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Like the aria of a grand European opera, the hype surrounding the imminent implementation of GDPR* has reached a fevered crescendo. Now that the GDPR deadline (May 25th) has passed, it’s worth taking a moment to cut through the fog ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on May 28, 2018

by Matt Manning No matter how many articles are written about the critical importance of data to the functioning of a modern enterprise, it remains a fact that keeping critical data up-to-date is only a reality for a handful of ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on April 25, 2018

by Rajiv Manickam NoSQL data stores have become more popular as a means of handling the petabytes of data created by user-generated content, GIS data, and the traffic logs of high-volume websites and apps. By storing data in “documents” with ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on September 21, 2015

by Matt Manning We built Information Evolution to pursue the holy grail of database ownership: true real-time accuracy in a world where databases degrade at a rapid pace. A lofty goal, but today we do see cases where large-scale monitoring ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on October 1, 2014

by Jim Currie Capturing audience attention and driving real engagement are core functions of alumni development professionals worldwide. Traditional models including postal and phone campaigns compete with ever-increasing assaults on the eyeballs and wallets of consumers by B2C marketers as ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on May 29, 2014

On April 15th IEI’s Matt Manning spoke at the CASE District 4 Conference in Houston where he addressed an audience of alumni relations professionals. He discussed IEI’s recent experience updating an alumni database with the same tools IEI uses on ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on April 17, 2014

Information Evolution reached its fifth anniversary at the end of 2012. I’d like to take a moment to talk about where we came from and where we are going. Partners not Vendors Our model from the beginning was to be ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on January 30, 2013

Products and services in all markets almost universally, sooner or later, reach a market penetration plateau. Once this limit is reached, there are only a few options when it comes to gaining market share: slow incremental growth at a significant ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on October 1, 2012