Tableau goes Hyper to keep up with customers’ data needs

SEATTLE — Tableau Software is revamping a core part of its technology to analyze data faster, a move intended to keep up with its customers’ increasing big-data needs. The Seattle company, which makes software to visualize analytics, is introducing its so-called Hyper engine in a software update Wednesday. The technology is designed to make the data-visualization… Please follow and like us:

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Alteryx data breach exposed 123 million American households’ information

Credit reporting firms go to great lengths to convince the public that the data they collect won’t fall into the wrong hands. But what happens when they sell that data to a third party? Can the buyer make the same guarantees? That’s a question the consumer data industry is now grappling with after a discovery that… Please follow and like us:

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Adobe turns 35: CEO Shantanu Narayen on empowering the world’s creators

SAN JOSE, Calif. — As Adobe Systems turns 35 years old, CEO Shantanu Narayen stands by the company’s original philosophy even as it expands beyond its desktop publishing roots into cloud-based services, digital marketing and analytics. Adobe turns 35 Saturday, and its evolving Creative Cloud applications such as Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop and Premiere Pro still appeal… Please follow and like us:

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The best Twitter tricks and add-ons

Tweet like a pro. There’s more to Twitter than meets the eye. Freestocks.org/Unsplash.com Since 2006, Twitter has been breaking major news, connecting celebrities directly to their fans, and creating all kinds of memes from the hilarious to the downright bizarre. Whether you use the service or not, Twitter has played a huge role in internet culture… Please follow and like us:

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Government Can’t Tackle New-Age Cybersecurity Alone

I think it’s pretty safe to say that there is almost nothing that our federal government can do that the private sector can do better. Cybersecurity is a case in point. Right now, the Department of Homeland Security is working on upgrading its EINSTEIN threat detection and response system from what it calls a “system of… Please follow and like us:

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Moody’s Sticks to Initial Assessment of Trump, US Economy

Before Donald Trump won the November election, many analysts were sharply critical of his economic proposals. Some predicted big declines in financial markets, hiring slowdowns and a heightened risk of recession. But just a little more than a month since Trump became the 45th U.S. president, U.S. stocks have enjoyed the longest winning streak in decades,… Please follow and like us:

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