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Executives are not comfortable with analytics platforms, and still prefer their spreadsheets

For close to two decades, vendors, analysts and pundits alike have been predicting the death of the spreadsheet, as executives, managers and professionals move on to connected, intelligent analytics platforms to aid in their decision-making. It’s 2019, and guess what? Everyone still loves their spreadsheets.  Photo: Michael Krigsman A recent study of 1.048 executives out of Deloitte finds most companies… Read more →

UK made illegal copies and mismanaged Schengen travelers database

TechRepublic Smart cities: A cheat sheet Read More Authorities in the United Kingdom have made unauthorized copies of data stored inside a EU database for tracking undocumented migrants, missing people, stolen cars, or suspected criminals. Named the Schengen Information System (SIS), this is a EU-run database that stores information such as names, personal details, photographs, fingerprints, and arrest warrants for… Read more →