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Google Shuts Down Google+ and Reveals Security Gap

An uncool name wasn’t the main reason so few people used Google’s social media network Google+ although it probably didn’t help. The company today announced they were shutting down the consumer portion of Google+, although they’ll keep some corporate applications. They also described several new limits on data sharing, mentioned that a security bug exposed data from at least a half million accounts, and look, a squirrel!

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Adobe Releases Initial Magento Integrations

October 10, 2018

Who ever thought the words “Adobe” and “fast-moving” would bes used in the same sentence? Yet just four months after finalizing its acquisition of ecommerce platform Magento, Adobe has released its first integrations with Experience Cloud. Magento gains cross-touchpoint shopping experiences, AI-powered personalization, and behavior predictions. Magento also announced other enhancements to its core capabilities.

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Facebook Loses Brand Value While Apple, Google, and Amazon Gain: Interbrand Report

October 5, 2018

And since no day is complete without a little Facebook bashing, here’s an Interbrand report that Facebook is the only BadTech company to lose brand value since last year: Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft all gained (and rank first to fourth, in that order), while Facebook fell from eighth to ninth and lost six percent of its value. Don’t feel too sad for them: they’re still ahead of McDonalds, Intel and IBM.

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Real-Time Data Leads to Quicker Growth: Confluent Survey

May 24, 2022

No one really doubts that real-time data is useful, but here’s more concrete data in case you’ve been arguing the point: this Confluent survey of IT leaders finds 63% of companies with widespread access to real-time data showed 10% or higher revenue growth, compared with just 44% of companies with only some access grew as fast.  Integrating multiple data sources was the most common obstacle to real-time access, cited by 60% of respondents.

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