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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 There is often a tendency for the folks who build and run information services to adopt a “set it and forget it” approach. These services are tough to build and once they are up and running it’s ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on October 24, 2016

by Matt Manning In Part 1 of this post I discussed the possibility of content aggregators becoming less viable as the corporate and government owners of large valuable datasets start making their data available directly, free-of-charge, and/or via new cooperative ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on April 21, 2016

by Matt Manning These days, advertising technology (both serving and blocking) is generating a lot of discussion. Most falls into two categories: “I Hate Ads” and “Publishers are Screwed.” Both approaches add zero to the very real discussions about new ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on October 31, 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 Matt Manning Most data publishers are familiar with Tableau‘s data visualization tool through Tableau Public. Few, however, realize that the software can be a robust platform for delivering their data to subscribers. Tableau-based information services are visually stunning and ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on September 2, 2014

by Matt Manning It’s no surprise to anyone that print directories are being retired in the face of the seismic shift to electronic information services. I’m not one to wax nostalgic about this, especially since I’ve worked hard to bring ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on August 4, 2014

by Shyamali Ghosh Here are a few of my favorite moments from the DataContent 2013 conference, which was, as always, a unique opportunity to learn more about what’s going on in our industry. Marketing Subscription Data Services bootcamp—Russell Perkins and ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on October 17, 2013

All businesses struggle with seasonality or variability in their labor requirements, in one way or another. Resort hotels are busy in summer and much slower in winter. Tax preparation firms are swamped during the April crunch. Alaskan seafood operations work ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on April 26, 2013

The explosion of data-driven reporting, recent data privacy legislation, and the unfortunate loss of one of the Internet’s leading lights have brought the definition of “public” data back to the forefront of discussions about the information industry. At this late ... Read more

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posted by Shyamali Ghosh on January 21, 2013