Tag Archives : #SundayInfographic


The Sunday Infographic: 12 Big Data 1-to-1 Marketing Myths

Today’s Sunday Infographic was posted to BigData-Startups.com by the DMA Data Council, which descibes itself as “a UK organisation that connects, enables and inspires their members to drive business growth through 1 to 1 to millions communication.” In “12 Big Data 1-to-1 Marketing Myths,” the DMA provides a very balanced perspective on whether and how Big [...]


The Sunday Infographic: Top countries with best customer service

InsightaaS: Today’s Sunday infographic features recent work from Alex Hillsberg of FinancesOnline.com. Previous infographics from Alex and his colleagues have focused on the value of brands and logos, on IT acquisitions and on differences between the online social behaviour of men and women. Today’s infographic extends this approach of connecting personal and business perspectives by [...]


The Sunday Infographic: US Data Centers

InsightaaS: After a one-week hiatus (even ATN gets the odd vacation!), the Sunday Infographic is back – this time, with a terrific look at data centers developed by WhoIsHostingThis.com, and posted on CloudTweaks. It moves quickly from the lowest-common-denominator (what’s a server? What’s an IP address?) to some really interesting material (the impact of union [...]


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The Sunday Infographic: Cloud file sharing – a security nightmare for IT

InsightaaS: Each Sunday, we highlight an infographic that we think will be of interest to Across the Net readers. This week’s infographic comes to us courtesy of Netskope via Cloud Tweaks, and presents a comprehensive (and frightening) view of security and file sharing in the cloud. This quarter’s Netskope cloud report found that, in addition [...]


The Sunday Infographic: North American innovation report

InsightaaS: Each Sunday, we feature an infographic that we think will be of interest to Across the Net readers. This week, we’re featuring an infographic from Philips which is based on an extensive survey of North Americans – 1,005 living in the US, and another 500 living in Canada. The questions revolved around innovation: what [...]

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