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Medium   by Gregory V. Boulware

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ISBN: 1502581159
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"Well Dr. Caldwell, what do you think is wrong?" "I'm not sure... I might need to do a more thorough investigation to the problem at hand." "Doc, can you please tell me what the nature of the problem is...?" "I don't know." "But Doc, what do you know?" "The one thing that I do know is...I don't know. Do you know how many people are willing to admit they don't know something?" "No Doc, how many?" "I don't know." > Many people on the planet profess to know just about everything. There are those who know it all. There are those who know absolutely nothing but boast to the contrary. Haven't you met people who know everything about anything and everything about everybody? Sure you have... You've wished that they would shut the hell up and be quiet. You've wished for certain persons to go away or learn to shut their mouths before they speak... Even better still, just shut your mouth and don't say anything at all to anybody. I want to learn something!
"The one thing that I do know is...How to Understand Technology!"

Business Intelligence (BI) and Information Technology (IT) virtually, methodically, and basically go arm-in-arm. Students who are majoring in business, i.e., administration, management, marketing, accounting, etc., will find that BI and IT have morphed into one entity. One does not do without the other.
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The cloud as we know it; a metaphor for the Internet based upon how the Internet is depicted in computer network diagrams; is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided. SaaS (Service as a Software) over the Internet, as I've mentioned in previous postings, is the driving force.
 
It definitely takes new tactics and skill sets in order to acquire a position in the new world of IT, Communications, and Analytics. Sentiment Analysis is gauging the mood of Social Networks and is being incorporated by companies monitoring Community-Driven Websites.
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This book is packed with a whole bunch of factual IT/BI data, Technical Techniques, and loaded with time tested solutions to your Information Technology Library and Study Reference. It's the perfect learning tool for the novice or beginning Tech Student as well! 

"I was working as a 'Database Insurance Analyst' for an insurance company in Blue Bell, Pa., in a contractor capacity, when I wondered what would happen if someone hadn't shown me how this all worked, you know, computers. I was highly prepared to "hit the ground running" when I walked in the door!"
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