TRUSTe’s online survey of 2,006 adults and summary the findout based on consumer concern, consumer mistrust and business impact perspective.
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55% of big data projects are not completed because:
- 58% inaccurate scope
- 41% technical roadblocks
- 39% siloed data and non-cooperation
Average salary per year for Application Developer: $75,000
Taxi Driver: $31,000
Graphic Designer: $51,000
Average Salary: $45,250
While conventional wisdom teaches us that multitasking makes us more efficient, research suggests that we’re incapable of efficiently managing more than two tasks at a time. Take a look at how many tabs and programs you have open. Odds are you’re multitasking. As technology becomes more and more a part of our lives, most Americans are learning to do several things at once. Unfortunately, all of our “multitasking” may be anything but — and it can have some serious consequences.
If you have a moment, take a break from what you’re doing to look at this infographic on how multitasking induced stress impacts our brains.
While utility companies claim smart meters can lower costs and improve service, many residents claim that smart meters lead to inaccurate billing and pose security and health risks. So what is the truth about smart meters? – that’s the question we’re trying to answer with below infographic.
Since we’re in the midst of an incredibly disruptive shift from printed to digital books, Online Universities.com profile eBooks and America’s reading habits. The nation is experiencing a shift from printed to digital materials as e-books are becoming more available, and owners are beginning to read more. Take a look for who are these e-readers.
Technology Use on College Campuses. Technology can be great ally for education purpose but how big is its role in the learning process? You can find out more about this issue from below inforgraphic. Some interesting find out show that about 86% of students use social networking sites and 15% of students wished their instructor would use Facebook more often.