By ZDNet UK
for Between the Lines
| June 24, 2004 -- 07:10 GMT (00:10 PDT)
| Topic: CXO
The Gartner Group
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England's football teams have a new secret weapon: Better data
The Football Association is using the cloud to process huge amounts of data and create an automated approach to player performance analysis.
Adobe intros ABM Essentials, account based marketing for Marketo Engage
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Influencer marketing spending is on the rise
Businesses need to spend more on influencer marketing and use more social content, according to new reports.
Python vs R for data science: Professor rates programming language rivals
R expert hopes to settle the debate with an analysis of the programming languages that's "fair and helpful".
Middle East has a big problem: It loves tech but can't stop blocking it
Concerns about free expression and privacy are shaping online behaviors in the Middle East, as more governments crack down.
Dunnhumby hires new Brazil head
The data analytics firm appoints retail executive Flávia Villani for the top job in the country.
How the CIO lost control: Why cloud computing and millennials have got tech bosses running scared
CIOs have lost their role as guardians over everything tech. But there is still one way for them to regain their influence.
Meet Europe's new supercomputer: MareNostrum 5 takes on global rivals for power
Barcelona will be home to the new supercomputer with 200 petaflops peak performance.