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Data and analytics have redefined the way we compete. Data is a critical corporate asset that organizations are starting to monetize in new ways to get ahead of their competition. The bottom line? Companies that leverage data to drive the performance of their organization's decisions are winning at a faster rate than their competition. Here are five keys to leading in the age of analytics.
Consumers could see more competition and better mobile service after the end of a big U.S. government auction transferring airwave rights from TV broadcasters to companies interested in wireless networks.
Both the University of North Carolina and Duke are among the top 35 schools for obtaining an online Master's degree in Information Technology in 2017, according to College Choice.
More than 500 million people will be using "contactless" payment systems within the next five years as growth surges by more than 50 percent, says a new report. Apple is the dominant provider - but don't forget Paypal.
Google Fiber is expanding its ultra-fast Internet and entertainment network in the Triangle, now taking service orders in the Brier Creek area of northwest Raleigh near Raleigh Durham International Airport.
The CIA's cyberespionage toolkit made public by WikiLeaks has been linked to 40 spying operations in 16 countries by a group called Longhorn, an early public assessment of the intelligence agency's global hacking operations, computer security company Symantec said Monday. pLus: Who is Longhorn?
Raleigh-based Sageworks - a finalist in WRAL TechWire's annual awards program - is the winner of a top honor in the commercial banking industry for its "Electronic Tax Return reader" software solution.
Robbie Allen, founder and CEO of Durham's Automated Insights, is going back to school - again. And he just may hatch another startup idea as he pursues a Ph.D at UNC's Kenan-Flagler.
A new report from International Data Corporation shows that Lenovo's troubled server group is showing signs of recovery - at least in terms of sales targeting cloud information technology spending. Meanwhile, Cisco sales surge, cutting into market share held by leaders HP and Dell.
MediaPost's Gavin O'Malley published this commentary: "In some respects, the mobile boom is officially over in the States. Indeed, Adobe's latest global mobile report found double-digit declines in both app installs (38%) and launches (28%) over the past two years." So what can companies and app developers do to counter the trend?