Is This Really A Recovery?

Money Matters January 2004 Is This Really A Recovery? Presented by The Money Management Firm, Inc. www.moneymanagementfirm.com EBay I.D. optionsforyou _________________________________________________________________ _____ Bill Gates and General Motors Bill Gates is hanging out with the chairman of General Motors."If automotive technology had kept pace with computer technology over the past few decades," boasts Gates, "you would now be driving a V-32 instead of a V-8, and it would have a top ...
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Posted on February 7th, 2016

10 Reasons to Adopt Data Visualization

/p> 1. Ba r Charts There is more to bar charts than meets the eye with data visualization. Bar charts is just one example of many visual tools which can be used to convey information in the most effective way. Bar charts, bar graphs, pie charts, or other charts and graphs are one of the most common methods of displaying information of various kinds. Everyone from children to adults use them in school, study, and business. Data visualization works with bar charts to create ...
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Posted on February 6th, 2016

Data Mining And Modelling

The important processes that have to be clearly delineated for Data Mining, Analysis and Modelling are: Data model: what data will be available and how will it flow? Data gathering: how will data be gathered both in physical and technological terms? Data gathered: what data will be gathered? Data types: what types of data will be gathered? Data formatting: how will data be held? Data warehousing: where will data be held? Data mining: how will we retrieve data from the warehouse? Information ...
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Posted on February 5th, 2016

Data loggers can do more than just checking the temperature in

Data loggers are modern digital devices that document temperature. Many people use them to monitor the temperature in a freezer or in a pharmaceutical storage facility, but the are also used to monitor oven temperature and other manufacturing processes. A high temperature data logger (a logger with sensors capable of measuring high temperatures) can be used in laboratories, manufacturing plants and even bakeries. Literally any place where temperature plays a role in producing a product or ...
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Posted on February 4th, 2016

Filling the Data Leaks - the Importance of Digital Asset

The flow of electronic data permeates the fibers of every business. Try to make a transaction without accessing the binary realm - bets are that even the cash register used to ring your favorite morning beverage is accessing electronic data. Today, business survival and success depends on immediate connectivity and data communication. Living in a digitized world has altered modes of business communication as well. Shooting a quick email off with a pricing quote or sending an answer to a email ...
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Posted on February 3rd, 2016

How You Can Avoid My Data Recovery Nightmare

Many subjects related to your work might be more fun, more sexy. Who wants to talk about data backups, disaster preparedness and data recovery? I sure didn't. But, a disturbing thought kept popping into my head for days . . . "You better spend Wednesday . . . Thursday . . . Friday . . . backing up your hard drive." Did I listen to that intuition? Just a couple of weeks prior I begrudgingly sat through a presentation on disaster preparedness for small businesses. It was a great presentation, ...
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Posted on February 2nd, 2016

Meta data can harm your business

When a customer emails you to ask a question, what's your first instinct? Probably not to pick up the phone, but rather to hit "reply." Shooting a quick email off with a pricing quote or sending an answer to a question is now the mainstream. Email has evolved into a the standard mass communications tool, a decade ago, just 15% of adults in the US went online, today, 63% of the population logs on to do a myriad of tasks from email to IM'ing, to booking trip reservations (1) Documents aren't ...
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Posted on February 1st, 2016

Asset Searching for Recovery Actions - The Decision Maker's Most

As certified fraud examiners (CFE), we all know the nuts and bolts of our respective areas of specialty, and hopefully, we are all growing professionally at an astounding pace. Crime does, unfortunately, pay – just not for the criminal. After conducting asset research for over 14 years for such demanding institutions as FDIC, FSLIC, and RTC, as well as major hotels and casinos in the gaming industry, property management firms, and many of the nation’s larger law firms, one thing that has ...
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Posted on January 31st, 2016

Asset Searching for Recovery Actions - The Decision Maker's

In Part One of this article we took a look at some minimum recommendations for asset searches as a recovery medium. This discussion is based on the assumption that an asset search has already been determined to be sanctionable by, for example, a loan in default, a judgment that has been rendered, a court order obtained for the release of credit information in cases that are not clearly defined under the FCRA or •extended consent” given in a creditor/debtor or employee - ...
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Posted on January 30th, 2016

Airbag SDM ' Black Box ' Crash Data Retrieval Information for GM

The benefit of retrieving data from flight data recorder using the Black Box was only available to airlines for many years. This invaluable instrument, which helps determine what happened in the critical time before a crash, is now available as Airbag SDM crash data retrieval system on GM cars. In response to the call of the National Transport and Safety Board (NTSB) in 1997 that vehicle manufacturers and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration team up to gather information on ...
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Posted on January 29th, 2016