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Robust Machine Learning needs Data and a Lot More

by Sumit Agarwal  |  May 27, 2020

“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,...

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From Sales Cost Management to Consequence Management

by Dave Egloff  |  May 26, 2020

Earlier this month, I covered the “Three Questions CSOs Should Ask Before Cost Cutting.” Since then, many CSOs are still being forced to urgently reduce the costs of sales due...

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The Cloud Wars - Finally?

by Andrew White  |  May 26, 2020

In September 2017 I noted that the real cloud war had not even started: The Battle for the Cloud Has Not Even Started Yet. My thinking had emerged around this...

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Our Top 20 Most-Read Data and Analytics Research Last Week (to May 17)

by Andrew White  |  May 22, 2020

Click here for an interactive PDF to connect to the notes directly on gartner.com: Download Rita Sallam scores her first top 20 number 1 hit of the year with a...

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America holds semiconductor tech hostage against the rise of China

by Bill Ray  |  May 22, 2020

TSMC will have to play along with the US Department of Commerce if it’s going to maintain access to the US technology it needs to keep competitive. That means asking...

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POST-COVID19 WORLD (III): Macroeconomics changes

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  May 22, 2020

This is the third (and last) of a series of articles about the world that awaits us out there. The perspectives showed in this article and their intensity will depend...

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How Marketing Operations Leaders Can Help Organizations Pivot to Digital Execution

by Kristina LaRocca-Cerrone  |  May 21, 2020

Marketing operations leaders may not be the ones tasked with executing digital marketing initiatives, but nonetheless, they’ll have an essential role to play in helping organizations migrate to the new...

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Agile: Separating Practices from Philosophy

by Clifton Gilley  |  May 21, 2020

There's a tendency in the product management and product development communities to conflate Agile practices and Agile philosophy, and this poses a real danger to successful adoption, implementation, and deriving...

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How Infrastructure and Operations Can Meet Changing Skill Requirements Beyond Covid-19

by Jeffrey Hewitt  |  May 20, 2020

With pressure comes change. The current Covid-19 situation coupled with more rapidly evolving technologies and deployment styles demands a change in skills and competencies for I&O teams. How can these...

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Are Your B2B Digital Marketing Efforts Stalled at the Starting Line?

by Michael McCune  |  May 20, 2020

The key to any good collaboration across a B2B commercial organization is the ability of Marketers to impact how Sellers spend their time. Most B2B marketers I interact with allocate...

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