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Cyber Monday Sales Reach $11.3B, Jump 2021 by 5.8%

Spott's eCommerce insurance is here to make sure you're protected from a lawsuit for the lowest price possible. The majority of eCommerce sellers are currently over-paying for insurance. Get Covered Today!. Inflation woes and a looming recession did little to dampen online shoppers’ enthusiasm on Cyber Monday, according to figures...
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How the Cloud Is Transforming Data Analytics

When it comes to data, Takeuchi US executives are like the construction equipment they make and sell. They dig deep, not into the ground at construction sites but into sales and other data, seeking insights to bolster their operations. Takeuchi US uses Qlik data analytics to automate its effort in...
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DataRobot vs. Top AI Cloud Platforms

DataRobot and are two popular AI cloud platforms. But which solution is best for your business?. First, some background. AI cloud platforms provide artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities that are packaged to simplify the process of analyzing data: finding patterns, building models, performing simulations and what-if scenarios. The platforms also seek to broaden the scope of this technology to make it available to business analysts, software developments, enterprise architects and IT operations teams.
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Vote for Zero Trust early and often

Zero trust IT for cybersecurity purists describes an architecture under which no user, application, or machine connected to a network can be trusted until proven otherwise. As defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), zero trust IT describes an “evolving set of cybersecurity paradigms that move defenses from static, network-based perimeters to focus on users, assets, and resources.” As such, no implicit trust is granted to assets or users based solely on their physical or network location or asset ownership.

When Retail Consumers Have Infinite Options, Make Your Brand an Easy Choice

A shopper may want a pair of size 8½ sneakers immediately but may not know exactly which brand and style to buy. With hundreds of brands available in a $6.9 trillion retail market, customers have difficulty choosing—so much so that American psychologist Barry Schwartz has dubbed the phenomenon “the paradox of choice.” When customers are presented with too many options, it requires more effort (and time) to decide, and it can even leave them questioning or feeling unsatisfied with their choice.

Data Search and Discovery: What it Is, and Why It Matters

Do you even remember when your business’ problem was that you didn’t have enough data?. In 2022, when 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are collected every day, a lack of data is no longer the problem. Instead, amid what can sometimes become a morass of big data, the issue has become being able to locate the information you need at the moment you need it to drive the greatest business impact.

The Importance of IT in the Hybrid Employee Work Experience

To keep up with the realities of economic terms, businesses need to adapt their perspectives of the employee experience and how it plays out in a digital environment. Central to this employee experience is the high expectations when it comes to not only the technologies available in the workplace but also the support provided for these technologies. Specifically, employees in this digital age expect the following:

Forrester Predicts Net Loss of one.42 Million US Jobs to Automation by means of 2032

Automation will declare greater than 11 million U.S. jobs over the following decade, consistent with a document launched Tuesday by means of Forrester. That’s the dangerous information. The excellent information is that on the identical time automation will create 9.63 million new jobs, for a web activity loss for the duration of one.42 million jobs.

Top 3 Reasons Why IT Companies Should Invest In A Marketing Strategy

In today’s economy, businesses of all sizes are struggling to stay afloat. This has led to an increased demand for marketing services, which in turn has driven up the costs of such services. If you’re an IT company, this means that you should invest in a marketing strategy.

Tech job moves - Nutanix, Wiise, Datacom and Cerby

We round up all job appointments from November 21-25, 2022, in one place to keep you updated with the latest from across the tech industries. Creator of the Zero Trust Security Model, John Kindervag, has joined cybersecurity startup Cerby as an advisor. In this role, Kindervag will help the company...

Should Value Investors Buy Forrester Research (FORR) Stock?

While the proven Zacks Rank places an emphasis on earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find strong stocks, we also know that investors tend to develop their own individual strategies. With this in mind, we are always looking at value, growth, and momentum trends to discover great companies. Considering these...

Carrie Johnson, an insider at Forrester Research, Inc. (NASDAQ:FORR), sells 2,000 shares.

On Monday, November 21st, Carrie Johnson, an employee at Forrester Research, Inc. (NASDAQ: FORR), sold 2,000 shares of the company’s stock. At an average price of $34.75, the shares could fetch a total of $69,500.00 when sold. The business insider currently has 5,088 shares, estimated to be worth approximately $176,808. The transaction was made public by a legal filing submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission. This filing can be found on the website of the SEC.

What's the ROI of Low-Code?

With the pressure to deliver new customer and employee digital experiences and adjust existing enterprise systems to cope with the market changes, Forrester Research estimated that 75% of app development would use low-code platforms by the end of 2021. From increased developer productivity to improved corporate agility and faster go-to-market,...

Forrester Research, Inc. (NASDAQ:FORR) Insider Sells $69,500.00 in Stock

Carrie Johnson also recently made the following trade(s):. On Thursday, November 10th, Carrie Johnson sold 3,253 shares of Forrester Research stock. The stock was sold at an average price of $35.85, for a total transaction of $116,620.05. On Tuesday, November 1st, Carrie Johnson sold 223 shares of Forrester Research stock....