Supply chain technology leaders face an uncertain future — one that comes at them faster and faster every day. But thinking about the future is often not a priority. Because of technologically driven disruptions, these leaders will play an increasingly important role in forecasting the future. Yet it’s not always clear what an individual trend in application architecture means to supply chains or IT organizations.
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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MicroStrategy CEO said bitcoin has elevated his firm's brand and called the asset a "door opener."
"[Bitcoin has] made our shareholders billions of dollars over the past 12 months," Saylor said.
He also said politicians like Sen. Elizabeth Warren may not fully understand bitcoin and its potential.
Data may be the new oil, but it’s only valuable if you make good use of it. Today, a startup that has built a new kind of production analytics platform for developers, security engineers and data scientists to track and better understand how data is moving around their networks is announcing a round of funding that underscores the demand for their technology.
Facebook said on Wednseday it expects revenue growth to "decelerate significantly." It also announced that it would require anyone working at its U.S. offices to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Google announced a similar policy earlier this morning. Reuters reports: The warning overshadowed the company's beat on Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue, bolstered by increased advertising spending as businesses build their digital presence to cater to consumers spending more time and money online.
The supply-chain analytics market is projected to be worth over $16.8 billion by 2027. This is largely due to the benefits of using data analytics to improve automation in merchandise distribution.
As a retailer or manufacturer selling via e-commerce platforms, you already know the importance of using big data to improve automation. While some jobs must be performed by actual humans, many can be performed just as well through algorithms, machines, and other technologies.
SAP will be offering finance and data management tools on the IBM Cloud for Financial Services
When it comes to software to help IT manage workers’ devices wherever they happen to be, enterprises have long been spoiled for choice — a situation that has come in especially handy in the last 18 months, when many offices globally have gone remote and people have logged into their systems from home. But the same can’t really be said for small and medium enterprises: as with so many other aspects of tech, they’ve long been overlooked when it comes to building modern IT management solutions tailored to their size and needs.
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But while data scientists might be creating clever data visualizations, many decision makers still don't understand stories told through data.
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Amazon's Twitch has become a giant in the burgeoning livestreaming industry.
Insider analyzed public data to get a sense of how much Twitch pays employees in the US.
Twitch has offered some US staffers annual salaries between $60,000 and $185,000.
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Twitch has become a giant in the burgeoning livestreaming industry.The Amazon-owned company is now staffing up in the US for roles including data engineer, software development engineer, and technical program manager, according to its careers site.The company has paid six-figure salaries for similar jobs, an analysis by Insider found.We pored over public data to get a snapshot of Twitch's salary levels.