Episode 36: IBM/Red Hat and the British Airways Data Breach

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we take a look at IBM’s Acquisition of Red Hat and the ongoing saga of the British Airways data breach.  Why did IBM make this acquisition and what does it mean for the industry?  Why did the data breach happen in the first place?  What can you do to protect your own company? All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 30: Adobe/Marketo Rumors and New Features

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we enter the rumor mill and discuss the potential acquisition of Marketo by Adobe as first reported in Reuters.  What does Marketo do and why would Adobe be interested? How much money are we talking?  What other features did Adobe release this past week on the analytics side of the house? All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 23: Salesforce Acquires Datorama

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat, we take a look at the announcement last week that Salesforce has agreed to acquire Datorama for $800 Million.  What does Datorama do?  Why is Salesforce making this deal?  What are the implications for our industry?  All of this and more in this week’s episode of Analytics Neat.  Thanks for listening!

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