We are in the midst of summer in the Northern Hemisphere—the time of year when we try to relax, get away, and read a book or two. If you’re planning a getaway, or just looking for a good summer read, here are few books you should add to your reading list:
Andi Mann, chief technology advocate at Splunk, sees major changes afoot in how IT and business are aligning. Here, he shares his experiences working with CIOs and other IT leaders as they look to derive real business outcomes from the technology they use every day.
IT job numbers grew in July, but not as fast as they did during the rest of 2016. Yet big data and cloud trends will continue to drive job growth going forward, according to CompTIA researchers. A new report from CompTIA that analyzes some of this job growth attributes the trend to growing tech areas such as big data and cloud computing.
Adopting cloud computing doesn't necessarily improve the bottom line. But cloud computing promotes greater profitability when corporate leaders trust the technology, according to a Google-sponsored report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
While nonprofit's continue to invest in business intelligence (BI) and analytics tools, they aren't necessarily getting the information they need to improve business decision-making. Data visualizations serve two purposes sense making and communication by transforming complex information into something easier to understand.
Big data and business intelligence (BI) use to be only for enterprise companies. Now, however, thanks to Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint, small businesses and nonprofit's can afford to track and tap into a wealth of information.
Do you know your donors? No, I mean do you REALLY know your donors? If you don't, it's time to start paying closer attention! Knowing who's giving to your nonprofit provides you with the information you need to not only increase donations, but help your nonprofit inch closer to completing its mission.