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Content Management Systems: Do you really need one?

The acronym CMS gets tossed around quite a bit in the tech world, but what does it actually mean for your website? The main function of Content Management Systems (CMS) is to present information on websites. CMS help with the creation, modification, and overall lifecycle of your website. CMS will actually eliminate your need to know coding such as HTML, CSS, and PHP because Content Management Systems use templates and provides other tools to streamline development.

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Developing for the Application Lifecycle

Many enterprise leaders today understand the imperative of embracing digital transformation in the Information Age. A recent study found that modernization and digital transformation projects are driving growth in the enterprise application software market, with worldwide spending in this area estimated to increase to more than $201 billion by 2019.

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Television As Data: Mapping 6 Years of American Television News

What happens when we think of all information as data? Imagine if you could take all of the closed captioning of American television news over the last 6 years and run it through incredibly sophisticated natural language understanding algorithms that were able to sift through for any mention of a location on earth and then put all of these mentions on a map? What would that map look like and what might it tell us of what we see when we turn on the television at night?

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FCC Gudlines for Closed Captioning

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 established closed captioning requirements for video programming distributors (television broadcast stations and multichannel video programming distributors such as cable, satellite, and other television service providers).

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