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Facebook is sorry, a company executive said Wednesday. It’s not sorry, mind you, for that study in which it tried to see if it could manipulate people’s emotions by putting more positive or negative content in their feeds. Why would it be sorry for that? That was just “ongoing…See More
Newsletter OSINT № 36 -37 (March - June 2014) Research Center Viktora Voksanaeva Dear Colleagues! Read the informational materials that are posted July 20, 2014 in the…Continue
Online Homeland security: The Journal of #Intelligence Studies in Business (J...…Continue
IBM: What is a data scientisthttp://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/infosphere/data-scientist/HBR: Data Scientist: The…Continue
I just finished reading Jim Underwood's Book and stand by my analysis. He cites no references in the entire book yet has the gall to spend a great deal of time on validating information and…Continue
Trying to help a connection to prepare for a Master's thesis, I am looking for authors of "scientific results" about "advantages of competitive intelligence in terms of active search for potential…Continue
How terrorists use Competitive Intelligence:- "Try to think like a terrorist for a second. Would you like to get—free-of-charge—satellite services? Of course, you would," says Gabriel Weimann."Now…Continue
I am working through all my tools,subscriptons and techniques this year to revamp how we do company profiles. I wanted to see what others use. I will share if you do! Here is my tool…Continue
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Yahoo just published an article that I wrote about Soldiers and the use of Social Networking Sites. The article can be viewed here:
Since Soldiers are notorious for…Continue
Here at Rivalfox, we believe every company should invest in competitive intelligence. By that we don’t mean you should go out and hire a CI expert to join your team, but instead that everyone in your company should take an active part. More and more business developers, product managers, and growth hackers are integrating CI into their repertoire to win their markets. This does not need to be time consuming; with CI SaaS, in thirty seconds or less, you will understand your competitors’…Continue
Cyberwarfare which is known-ed to be the actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation’s computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption.
Cyber warfare is a relatively new concept whereby politically motivated hackers and Computer scientists develop means of causing disruption or damage to a government’s IT system and network infrastructure. There are various techniques that fall under cyber-warfare such as a virus or …Continue
Customer is King – the raison d'être of every business. It is therefore imperative for all businesses to listen to their customers.
Customer loyalty in particular is of immense value to any company. High customer loyalty indicates that your company is doing a key part of its job right. It also means that you have to try less…Continue
I have started a new blog named Rethinking Competitive Intelligence that is about, you guessed it, rethinking the field of competitive intelligence. Rethinking CI is an open notebook dedicated to bringing competitive intelligence into the 21st century.Continue