Step By Step: Export Shopify Data Using Panoply
Data is the new hot topic, and in this day and age, there are multiple platforms we can use to store our data. Shopify is one such platform used by millions of businesses. This blog will help you understand how to export Shopify data and use Panoply to perform data analysis for better business insights. Shopify data provides a wealth of information to store owners that they can then leverage to make informed decisions and grow their revenue and customer base. To make use of this data and provide you with valuable insights, Keshav Malik has created this step-by-step article on importing Shopify data on Panoply’s blog.
Best Machine Learning Algorithms for Fraud Detection
Fraudsters have been around forever, and so have the good people trying to stop them. The methods the two employ change over time, though. With artificial intelligence taking center stage over the past decade, using machine learning for fraud detection has become popular in many industries. In this article on Sqream’s blog, Boris Bambo explores how to use machine learning for fraud detection, some of the most commonly used algorithms, and best practices so you can get the most out of this powerful technique.
Most companies today have policies in place governing how and when employees should destroy sensitive information. At a high level, document destruction policies ensure compliance with state, federal, and industry regulations. They also help prevent sensitive documents, like financial and medical records, from accidentally leaking to the public. However, when a legal investigation or audit is underway, standard document destruction policies may not apply. During this time, it’s critical to protect electronically stored information (ESI) and paper documents that could influence a case. To accomplish this, legal teams may issue holds to their entire organization, specific departments, or individuals. Read this post by Justin Reynolds, Akshita Singhal & Lianna Vaughan on Venio System’s blog to learn what legal holds entail, and why they’re a critical part of the eDiscovery process.