As companies collect more and more data, the ultimate goal is to translate this data into insights that can help them optimize business performance. For example, they may wonder which of their customer segments is most profitable? How they can reduce their customer acquisition costs? Which features of their flagship product are underutilized or need to be enhanced? Which of their best employees are potential flight risks?
Let’s look at CQ2 2020 HDD results and revised projections for HDDs through 2025. These are results from the Q2 2020 Coughlin Associates newsletter.
Forbes’ annual list of the World’s Most Valuable Brands which looks at the top 100 companies from fiscal year 2019′ shows that some of the biggest winners during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have been on top since the close of last year.
Blockchain technology promises to revolutionize many aspects of how we do business and, if you believe the blockchain hype (of which there is plenty), may even be as disruptive as the internet was before it.
CIO Network Editor Martin Giles sits down with the Honorable Dana Deasy, CIO of Department of Defense.
Major corporations have been undertaking a range of initiatives in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. These initiatives range from long-term remote work planning to acceleration of digital capabilities that support remote customer interaction.
Shares of video game companies tanked on Friday after President Trump’s executive order—targeting not only TikTok-parent company ByteDance but also WeChat-parent company Tencent, which has stakes in a host of U.S. gaming companies—led to confusion over whether that could decimate the video game industry.
Enterprises, corporate businesses, governments, and workers are exploring new methods to remain operational amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forbes catches up with Element Human to discuss how they’re implementing AI technology to hone a brand’s ability to predict the way a product will be received emotionally by the public.