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Articles for the keywords: Excel
22 May 2017 5 Questions To Ask When Approaching Digital Analytics Data [63679]
Business 2 Community, May 22nd 2017

"It's all about asking the right digital analytics questions.

Sure, in the right context, you can probably get by doing what Avinash Kaushik refers to as 'data puking,' but you won't excel as an analyst or marketer that way.

In addition, you'll consistently come up short on bringing true business value to your company.

In any field, it's important to be critical. But in digital analytics, it's crucial..."
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17 May 2017 The Digital CFO Challenge [63593]
Oracle, May 17th 2017

Francois Lancon writes in Forbes, "The CFO is one of only two executives at a company (the CEO is the other) who could go to jail should the company publish misleading financial information (depending on local laws and regulations).

That possibility is something every CFO must live with, while still trying to close the books more quickly and provide the kind of information that can help the entire executive team make better decisions. And while closing the books in a timely manner seems like table stakes, many large, complex organizations operate as semi-independent fiefdoms run on Excel spreadsheets. Outdated applications and disconnected processes also make it hard to hold individual budget overseers accountable for financial performance..."
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02 May 2017 Microsoft helps to empower students and teachers to create the world of tomorrow; unveils new education offerings [63110]
Microsoft, May 2nd 2017

Microsoft Corp. announced a set of educational products and services, inspired by teachers and students, including a new Windows experience - Windows 10 S - along with new experiences in Microsoft Teams for a modern collaborative classroom, new features in Minecraft and mixed reality that spark creativity, a range of Windows 10 S PCs for K‒12 classrooms, and the perfect Windows 10 S device for college students - Surface Laptop.

Windows 10 S is a new Windows experience streamlined for security and superior performance. With Windows 10 S, applications that teachers and students download come from the Windows Store where they are first verified for security, and then locally they each run in a safe "container" to ensure that Windows 10 S offers the power of full-featured applications, with experiences like the full version of Office 365, including all of the capabilities of Microsoft Word, Excel, OneNote and PowerPoint, among others. With Windows 10 S, educators and students will have access to their favorite and most-used applications across STEM, learning tools, secure assessment tools, content publishers, interactive whiteboards and more.
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25 Apr 2017 Bankrate Overhauls Multiple On-premise Systems with NetSuite [62882]
Oracle, April 27th 2017

Replaces Sage ACCPAC and QuickBooks to Improve Controls, Financial Consolidation, and Recognition of Complex Revenue Models

Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit (GBU), the industry's leading provider of cloud financials / ERP, HR and omnichannel commerce software suites, announced that Bankrate, Inc., a leading online publisher, aggregator and distributor of personal finance content, has replaced multiple on-premise financial systems including Sage ACCPAC, QuickBooks and numerous Excel spreadsheets with one single instance of NetSuite OneWorld in less than three months.
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03 Apr 2017 Top 5 Email Security Best Practices To Prevent Malware Distribution [62123]
CSO Online, April 3rd 2017

"Email is a critical enterprise communication tool synonymous with sending important documents quickly and efficiently between employees, managers, HR, finance, sales, legal, customers, supply chain and more. That said, organizations often don't understand that the file types used every day to share important information - standard files like Word docs, Excel spreadsheets and PDFs - are also the most common attack vectors widely used for the distribution of malware. For cybercriminals, it's often too easy to target a user with a spoofed email or phishing attack, and trick them into opening an infected attachment that appears to be legitimate..."
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