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Yearly Archives: 2014

Not even the president is immune to mistakes in address management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
For everyone, no matter how prominent they are or how well-known their contact information might be, address management is always a legitimate concern.

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Address management fiasco affects state government in North Carolina

Richard Jones Archive
The North Carolina government recently made a massive mistake because of a faulty database of Medicaid recipients.

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Data mining begins to improve public health in Chicago

Paul Newman Archive
One example of data-driven improvement in public health comes from Chicago.

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High-quality data is important to growth of online education

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Massive open online courses, or "moocs," are a recent development that's taken the world by storm.

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Data-driven marketing practices are still improving

Paul Newman Archive
While companies have been aware for years of the potential for data-driven practices to reshape their approach to marketing, they're still busy exploring the possibilities and fine-tuning their strategies. One improvement they're working on is doing more in real time to adjust to people's demands.

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Delving into data on the post-Christmas 'return season'

Richard Jones Archive
After the holiday shopping season ends, a new season begins in its place. That would be the holiday return season.

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Citizens demand easy availability of government data

Richard Jones Archive
When it comes to government information, citizens have a clear demand for high levels of data quality.

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