Archive for October 2014

WSJ – Big Data Overhaul Jolts Old Party Ways

WSJ - Big Data Overhaul Jolts Old Party Ways

Very insightful WSJ article – ‘Big Data Overhaul Jolts Old Party Ways’ by Patrick O’Connor about the Republican National Committee’s use of a centralized data warehouse for competitive advantage.  The Obama Administration set the standard for the use of social media, voter engagement and predictive analytics in both […]

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WSJ – The Big Mystery – What’s Big Data Really Worth?

WSJ - The Big Mystery - What’s Big Data Really Worth?

Very insightful WSJ article  – ‘What’s Big Data Really Worth?’ by journalist Vipal Monga reports on how company’s value and charge for their ‘Big Data’ – a highly prized asset that can act as a substantial competitive barrier. As predictive modeling and algorithms vastly increase in capability to […]

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WSJ – IRobot Introduces System to Help Machines Think for Themselves

WSJ - IRobot Introduces System to Help Machines Think for Themselves

A confluence of articles on Robots have caught the media’s attention recently about the ‘rise of robots’, including the WSJ’s article – ‘IRobot Introduces System to Help Machines Think for Themselves’ by journalist Doug Cameron. What’s material is the shift to autonomous machines programmed to process Big Data […]

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Huffington Post – Honoring Our Wounded Veterans at Warrior Games

Huffington Post - Honoring Our Wounded Veterans at Warrior Games

We are thankful to the Huffington Post for featuring our nation’s veterans in ‘Honoring Our Wounded Veterans at Warrior Games’.  Nick Mavrick and Carl Tuvin share their insights from the Warrior Games and Invictus Games. “Please join in praising our Heroes and their families at the 2014 Warrior […]

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