Data cleansing, or scrubbing as it is sometimes know, is the process of ensuring that CRM data is kept accurate and up-to-date. It is mainly used in databases to ensure that records are complete, correct, relevant and not duplicated. Holding incorrect data can often prove very costly, and so making the most of data cleansing best practices can improve in-house efficiency and ensure that customer details are made the most of.
IThound has a series of white papers, case studies and analyst reports on data cleansing and how it can improve reporting and records management in your organization.
Company: Datawatch Corporation
With data multiplying at a bewildering rate, it has never been more important for business leaders to master digital information. This paper explores how data came to be as big as it is now, and why business leaders need become more data driven than ever before. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Big Data | Published: July 2015 | Type: White Paper
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
IBM infogram highlighting the IBM study finding that less than 10% of execs believe their data center can handle the demands of cloud, mobile, social and analytics. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre Design | Published: June 2015 | Type: Article
Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
This white paper describing IBM's vision for the next-generation data center, its potential to be truly revolutionary and the prescribed pathway for getting there. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre Power Management | Published: June 2015 | Type: White Paper
Company: Trillium Software
This paper looks at the relationship between marketing and data and how with a holistic customer view you can turn your data into a revenue generating asset. It runs through five steps for transforming data into a asset and how this can dramatically improve marketing results. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Marketing Management | Published: June 2015 | Type: White Paper
Company: Infinity SDC
The upsurge in the generation of data, and the consumption of content via a huge range of networks, services, apps and devices, is continuing. This rate of development-combined with user attitudes- VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: March 2015 | Type: White Paper
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The software-defined data center lets users control their data center resources with software instead of hardware. It does so by moving organisations from physical storage, networking, and compute to a programmatically accessible infrastructure that offers the flexibility to suit specific needs. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre Design | Published: March 2015 | Type: White Paper
Company: APC UK
This paper explains some of the causes of stranded power, cooling, and space capacity in colocation data centers and explains how high-density rack power distribution, air containment, and other practices improve availability and efficiency. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre Power Management | Published: February 2015 | Type: White Paper
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In this paper we discuss the pain points, typically, inherited as a result of the all-too-common project-led approach to data centre provisioning – and at how they can be mitigated. In particular we look at how the use of converged infrastructure can shorten both planning and deployment processes. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: October 2014 | Type: Analyst Report
The Threat Report H2 2013 profiles the most common vectors used to deliver malware to a user’s device. It is no surprise that web-based channels are most often used, with a strong emphasis on exploits targeting the Java development platform. Read the full report for the top 10 reported detections. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Big Data | Published: July 2014 | Type: White Paper
Company: Brocade Communications
Download this info graphic to learn how data centres will work in the future. By 2020, the Internet will be home to over 30 billion. By 2016, 3 in 4 businesses will lose market share if they’re not ready for cloud, mobile, and social technologies. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Ethernet Networks | Published: February 2014 | Type: White Paper
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