Report.


This Research is based on an online survey of 1,500+ developers from across the globe, as well as 20 qualitative interviews. Our sample was global, including developers not just from North America, Europe and Asia, but also from Africa, Oceania and Latin America.


Here are some of the many insights from the report:

# The average per-app revenue is in the range of $1,200-$3,900 per month, depending on platform
# Irrespective of which platform they primarily use, the majority of developers (57%) plan to adopt Windows Phone
#Tablets are now a mainstream screen for developers: more than 50% of developers are now targeting tablets, with iOS developers most likely (74%) to do so
# North America tops app demand with 41% of developers indicating this is a top-3 download region, irrespective of their region of origin


Among other insights, this Infographic presents the most popular mobile platforms for developers (and how they’ve gained or lost Mindshare in the past year).

Android and iOS continue to be the most popular platforms, with a Mindshare Index of 76% and 66% respectively, while mobile web takes third place. You’ll also find the most popular screens that developers are currently targeting. Some 85% of developers today are targeting smartphones and 51% are targeting tablets – but, despite the hype, just around 8% of them target the TV screen.


Also presented are some sad truths about developer monetization – and how 1 in 3 developers are living below the “app poverty line”, uncovers which are the most cost-heavy platforms to develop on and takes a look at the supply vs. demand of apps at a regional level.


By Matos Kapetanakis. http://bit.ly/TDNqCr ;

Developer Economics 2012 Research Report. [PDF] http://bit.ly/PbTZvI ;

Source. http://bit.ly/OXxBTX ;

 



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Teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculum - Washington Post

Teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculum - Washington Post | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Teachers learn to integrate technology into curriculumWashington PostWith iPads in hand, the math and science teachers walked around Charles Carroll Middle School recently snapping pictures of images that illustrated the school's motto — Pride.
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Big Data Challenge: Transforming the Sales Approach From Reactive Selling to Demand Shaping | ISA Marketing & Sales Summit

Big Data Challenge: Transforming the Sales Approach From Reactive Selling to Demand Shaping | ISA Marketing & Sales Summit | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Join us at the Summit for this presentation by Radhika Subramanian and Kate Laneve. What’s all the hype around big data?
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Have you organized your cloud technology? - Reading Eagle

Have you organized your cloud technology? - Reading Eagle | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
Have you organized your cloud technology?Reading EagleI recently attended a seminar on cloud technology with the Greater Philadelphia Professional Organizers. I was fairly sure we were going to learn about the Internet and not about cumulus clouds.
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Technology: Google's bringing Chromebook closer to the mainstream - Indianapolis Star

Technology: Google's bringing Chromebook closer to the mainstream - Indianapolis Star | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
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Technology Skills We Should Be Teaching in College

Technology Skills We Should Be Teaching in College | Krispys Tech | Scoop.it
RT @busynessgirl: Technology Skills We Should Be Teaching in College http://t.co/M2qh237F...
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