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WisdomForce FastReader is a popular ultra high-performance data transfer and migration product used in critical IT operations. FastReader enables portable data cross multiple platforms in a heterogene .... Geo code uploading system Some of our products are as follows: Automated Vehicle location system, Muncipal Administration System, Cemetery Management system, Forest management Enterprise management system, Household Energy ma .... Navigation Maps Precision navigable road maps by AND AND has collected worldwide road and address information for many years to create digital maps. These maps are used for navigation across the ...
Theories of intelligence are two-fold: (i) the “single intelligence” based upon the unilinear construct of “general intelligence”, and (ii) the construct of multiple intelligences . Influenced by his cousin Charles Darwin , Francis Galton was the first scientist to propose a theory of general intelligence; that intelligence is a true, biologically-based mental faculty that can be studied by measuring a person’s reaction times to cognitive tasks. Galton’s research in measuring the head sizes of British scientists and laymen led to the conclusion that head-size is unrelated to a person’s intelligence. Alfred Binet , and the French ...
Knight funds 12 innovative digital news projects
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geoVues Location Intelligence Software Brings Analytical Muscle to ...
Approaching the Holiday gift giving season, more than a year after hurricane Katrina, a new, colorful 16-month dog calendar, dedicated to helping homeless pets in New Orleans, which have suffered from the loss of animal shelters and veterinarian hospitals, is quickly becoming a must-have cult item. Doggie's Angel, a charitable organization committed to the rescue of homeless animals, has created a unique dog calendar featuring some truly winning canines. The charity will contribute 60% of the net proceeds from calendar sales to the Louisiana SPCA for the benefit of a large number of animals displaced by hurricanes Katrina ... market research, surveys and trends


Location Intelligence Magazine
explores the three areas of geocoding, data quality and ETL (extract, transfer/translate, load), which are all inter-related and help us get to the understanding of where things are, in terms of the enterprise systems for assets, customers and business development. In systems that are data-driven, there is always the perpetual quest for clean data. We want data that is correct, remains that way; and that we can reliably use to understand, make decisions and even feel confident to use it as a mailing list. But data quality and usability doesn't happen by chance.  It is interesting to look at an example of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Features - Directions Magazine
GeoIQ is an open platform that allows you to create applications integrating your data and other folks' data using Google Maps and Microsoft Visual Earth APIs. This combination provides not only interesting visualizations, it also allows for fairly complex analysis in an easy-to-use interface. GeoIQ operates as a Web service; the API lets you configure its usage, the data sources and the level of analysis. Hal Reid provides an overview. Product Overview � Free Plug-in for MS Outlook from CMC International : 04-19-2006 This free plug-in from CMC International creates Google Maps of individual contact addresses from within ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
5 Teen Social Media Trends that Can Be Applied to Small Business
and the myriad of other social media tools that are currently at your disposal — you know, the ones the teens and 20somethings have basically dovetailed into their everyday lives? Social media may seem like a vapid way for tweens to gossip about and the like, but it can be an effective (and fun) way to reach new customers and create stronger bonds with loyal fans. Some of you may already be riding the wave (let’s face it, most of you probably are if you’re reading ). The University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business recently did a study that shows the relationship between social media and small businesses ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Meet Your New Commander-in-Geek
US appoints first cyber warfare general: Pentagon creates specialist online unit to counter cyber attack amid growing fears of militarisation of the internet. On Friday, newly-created U.S. Cyber Command—that's USCYBERCOM to those in the know— got itself a general . One small problem: It's not clear that anyone, even four-star general and National Security Agency head Keith Alexander, knows what U.S. Cyber Command is supposed to do now that it exists. The commerical Internet has been around since about 1995, but in recent years folks at the Pentagon and White House seem to have been struck with a similar thought: ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Sailing the Sea of OSINT in the Information Age — Central ...
Our age's increasingly voluminous open-source intelligence (OSINT) sheds light on issues of the day for all-source analysts, covert collectors, and policymakers, but have we done enough to exploit its potential? My short answer is "No," and here's why I think so. Collecting intelligence these days is at times less a matter of stealing through dark alleys in a foreign land to meet some secret agent than one of surfing the Internet under the fluorescent lights of an office cubicle to find some open source. The world is changing with the advance of commerce and technology. Mouse clicks and online dictionaries ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Cynthia Cheng Correia
“Competitive Intelligence: A Practical Primer for Location Intelligence,” Location Intelligence,. February 15, 2006. ▪ Profiled in article, “It's All About ...
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Intelligence tests | Ask MetaFilter
Is it possible to prepare for Intelligence tests ? If yes, what are the mainstream Intelligence tests that firms or institutions use ? There are lots of IQ tests online, I would recommend at least taking a few to get an idea of the questions they ask. There are a number of general test preparation strategies to employ such as monitoring your time to allocate enough time to each question and learning how they are scored so you know whether it is better to guess or leave questions blank. The WAIS is one of the more common ones. It has to be administered by a trained professional, which is very costly. There are a limited number ...