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Apr 17


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Many executives favor Microsoft products over competing software. 

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Apr 16


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Due to the prevalence of omnichannel retail, merchandisers are obligated to satisfy the inventory fulfillment requirements of brick-and-mortar stores and consumers.

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Apr 15


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Recently, the Heartbleed Bug has sent a rift through global economic society. 

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Apr 14


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The rise of the Internet of Things and the bring-your-own-device phenomenon have shaped the way database administration specialists conduct mobile device management.

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Apr 09


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Despite the fact that fair warning was given to Windows XP users several months before Microsoft announced that it would terminate support services for the outdated operating system, a large number of businesses continue to use it. 

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Apr 08


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Professionals who believe that business intelligence is simply another buzz phrase thrown around by database experts are often left at the bottom of the totem pole of corporate production. 

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Apr 08


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Contemporary data warehouses are going beyond the basic store-and-save capabilities IT departments are used to seeing. 

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Apr 04


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Businesses are realizing that investment in data analytics tools can be a major boon to their market intelligence divisions.

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Apr 03


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Though it may sound counterintuitive, a number of database experts have claimed that a company may benefit from disclosing information regarding its IT infrastructure to competitors. 

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Apr 02


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In light of a study recently released by the intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the database administration needs of public agencies and organizations are expected to expand significantly. 

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