Michelle Greenlee

Michelle Greenlee

Web Developer & Freelance Writer

Michelle covers enterprise software, cyber security, big data analytics, and website development.

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Open source news roundup for July 9-21, 2017 | Opensource.com

Open source news roundup for July 9-21, 2017 | Open...

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How to Develop an Email Content Calendar

How to Develop an Email Content Calendar

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Customer Support With Gmail/Google for Work Filters and Labels

Customer Support With Gmail/Google for Work Filters...

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DevOps is Missing Security

Note: Digital Thirst has been shuttered. An archive of this article available at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/devops-missing-security-michelle-greenlee

Everyone agrees security must be an integral part of the development process. IT security and development teams work together seamlessly to ship secure and stable applications.

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Free Places to Advertise Your Website

Free Places to Advertise Your Website

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6 Help Desk and Live Chat Tools for Small Organizations

Managing customer requests from email works well when requests are few and far between. As volumes increase, you might need a better way to manage inquiries.

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GitHub project analysis, 3D printed prosthetics, and more open source news

In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at GitHub project analysis, 3D printed prosthetics, a microbiome forecasting algorithm, and more!

digitalthirst.com

Digital Transformation: Decide with Data

Note: Digital Thirst has been shuttered. An archive of this article is available at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/digital-transformation-decide-data-michelle-greenlee

Data-aided decision making is on the rise. In 2015, IDC reported 22% of enterprises created advanced digital transformation initiatives to better respond to customers. However, that number is expected to double by 2020 as more companies begin to see value in data-driven initiatives.

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3D-printed violins, a new tool from NASA, and more open source news

In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at a 3D-printed violin, a NASA tool for calculating orbital trajectories, and more.

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Expert Advice for Storytelling with Data

Deriving business value from data, then presenting it to key stakeholders, is an exercise in merging data and design for an audience. You see, an analysts’ real job is not to find key insights, but to effectively persuade her audience to buy into the recommendations. After doing deep research and analysis, finding the right story is vital to effective communications.

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Put your big data to work with big data security analytics

Consumers rely on companies to protect their data, mass quantities of which are collected every day across sensors, services, and devices. Credit card numbers, bank account information, social security numbers—they're all for the taking, and companies that don't protect customer data can now be made liable for data breaches, as Target learned when it agreed to pay out $10 million in damages for the 2013 breach that affected 40 million customers.

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The biggest security threats of 2016: How CIOs can prepare

The number of large-scale data breaches in 2015 illustrates the potential for even more widespread offensives that could be orchestrated by determined attackers. These attacks have demonstrated an increasingly sophisticated approach, sometimes involving multiple attack vectors. 2016 will require extra vigilance and a new approach to defending organizations' target areas as security threats evolve..

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4 Photoshop Alternatives for Professional Results

Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for image editing. While the price tag of $9.95 per month for a Photoshop CC subscription might seem enticing, not all website owners require the full functionality of the software every month. Many website owners or bloggers may prefer a simplified user interface that includes access to pre-designed templates and doesn't require downloading and installation.

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Conduct Real Business from Your Mobile Device

Working from an office is sometimes a luxury when you're running a small business. Thankfully, your mobile device can help you do real work while on the go. Web-based platforms combined with mobile apps bring the office to the palm of your hand.