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Bitcoin climbs towards all-time high after topping $19,000

Bitcoin climbs towards all-time high after topping $19,000

Bitcoin moved to within a whisker of its all-time high on Tuesday, after hitting $19,000 for the first time in nearly three years.

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Why Automated Machine Learning Is Becoming A Must-Have Business Intelligence Skill

Why Automated Machine Learning Is Becoming A Must-Have Business Intelligence Skill

The business intelligence (BI) landscape is changing. Traditionally, BI analysts used dashboarding and analytics tools like Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power BI and Tableau. However, analytics tools are rapidly evolving, and BI analysts are expected to evolve alongside industry advancements. In particular, predictive analytics used to be in the domain of more technical employees, but today, no-code automated machine learning (AutoML) tools mean anyone can deploy AI.

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A Company Called Pactum Shows The Power Of Artificial Intelligence’s Impact On Walmart And All Retail

A Company Called Pactum Shows The Power Of Artificial Intelligence’s Impact On Walmart And All Retail

The most obvious way that artificial intelligence (AI) can impact retailers is to help consumers choose the right products when they shop. But there’s another less apparent way that AI is affecting retail right now that’s happening in places consumers don’t see. New AI technology from a company called Pactum is a very good example of how retail is changing from the inside out.

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Improve the performance of Java apps

Improve the performance of Java apps

There are numerous elements that effect the performance of your Java applications. Understanding them and making the appropriate choices suitable for your specific application requirements can dramatically improve performance in extremely cost effective ways.

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93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

Bitglass released a report which uncovers whether organizations are properly equipped to defend themselves in the cloud. IT and security professionals were surveyed to understand their top security concerns and identify the actions that enterprises are taking to protect data in the cloud.

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Chinese Fintech Mogul’s Wealth Soars 460% As Investors Flock To His Site

Chinese Fintech Mogul’s Wealth Soars 460% As Investors Flock To His Site

Chinese retail investors thronging to join Futu Holdings’ online brokerage during the pandemic have sent the company’s stock soaring this year, and boosted the wealth of its founder Leaf Li by nearly 460%.

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Internet of Things Cybersecurity Legislation Clears Congress, Heads to White House For President’s Signature

Internet of Things Cybersecurity Legislation Clears Congress, Heads to White House For President’s Signature

Data privacy and cybersecurity issues continue to be top of mind, as this week the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Internet of Things (“IoT”) Cybersecurity Improvement Act (H.R. 1668), introduced by Congresswoman Robin Kelly (D-Illinois). In September, the House had passed the bill by voice vote after negotiation sessions with the Senate. The legislation provides for the establishment of minimum cybersecurity standards for government purchased, internet connected devices, with anticipated impact on manufacturers in the private sector.

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Digital Transformation Can Help Healthcare Organizations Struggling In A Pandemic

Digital Transformation Can Help Healthcare Organizations Struggling In A Pandemic

Earlier this summer, there was a New York Times story about the challenges healthcare officials face, including a memorable anecdote about how a fax machine spilled hundreds of pages of faxed Covid-19 test results all over the floor of a Texas public health department office. It effectively illustrated a critical larger point: Healthcare providers are drowning in paper.

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Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

In the wake of the economic downturn brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, investments in digital business transformation have accelerated. The applications that drive those processes are not only highly distributed, they also operate at a level of scale that no IT team can manage using legacy approaches to managing IT. It can take weeks to discover the root cause of any issue.

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How The Ethereum, EOS, And Polkadot Communities Got Divided Into Two: CeFi Vs. DeFi

How The Ethereum, EOS, And Polkadot Communities Got Divided Into Two: CeFi Vs. DeFi Crypto

There are two halves of the financial system from a crypto enthusiast’s perspective — traditional finance and cryptocurrency finance. But the crypto space now has two subspaces — centralized finance (CeFi) and decentralized finance (DeFi). Here’s how the divide happened.

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Blockchain Solutions For The She-Cession

Blockchain Solutions For The She-Cession

Recent statistics show that the shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have affected women at a much higher rate than men – both financially and professionally.  This is deemed a she-cession by reports that have been following recessions since 1949.

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Bitcoin is COVID immune

Bitcoin is COVID immune

The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic has left a significant footprint on the global economy. For this reason, it had a substantial impact on the behavior of all financial instruments, including cryptocurrencies. It turns out that the fluctuations experienced by the virtual currency market during this period reflect changes in other capital and commodity markets. This market has also shown relative stability during this difficult time. It is another proof that cryptocurrencies can be treated as a mature and full-fledged financial instrument.

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