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  1. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    30/03/2017
    Business Data Lists for Email, Mailing & Marketing from B2B Global Networks
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  2. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    How to Improve Business Intelligence with Data Scrubbing?
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    How to Improve Business Intelligence with Data Scrubbing?
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    Try it ! beBee serious tricks- Extract Data
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    stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    29/03/2017 #1 stephan metral ๐Ÿ Innovative Brand Ambassador
    @Gabriel Bazzolo thanks you for the like, share it around you in a hive of your choice!
  4. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    BPO Strikes an Edge as the Fastest Growing Sector of ITES
    Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
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  5. Pedro Casanova

    Pedro Casanova

    29/03/2017
    Interesting course. And its Free
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    Managing Big Data with R and Hadoop - Online Course
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  6. Jesรบs Manuel Ibรกรฑez Oliva
    Jesรบs Manuel Ibรกรฑez Oliva
    Is Brexit Behind UK Industryโ€™s Lack of Progress with Big Data and Analytics?
    www.linkedin.com Now that the UK government is officially triggering the negotiations of leaving the EU it is a good time to ask whether uncertainty over Brexit...
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  7. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Find a Professional Company for Image Processing.
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  8. ProducerJulia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
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  9. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Top 10 Guidelines to Secure Outsourcing
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  10. Tanmoy Ray

    Tanmoy Ray

    22/03/2017
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    Why 'Gut Feel' is better than 'Big Data'
    www.bebee.com Well according to the Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings , it is: "We start with the data but the final call is always gut. Itโ€™s informed intuitionโ€. He...
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  11. Juan Imaz

    Juan Imaz

    21/03/2017
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    How Big Data Can Improve B2B Lead Gen - Chiefmarketer
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  12. ProducerJulia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Understand the importance of Data Entry Outsourcing
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  13. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Web Data Mining Improves Relevance of Search Results
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    Web Data Mining Improves Relevance of Search Results
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  14. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Business Outsourcing Services โ€“ Give Your Business an Expert Touch
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  15. Eliseo Casamichana
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  16. Producerpaul wayne

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    13/03/2017
    Intelligence Analytics Summit: What You Need to Know Now
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  17. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Scope of Form Processing Services in Document Management
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    Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    13/03/2017 #1 Devesh ๐Ÿ Bhatt
    I simply cant believe this that you are still active with a fake profile on a Govt holiday here.

    The Ministry of Corporate Affairs maybe slow but it has made progress.
  18. Marie Weaver

    Marie Weaver

    11/03/2017
    Innovation & Technology Case Studies
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  19. Joyce Redlon

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    07/03/2017
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  20. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    24/02/2017
    Big Data & Sales Intelligence
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  21. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    Contributions of Online Data Entry Services in Modern Day Business
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    Contributions of Online Data Entry Services in Modern Day Business
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    Points to Ponder Before Hiring Data Entry Services
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  23. Julia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
    How to take form processing to greater heights?
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  24. ProducerGeoffrey Cooling
    Will Big Data and Technology Take Away Our Free Choice?
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    Mohammed Sultan
    05/02/2017 #25 Mohammed Sultan
    #24 @Robert Bacal.I absolutely agree with your view.The question has to be asked according to the respondent terms.Sometimes respondents have to be taken gradually or asked the question indirectly but at the end the researcher has to make sure that they are related to the same issue.
    Robert Bacal
    05/02/2017 #24 Robert Bacal
    #19 @Mohammed Sultan Just on your first point on manipulation, in fact researchers CAN affect the results, etc, depending on how the phrase the questions they ask, and even the scales they use for people to tick off items. It's a major problem in psychometrics.
    Mohammed Sultan
    05/02/2017 #23 Mohammed Sultan
    #21 Thank you for your response .If you want to take a decision to change people perceptions you have to depend on more than a single view through one track thinking and one methodology.No single viewpoint is really enough to fully and properly explain and predict people's complex behavior.
    Nowadays,the complexity of the stimuli makes it very difficult to depend on a traditional researcher as the issue goes beyond psychometric theories.
    We may in future to rely more on clinical psychology to fully understand perceptions and attitudes variables.The limit is not in the data itself but in the researchers imagination.
    Geoffrey Cooling
    05/02/2017 #22 Geoffrey Cooling
    #15 sorry but your statement reminded me of that famous saying, "the innocent have nothing to fear" As Sam Vimes once said, generally they do, firstly the guilty and in the long term the people who say "the innocent have nothing to fear"
    Geoffrey Cooling
    05/02/2017 #21 Geoffrey Cooling
    #19 The original data gathered was psychometric data through the recognised questionnaires, not likes and dislikes. That dataset was linked to Facbook profiles because that is where the data was gathered from. The researchers ended up with millions of inputs, that the then correlated with the activity of profile holders. This allowed them to generate ever better modelling. Just read the original article and all of your points are answered.
    Geoffrey Cooling
    05/02/2017 #20 Geoffrey Cooling
    #17 OPen source intelligence is a veritable treasure trove, that is information gathered via digital channels. I read a pretty interesting paper on it and it's everyday use by both intelligence services and law enforcement internationally
    Mohammed Sultan
    05/02/2017 #19 Mohammed Sultan
    @Geoffery Cooling.First,a researcher can not manipulate people perceptions,motivations and aspiration through asking what do you like or dislike about (stimuli)? particularly in a very dynamic society of 350 millions people,not all of them on line.Second,as we are all aware the reader's is not always subjugated to the stimuli ,but to how h/she is close to the writer(ie if the researcher asked the same question in a different context or changed the stimuli he will be struck both by the similarities and differences between his perception and people choice).

    Second,even if it were a reliable and valid demographic survey and representative of the actual universe, the researcher would not be able to conduct a modelling between (un related!) factors because it would require repeating the same survey to find any change in their behaviors and attitudes.

    Third,people motivation can't be determined depending only on socio- economic and demographic data,but by doing motivation research associated with "words"rather than "numbers".Nowadays, people are not so motivated by statistics,but by words that reflect their behavior and feeling.

    Thus,we always advise researchers to get out and talk to people .Researchers who don't get out and talk to people are not real researchers,but databasers.Data is collected by different methods depending on the purpose and the context of the study through questionnaires or topic guides that
    has to be filled by them or by the interviewers after giving them a proper brief of the objectives of the study,here the interviewees should be informed why they have been asked and who is interviewing them.

    Fourth,when it comes to dropping conclusions and decision making, data are facts but the creativity of the researchers lies in their interpretations and reaching conclusions.

    Finally,I ask myself ;are we really need or willing to be psychonalized in the form of likes and dislikes?
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    05/02/2017 #18 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    #17 Fortunately there are alternatives to the tracking companies you mentioned. For example, for web searches there is Duckduckgo, as well as Startpage, and of course, ixquick.
    Robert Bacal
    05/02/2017 #17 Robert Bacal
    #15 Exactly true zach. Most regular users won't know to do that stuff though. I figure it's not worth the hassle personally, and just treat everything I do as identifiable. And to be careful about ALL personal info, like birthdays, where I am at any given time, etc.

    It's actually shocking what even regular people can find out about someone, and it's pretty impossible not to leave identifiable tracks. Unless one simply doesn't use the Internet, OR NEVER identify oneself and ALWAYS use false information. Which is pretty limiting.

    THere's a point where precautions start to interfere with convenience - even blocking and clearing cookies, which is a smart thing, starts to be a hassle. And as soon as you buy something, even at amazon, or use google, you will be tracked.
    Adam Weedy
    05/02/2017 #16 Adam Weedy
    People give away their freedom on facebook
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    05/02/2017 #15 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    #14 I'm more concerned about companies rather than law enforcements. The latter tend to leave you alone if you are lawful. The former tend to spam you and sell your data to ad companies, regardless of what you do.

    I find that the ghostly add-on for the Firefox browser can be a bit of a deterrent to them though, while Orbot on a smartphone is an essential app to maintain some anonymity. Finally, if you are very serious about remaining out of reach from the trackers, there is also VPNs, Tor, and several other privacy systems...
    Robert Bacal
    05/02/2017 #14 Robert Bacal
    #12 Actually, what you said isn't strictly true. It depends who is doing the tracking. Your IP address from which you send anything is recorded in numerous "places", and your computer has a unique MAC address. In theory the MAC address shouldn't be publicly available.

    In fact, it's quite difficult to be untrackable. You can take basic precautions as you indicate, but you ARE tracked by companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon.

    Finally, law enforcement CAN find you.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    05/02/2017 #13 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    It's what I've been 'preaching' for years. I figured it out when movies and TV shows started putting particular products in certain types of show and movies. A case of: "if you'll watch this type of show, you'll more than likely buy this kind of product". Then the reality TV shows hit and made it okay for people to act out in unsociable ways. It's been a steady stream of influence that changed the way people viewed the world and their countries. The only thing they would glean from my Facebook page is; I hate Trump. It's my platform for my political views. Here I can show my personal side, other than politics. Very interesting study, will have to delve into it more deeply.
    Thanks Geoffrey.
    Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    05/02/2017 #12 Zacharias ๐Ÿ Voulgaris
    This is indeed a very important matter that we all need to take into account. However, it's not all doom and gloom (well, not entirely anyway!). Nobody puts a gun to your head and forces you to like or even read your FB wall. In fact, even the use of FB (or other information farms) is entirely voluntary. So, if you are frugal with the information you give to these companies and voice your opinions without broadcasting a million different things about yourself in the process (perhaps using an alias, like it is possible in many sites), then you have a much lower risk of being tracked. At least this way you make it a bit more challenging to find out who you are and what you are up to. So, if you really must comment on that cat video without others noting down the fact that you love cats, you have this option!
    Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    05/02/2017 #11 Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    #10 Am more of an optimist....things will get worse and may well even become very bad but that old pendulum will swing back.....methinks...enjoyed the chat...thank you.
    Geoffrey Cooling
    05/02/2017 #10 Geoffrey Cooling
    #9 I hope you are right, but what if the knowledge of you is used against you constantly, every day in all those little ways that are possible through digital channels. I believe that we are better than we have allowed ourselves to be, but I fear we aren't.
    Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    05/02/2017 #9 Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    #8 Agreed that it will effect some of my behaviour but for what length of time....for example I may just have been to the village hall and placed my vote based on the information fed to me online.... on the way back home I meet a lady from the village - we chat - she is compassionate etc ....so maybe just maybe she has tempered my stance on a particular matter.........I have voted and the harm is done however I now call into question my actions.....and so on and so forth....we humans can be swayed in many ways....it reminds me a bit about the old folks lessons about walking tall and you will feel confident....smile and someone will return that smile....influence comes in many guises.....the on screen world demands your attention in a particular way and the body is in a set position for periods of time....maybe changing physical position can change mental position....still curious about the length of time on screen influence lasts.
    Geoffrey Cooling
    05/02/2017 #8 Geoffrey Cooling
    #7 Okay Helena, so, for arguments sake, you are a lady who has some racial hang ups but you hide it well. Racist? No not me, definitely not! However, your data shows that you are from an area of the country that is most definitely shall we say racially charged. You like some groups that could be said to be hovering on the edge. Your friend Mary posted an article about a black rapist that got seventeen years for raping a white lady, you commented terrible business. You are most definitely not a racist, then I target your facebook feed several weeks before a vote on a racial issue with stories about crime with images of black men attached. The stories are mostly true, mostly, with a bit of sensationalism tagged on. I know that according to your psychometric data that you are a conservative type and a little anxious, so I go for stories that really get your back up. How do ypou think that affects your final vote?
    Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    05/02/2017 #7 Helena Jansen van Vuuren
    As they say....Ya well but no.....can see that quite a bit may be gleaned from online 'behaviour' and that you may even be steered in a certain direction but that is information that is gathered from a very particular static environment - more often than not - from the same desk or the same body stance and face on interaction with a screen....would be very interested to know what length of time that influence lasts and what triggers rejection of said suggestive input? I have noticed that I may well like a certain item of clothing whilst engaging with the screen but this has not affected my buying pattern in practice......there is something that changes when you move from the computer - I step outside my front door, cross the road and amble down the lane and I am a different person.....or just the other me!
    Aleta Curry
    04/02/2017 #6 Aleta Curry
    #5 No argument from me, bro! I think I'll be joining the millions who are buying a new copy of 1984...!
  25. ProducerJulia ๐Ÿ Rutherford
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