Trusted Data Analytics for Effective Decision-Making

| | Blog
In 2006, Tampa Bay (then Devil) Rays’ Manager Joe Maddon had an idea. He had noticed in his pregame sabermetrics and analytics review, that David Ortiz, the Red Sox slugger, had a tendency to hit the ball to the right side of the field much more than to the left ... Read More

A Controlled and Happy Family

| | GDPR
This August, my wife and I are expecting our first child. We are very excited and thankful that it is really happening. Doing the research that we’ve done has made me really think about the parent-child relationship. The parent-child relationship changes forms throughout stages of life. As a fetus, the ... Read More

The Evolving Levels of Effort

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Many years ago, in order to clean a used shirt, people would take a basket down to the river and let the flowing water soak through it. They would then hang it on a rock, and let the sun take care of the drying. At a later stage, when soap ... Read More

Cybertech Tel Aviv 2019: The Pregame Show

| | Cybertech 2019
We asked our staff who will be at Cybertech what they are most looking forward to at Cybertech Tel Aviv 2019: Zak Rubinstein, CEO: "I think the most exciting thing when I go to these conferences is meeting customers and investors. With how busy this industry is, it's nice to ... Read More

C is For Cookie and Compliance

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I was checking out a certain website the other night (which I won’t call out here) when a peculiar message popped up. I’ve noticed many different layouts and versions of “Our website uses third-party tracking and cookies, to learn about it click here”, but this one was in its own ... Read More