CDO: The New Seat In The C-Suite

All that data that gets generated on a daily basis is of no use if there’s no one to collect and analyze it. That’s why the Chief Data Officer, or CDO, is the hottest new seat in the c-suite.

How Online Reviews Can Make or Break Your Business

Online reviews help us decide where/what to eat, what to watch, what to buy and what to sell. They have become an integral part of who we are as a consumers and business owners and impact on how well businesses do or don’t do.

 

Is Your Best Friend In Pain?

Just like people, every dog responds to discomfort differently. Learn more about pain in dogs within this infographic.

 

50 Ways to Relax Without Spending Money

Yes there are ways to relax without spending any money, and the following infographic from QuickQuid explores 50 such ways.

The Real Cost of Unproductive Meetings

They’re not only far-too-frequently used and often a little bit dull, but those corporate meetings could be costing your business thousands (or even millions) every year.



What is Compounding Medicine?

Before the mass production of pharmaceuticals gained momentum and changed the industry, most medications were created for patients in a more individualized manner. While mass production brought convenience to the supply side of things, it took away some of the benefit that came with tailoring prescription medications to the individual patient’s needs.

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Category 5 Hurricanes of the Past 50 Years

This infographic explores all of the Category 5 hurricanes of the last 50 years. They are also ranked in terms of the amount of damage done to humans. This “Human Impact Index” includes data such as death toll, wind speed, and more. A map view offers a visual representation of each hurricane’s storm tracking, and a chart shows the amount of destruction caused by each hurricane (in USD).

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Stock Prices Changes Show the Success of Controversial Adverts

The team at Discount Displays wondered if would be possible to measure the success of an advert on television and came up with the idea of measuring a campaigns success by comparing stock prices on the day of release, against the stock price a week later. Some interesting results were discovered and are outlined in the following infographic.

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CDO: The New Seat In The C-Suite

All that data that gets generated on a daily basis is of no use if there’s no one to collect and analyze it. That’s why the Chief Data Officer, or CDO, is the hottest new seat in the c-suite. Learn more within this infographic from Semarchy.

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Email Marketing Campaigns The Ins and Outs

Email marketing is an extremely valuable way to connect and learn about your customer base. Studies show that consumers prefer emails because they are a less urgent form of communication that puts no immediate pressure on the consumer to buy. And since customers feel less defensive, it makes email communication a fantastic way for your business to connect.

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2018 Federal Tax Bill Changes

Many people are confused and concerned about the recent changes to the US Tax Code. This infographic designed by eSlide, in partnership with Presti & Naegele Accounting Offices, highlights some of the key changes and makes them easier to understand through the use of effective visuals.

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Cyber Security Lessons From Pop Culture

We have all seen the classic Hollywood hacking in movies and television. A typical scenario involves a man in a basement dressed in all black, typing on a keyboard at an unrealistic rate and instantly hacking into a person or organization’s files. The reality? Hacking is not immediate. And hackers can look like ordinary people, roaming the streets, even hacking next to you at a cafe or restaurant.

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15 Open Source Security Testing Tools For Web Applications

The vulnerability of websites can be costly for any apps. Since attacks on websites and web apps are increasing at an alarming rate, it is indeed a must that they should undergo rigorous testing. The golden question is how? Obviously plethora of tools are available, but which one to choose? Let’s have a look in the following infographic by Testbytes.

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Conference Call Survey: The Who, What, Why, and Whoops

How often does your business use conference calls? And, are you wondering what people are really doing during your conference call? The team at Ooma wanted to learn more about how people are using conference calls and what the friction points were — dropped calls, poor quality, or maybe something else. The following infographic shows the results of their conference call survey.

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7 Ways Millennials Benefit From Their Love of Plants

Countless studies have explored the benefits of plants on humans and in recent years, the boom of the millennial houseplant trend has seen news headlines mock their obsession with nature. Call it an extension of environmentalism or a need for a sense of ownership, but the growth of the eco-conscious, plant-loving millennial surpasses aesthetic reasons and may even contribute to growing life expectancy in the future.

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