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All businesses, no matter what size or industry, need to use and understand data in order to be efficient and successful. In our connectivity-based culture, that requires a knowledge of two new information tools that are changing the landscape of digital analysis: data science and machine learning...


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Professionals from all backgrounds, in all industries, can find lucrative opportunities to advance if they choose to build skills and knowledge in cybersecurity. At the moment, the cybersecurity industry is experiencing an alarming shortage of talent,1 meaning there is a wealth of opportunity to...


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Companies across all industries have access to a wealth of data. It's used within corporations to set strategic plans, prepare marketing campaigns, define annual budgets and for countless other purposes. Until recently, many organizations used a very shallow—and very narrow—set of data to improve...


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Data science has dominated the business world in recent years. With the increasingly high demand for data in nearly every industry, it is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed or ill-equipped to meet expectations. Or worse: unable to distinguish between meaningful and useless data.

As you look to mov...


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In an increasingly complex digital world—one in which 80 percent of companies have experienced a cybersecurity incident in the past year1—it is essential for all professionals to be armed with cybersecurity knowledge of some kind. In particular, there is an urgent need for non-technical managers...