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Rediscovering the value of information

CIO

In his dissertation at Stanford in 1976, smartphone pioneer and founder and CEO of General Magic Marc Porat correctly prophesied that the future would be defined by “ information machines, information workers, and information companies.” It is high time to get serious about information management.

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How to Vet Information Before Making a Decision

Harvard Business Review

But executives have a tool to combat these challenges – information. With so much information available, how do we know what to trust? This framework can be useful to leaders of all kinds who need to ask better questions to manage their own information onslaughts.

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Confidential Information – What to Say When You Can’t Say Anything

Let's Grow Leaders

Handle confidential information with candor and care to build trust It can feel like a trap. Someone asks you a direct question about confidential information. In all these scenarios, there are sound ethical reasons for the information to remain secure. 1) “I protect sensitive information. Maybe it’s a personnel matter.

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CIOs are worried about the informal rise of generative AI in the enterprise

CIO

Organizations are seeing a dramatic rise in informal adoption of gen AI – tools and platforms used without official sanctioning. A CISO at a major marketing software firm worried about this explicitly, stating, “The real risk is that you have unintentional data leakage of confidential information. Here’s what I learned.

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Secure SaaS Success: Embedded Finance as a Competitive Advantage

Speaker: Ian Hillis, SVP of Growth at Payrix and Worldpay for Platforms

Key Learning Objectives: Understand the impact of vertical operating systems on SaaS businesses 🌐 Explore why embedded finance is a crucial component for business growth 🚀 Assess the current market landscape to inform strategic decisions 📊 Register today to save your seat!

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Difference between Data and Information

The Crazy Programmer

Information is an ancient term that dates back to the 1300s and is derived from Old French and Middle English. It has historically referred to “the act of informing,” mostly in the context of education, training, or other forms of knowledge transfer. News or knowledge acquired or given” is a precise example of information.

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Google Maps gets new updates to give users more control over their information

TechCrunch

Google Maps announced today that it’s introducing a few new ways to give users more control over their personal information. The navigation app is making it possible to delete activity related to specific places and making it easier to access location controls right from the blue dot in the app.

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Get Better Network Graphs & Save Analysts Time

Adding entity resolution drastically reduces the time analysts spend extracting relevant information and insights from graph databases. For example, instead of a graph with six related nodes, you get a resolved graph that condenses six nodes into one person.

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How ZoomInfo Helps Overcome the Top Pain Points of Inside Sales

With more access to user reviews, analyst opinion, and industry research, decision-makers are more informed than ever while navigating what is now known as the “buyer’s journey.”. Recent digital transformation has shifted the B2B landscape by ushering in the era of buyer empowerment. Download this eBook to find out!

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How to Stay Competitive in the Evolving State of Martech

To help practitioners keep up with the rapidly evolving martech landscape, this special report will discuss: How practitioners are integrating technologies and systems to encourage information-sharing between departments and promote omnichannel marketing.

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It's Alive! Bringing Your Product Roadmap Back From the Dead

Speaker: Lisa Mo Wagner, Product Management Coach, Writer, Speaker and WomenTech Ambassador

An effective roadmap is one that is outcome and data-driven, allowing your team to understand the product's progression and how customer feedback will inform it. Product roadmaps must focus on the "now" and allow feedback to inform the "later.". In this webinar, Lisa Wagner, will teach you. How to Manage your product roadmap.

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The Recruiting Crossword Puzzle

On top of ever-increasing advancements on the technology front (hello, artificial intelligence), try adding record-low unemployment and candidates’ virtual omnipresence and you’ve got yourself a pretty passive, well-informed, and crowded recruiting landscape. The good news?

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How Real-Time AI Will Transform the Call Center

Speaker: Scott Stephenson, Co-Founder, CEO Deepgram

Post-call analysis and selective call auditing has brought you more information and insights on your customers, but what can you do with real-time transcriptions for all your calls? Real-time speech transcription, analysis, and enablement are now a reality.

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How ZoomInfo Solves Recruiting Pain Points

More specifically, having access to updated information lets you engage faster with ideal candidates searching the job market. For recruiters to build their pipeline and search for the next candidate, they need to ensure they have access to the most accurate data on the market.

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Why B2B Contact and Account Data Management Is Critical to Your ROI

Businesses are realizing that it isn’t just about the volume of data they have available; it’s about the accuracy of information. The digital age has brought about increased investment in data quality solutions. However, investing in new technology isn’t always easy, and commonly, it’s difficult to show the ROI of data quality efforts.