A TNS survey shows that 43 per cent of UK consumers were either thinking of switching banks within the next year or had already made the decision to do so. Many highlighted that customer service concerns were to blame, 68 per cent said they were “just a number” to their bank.
Ryanair is undoubtedly one of the most important airlines in Spain. Nevertheless, the company doesn’t offer customer service for its Spanish-speaking clients. Their social media management – for Facebook and Twitter – is handled from a worldwide corporate profile.
In analytics, nothing matters more than data quality. The practical way to control data quality is to do it at the point where the data is created. Low-quality data can be a source of waste in business operations.
Traditionalists may cry “Big Brother” and bemoan the dystopia that awaits us, but as virtual and augmented reality increasingly become part of our cultural fabric, museums can choose to either compete with the technology or embrace it.
If you wear a diamond on your finger, it likely has flaws, even if you can’t see them. Don’t blame your partners for your flawed engagement rings, thank them. You could be flaunting the future of data storage on your digits.
Big Data is becoming too big to manage manually. The amount of data coming from sensors, streams and social media is astronomical—but that’s only part of the problem. Out of all the data that is being collected, only a small amount of it is actually essential.
The quantity of fake news is now reaching crisis proportions, and the problem is only getting worse. Furthermore, the challenge of misinformation reaches well beyond the realm of public discourse, impacting the core of business as well.
Fake News? Big Data And Artificial Intelligence To The Rescue
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