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Salesforce is now facing the very real threat of activist shareholders overthrowing its board and forcing the sale of mega-acquisitions like Slack and Tableau

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Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO and cofounderNICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images Salesforce is now being targeted by a second activist investor: Elliott Management. Activist investors could overhaul Salesforce's board and force it to divest acquisitions like Slack.  Salesforce's entire board is up for reelection this year, giving activists a window to act. Salesforce has had a turbulent few months, including massive layoffs and an executive exodus that included a co-chief executive.

Data Visualization Boosts Business Scalability with Sales Mapping

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Data visualization tools have become very useful for many businesses. Companies use data visualization for trend mapping, data contextualization and various forms of business optimization. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that global companies are projected to spend over $10.2 billion on data visualization technology within the next three years. We mentioned that data visualization is great for content marketing, but there are more important benefits as well.

South Africa’s president says energy workers face so much danger that some wear bulletproof vests to work, days after a prominent CEO’s poisoning was revealed

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The shadow of a new Chief Executive of state-owned power utility Eskom Andre de Ruyter, is seen as he speaks at a media briefing in Johannesburg.Reuters South Africa's energy sector has been rocked by the poisoning of the CEO of its biggest provider. Eskom's CEO Andre De Ruyter had been leading a crackdown on corruption in South African energy. South Africa's president said this week that some managers in the sector wear bulletproof vests to work.

10 Ways How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the Content Writing Landscape

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the way content is created and distributed. It has become an increasingly integral part of the content writing landscape, allowing writers to create more accurate, relevant, and engaging content in less time than ever before. In this article, we’ll explore how artificial intelligence is changing the content writing landscape. Here are 10 ways AI is transforming the art of content writing: 1.

DHS, CISA Building AI-Based Cybersecurity Analytics Sandbox

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Two of the US government's leading security agencies are building a machine learning-based analytics environment to defend against rapidly evolving threats and create more resilient infrastructures for both government entities and private organizations. From a report: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) -- in particular its Science and Technology Directorate research arm -- and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) picture a multicloud collaborative sandbox that will become a training ground for government boffins to test analytic methods and technologies that rely heavily on artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques.

DHS, CISA Building AI-Based Cybersecurity Analytics Sandbox

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Two of the US government's leading security agencies are building a machine learning-based analytics environment to defend against rapidly evolving threats and create more resilient infrastructures for both government entities and private organizations. From a report: The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) -- in particular its Science and Technology Directorate research arm -- and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) picture a multicloud collaborative sandbox that will become a training ground for government boffins to test analytic methods and technologies that rely heavily on artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques.

How IoT Can Be Connected to Business Intelligence

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IoT solutions as well as Business Intelligence tools are widely used by companies all over the world to improve their processes. But what if we combine these technologies? Will it make sense? There can’t be other answers apart from “Yes”. In this article, we offer you to have a look at how it can be done and provide you with step-by-step instructions.

Fascinating Changes Data Analytics Brings to Finance

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Data analytics technology has led to a number of impressive changes in the financial industry. A growing number of financial professionals are investing in data analytics technology to provide better service to their customers. The market for financial data in the United States alone is projected to be worth over $20.8 billion by the end of this year. Both small financial institutions and large conglomerates are leveraging data analytics to improve efficiency, mitigate fraud and deal with an increasingly complex regulatory environment.

Use this Strategic Approach to Maximize Your Data’s Value

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In today’s world, data is more widely available to businesses than ever before. Whether it’s data about customer demographics, product colors that tend to sell better, or which cold email scripts are the most effective, organizations have the power to utilize data to help them inform their decision-making process in a variety of ways. However, while the immense amount of data available to organizations unlocks new possibilities — it can also make cleaning organizing, interpreting, and analyzing data far more difficult and labor-intensive.

The CEO of an African energy giant was poisoned with cyanide slipped into his coffee, just days after he resigned

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Eskom's CEO Andre De Ruyter resigned in December, then got poisoned.REUTERS The CEO of South Africa's biggest energy company, Eskom, was poisoned in December, the firm said. Numerous reports say CEO Andre De Ruyter had cyanide slipped into his coffee at the company's HQ. De Ruyter had resigned from his role days previous, something that wasn't publicly known at the time. The CEO of one of Africa's biggest energy producers has survived an "attempt on his life," after he was served a cup of coffee laced with cyanide, according to numerous reports.Andre De Ruyter, the CEO of Eskom — which produces around 90% of South Africa's electricity — drank the coffee at his office in Johannesburg on December 13, specialist energy publication EE Business Intelligence reported.
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