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Use – Storing, loading, installing, and/or running a Product, or displaying screens generated by a Product.
Feed: Liquid Web. Author: Chris Lema; “Thank you for shopping with us.” It isn’t just a slogan for plastic shopping bags, it’s a real feeling you have toward your customers. As business owners, we thank our customers in a lot of ways, but few are as personal as an actual thank-you note. And people appreciate them even more than we think.Thank-you notes can be the difference between one-time and life-long customers. According to Forbes, 68% of people have left a business relationship because they felt that the company was “indifferent” toward them. That’s a lot of lost business, but it’s ... Read More
Feed: Cloudwards. Author: Jacob Roach; After long, awkward hours discussing political differences across a roasted bird, we can’t wait to join the herds of Black Friday shoppers. However, as much as being trampled for the latest OLED sounds appealing, we prefer to do at least a bit of our shopping online. Black Friday and Cyber Monday have turned into one weekend of deals as more Americans turn to online retailers instead of brick-and-mortar ones. While there is some savings on the latest physical tech, you’ll find the highest value when shopping for digital products. We’re here to guide you through ... Read More
Feed: Big Data Made Simple. Author: Baiju NT. With today’s modern technology, everything is within reach. The world is connected by an ‘invisible string’ ̶ the internet, which has dramatically transformed access to information. In just one click, you can have all the answers to your questions. One can also store and readily access large amounts of data in the cloud, which businesses now use for their benefit. In fact, lines like “I left that file on my computer. I’ll have to send it to you when I get back to the office” and “I’m running out of storage space” ... Read More
Feed: SAS Blogs. Author: Keld Zornig. A recent survey by Forbes found that 73 percent of organisations are already piloting, experimenting or planning to deploy artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms. AI is driving a transformation across industries. In banking, for example, natural language processing is being used to explore sources of unstructured data such as customer comments, and learning algorithms are also being deployed to combat fraud and improve credit scoring, as well as to manage ATMs more efficiently. There is, however, one important issue. In total, 60 percent of people surveyed by Forbes were concerned about the impact of AI-driven ... Read More
Feed: Cloudwards. Author: Eric Hamilton; In 2008, Iron Man effectively launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ten years and 20 films later, the MCU has become the model everyone wants to emulate. While there are many standalone films, the Avengers franchise is among the most popular and lucrative. Given that, we thought you might be wondering how to watch the Avengers movies, so we made this guide. All three Avengers movies are culminations of various plotlines in the MCU. The MCU launched 10 years ago and spans multiple phases and movies, creating a shared universe and canon. Avengers 4 will be ... Read More
Feed: Planet MySQL; Author: Marco Tusa; PREVIOUS POST MySQL High Availability. Shutterstock.com In this article, we’ll look at an example of an on-premises, geographically distributed MySQL high availability solution. It’s part of a longer series on some high availability reference architecture solutions over geographically distributed areas. Part 1: Reference Architecture(s) for High Availability Solutions in Geographic Distributed Scenarios: Why Should I Care? Percona consulting’s main aim is to identify simple solutions to complex problems. We try to focus on identifying the right tool, a more efficient solution, and what can be done to make our customers’ lives easier. We believe in doing ... Read More
Reference Architecture(s) for High Availability Solutions in Geographic Distributed Scenarios: Why Should I Care?
Feed: Planet MySQL; Author: Marco Tusa; PREVIOUS POST High Availability Solutions. Shutterstock.com In this series of blog posts, I’m going to look at some high availability reference architecture solutions over geographically distributed areas. Nowadays, when businesses plan a new service or application, it is very common for them to worry about ensuring a very high level of availability. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about an online shop, online banking or the internal services of a large organization. We know users are going to expect access to services 24x7x365. They also expect to access data consistently and instantaneously. If ... Read More
Feed: R-bloggers. Author: Timothy Lin. The idea of having a 360 degree view of the entire job seeking and matching landscape has always been a dream of any labour economist. Just imagine, a dataset of CVs and job seekers matched with job advertisements and openings! The potential of such a dataset to answer existing questions on the labour market is incredible. One could investigate market power between worker and firms, information asymmetry within the matching process, or find out new growth clusters and skills needed to support these areas. So it was slightly unfortunate that I was not able to ... Read More
Feed: Planet big data. Author: Jay McBain. (CLICK FOR HIGH RES) The channel technology stack is a group of technologies that brands leverage to manage and improve their indirect sales process and partner programs. Often, the focus of channel technologies is to make difficult processes easier, automate workflows, measure multi-tier activities, and drive more efficient spending, coverage, and partner communication. The channel industry stack consists of 106 companies across six operational categories. These companies range from Fortune 500 juggernauts such as IBM, Oracle, Salesforce, and SAP to small startups delivering point solutions. With 90 key operational attributes of a strong ... Read More
Feed: R-bloggers. Author: fishR Blog. I am pleased to announce that the RFishBC package has been released to CRAN. This package is intended to help fisheries scientists gather age and measurement data from digital images of calcified structures and, possibly, back-calculate previous length from that data. RFishBC is intended to replace the FishBC software that has long been available for purchase from the American Fisheries Society but does not work on machines with Windows versions newer than version 7, and there are no plans to update the software to remove that limitation. I have never actually used FishBC, but I ... Read More