Analytics News

Major updates from major software providers in the past few years have revolved around the topic of the privacy revolution. With iOS 14, Apple took privacy not only one step further, but ran the extra mile.    App developers typically rely heavily...

The in-memory analytics market is rapidly expanding and is set to reach $10.85 billion by 2027 compared to $1.89 Billion in 2019, an annual growth rate of 24.4%, according to new market research.   When it comes to processing data, speed is...

During these past few months, the demand for digital transformation significantly increased, driving investments in analytics and prompting more companies to adopt smart analytics solutions.    As a result of COVID-19, the global analytics market is expected to grow from $25.4 billion...

Apple is taking the Privacy Revolution one step further and announced that cookies for cross-site resources are now blocked by default on Safari.    This is a significant improvement for privacy because it removes any sense of exceptions or “a little bit...

Now, more than ever, businesses are realizing the importance of having a strong digital presence. When businesses are put to the test at an unprecedented scale, adapting is critical.    With more cities under shelter-in-place orders, people that can work from home...

Since physical interaction causes the most stir in the new coronavirus epidemic, having a digital presence has become paramount for every institution and organization.    The new virus is affecting the economy at all touchpoints. Filing tax reports online, paying bills via...

Data Studio, which is Google’s Business Intelligence tool, is actively taking steps toward building an interactive community with its latest release: Community Visualizations. The new feature, which is still currently in beta, allows you to create and integrate custom JavaScript...

The new year and decade have just started, and store closings are already making headlines nationwide. More than 1,200 closings have been announced.    Traditional retail chain giants such as J.C. Penney, Papyrus, Express, Pire 1, and Macy's have collectively announced hundreds...

Six months after Google announced their new Privacy Sandbox initiative, the tech giant decided to join Safari and Firefox and make third-party cookies obsolete, with plans to increase the privacy of web browsing. However, Google opted for a phased approach...