Rather than worry about your future performance, work to be the best today. The rest will follow. Seize the opportunity to respond to customers in the moment, rather than react too late. That way, everyone benefits.
Think 2018 in Las Vegas was a record breaking event, where tens of thousands of attendees gathered to talk with one another and share their experiences. Visionary speakers and experts shared their solutions for some of the world’s most daunting challenges.
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Perhaps one the single most significant changes to the analytics landscape in recent years had been the emergence of the data scientist. This role is continuing to evolve, with many organizations still in the process of establishing how best to incorporate this relatively new discipline into their
One thing that a recent event in Beijing, China confirmed is there’s no shortage of interest in machine learning for developers in that region. Take a look at snapshots of event highlights featuring rich content on artificial intelligence, cognitive capabilities, machine learning and more presented
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The connected nature of the digital era empowers energy and utility consumers to choose their providers and actively manage and monitor consumption. And energy and utility providers face new challenges to provide the services consumers demand and retain loyal customers. Learn more about a
Understanding data and data relationships is particularly vital in the energy and utilities industry. Discover how industry data models serve as blueprints for defining structures that provide a broad, in-depth view of business, and how they helped one energy and utilities organization extract data
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Green practices in the construction industry are producing smart buildings that offer tremendous levels of energy efficiency. Take a look at three building projects that apply Internet of Things technology to help significantly reduce energy consumption in smart buildings that showcase going green