Throwback Thursday: Tri-state deluge swamps streets 20 years ago
Torrential rains triggered flash flooding that swamped streets of area communities 20 years ago, prompting water rescues and spurring Dubuque officials to address stormwater infrastructure.
Syria Before the Deluge
Do any Americans know that Syria was ever beautiful? That Syrians have a culture to be immensely proud of?
A Marketer's Guide to Navigating the Data Deluge
The connected enterprise is accelerating the data deluge started by cloud, mobile, sensors and social media — providing organizations and marketers with a greater ability to understand customers
20 years ago, Salgaocar won the first football league title for a Goan club
Football News: Shivanand Salgaocar admits a triumph anywhere else is welcome, but a triumph in Calcutta (now Kolkata) is doubly rewarding. The Salgaocar SC president
How to keep up and cope with a deluge of consumer demand
In order to keep up with demand and mitigate the risk of an obsolete product offering, businesses must rethink their priorities. Lisa Harrington of the Supply Chain Management Center tells us how.
Data Deluge: What the Panama Papers Mean for Business
by Hilary Tuttle | August 1, 2016 at 6:09 am Over the course of a year, an anonymous source working with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) funneled 11.5 million private documents from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca to the press. In April, coordinated coverage from dozens of news outlets unveiled the revelations in these “Panama Papers,” shining a…
How should Europe deal with its deluge of refugees?
Aug 25, 2015 7:40 pm EST 0comments GWEN IFILL European Union officials say that the number of refugees and migrants fleeing to Europe reached a record high of more than 107,000 last month. The surge has reached Hungary’s southern border, where more than 2,000 people, most from Syria, crossed into the country yesterday and today, even as the government erected a border fence to stop the flow. They are coming by boat, by foot, and even by special trains, in an effort to…
The Content Deluge And What It Means For B2B Marketers
According to Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, we generate as much information in a couple of days as all of mankind has since the dawn of recorded history up to 2003. Some mathematicians will argue that…
Attacking the Big Data Deluge the Smart Way
Big data tools should be viewed as more of a valuable resource than an end product or outcome.
How A Deluge Of Data Is Changing The IT Landscape [Infographic]
Over the last ten years, application environments have been deluged with data.
How to cope with a deluge of year-end charitable appeals
How are you coping with the seemingly endless charitable appeals at this time of year? If you’re like most Americans, both your mailbox and your in-box are stuffed with donation requests. Your friends may also be ramping up charitable appeals on Facebook. Experts acknowledge that it’s normal to feel overwhelmed. When limited money meets incessant …
Disruption Deluge: How Will Your Organization Ride the Storm?
In the first of three blogs on digital disruption, Leighanne Levensaler examines a radically changed playing field, and why businesses need to take a deep look at whether they’re prepared to embrace rapid and ongoing changes.
FTSE 100 Rises Amid Earnings Deluge
U.K. stocks were modestly higher on Tuesday as investors digested a barrage of earnings reports. The benchmark FTSE 100 was up 19 points or 0.25 percent at 7,721 in opening deals after finishing marginally lower the previous day.
How a deluge of money nearly broke the Premier League
The long read: It’s the world’s most lucrative football league. But a civil war over all that money came close to toppling it
Why It’s Important to Prepare for Drought During a Deluge
In the midst of the wet winter storms bringing rain and snow to California this year, you might not expect drought preparations to be among the state’s current priorities. And yet, they need to be…
Automate or drown: how to reap the rewards of the data deluge
How can companies use the explosion of big data created by the increasing number of devices connected through the Internet of Things?
Preparing for the Deluge: Why Everyone Needs Flood Insurance
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, no one could ignore the shocking media coverage documenting the devastating destruction. When the levees broke and storm waters surged, homes were swept away, families were left stranded on rooftops and many lost their lives
Before the Deluge: What Changing Demographics Mean for Imaging
The U.S. population isn’t getting any younger. Baby boomers are reaching retirement and the age at which they are most at risk for Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease. Meanwhile, the obesity epidemic continues and the economy is recovering from the recession. What do all these factors mean for healthcare in general, and imaging specifically?
Deluge of California Artworks Enter Public Domain for First Time in 20 Years
This week marks the first time in more than two decades that thousands of artistic works created in 1923 are freely available for anyone to use.
Did Crap come true? How to fight the content marketing deluge.
Content marketing has gone mainstream and the prediction that it would be mostly crap... has kind of come true. Here's what you can do about it.