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eMarketer Social Ads Spend Forecast through 2014

Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Nov 07, 2013
Worldwide social network ad spending is expected to reach nearly $9 billion in 2013, a 33% increase over 2012. While Facebook will maintain a significant share of the 2013 total ($5.48 billion), that leaves $3.5 billion to be spent on fast-rising Twitter, Chinese social networks, social games, LinkedIn and other sites.
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Adobe

Advanced financial planning: why standard practice doesn’t make perfect

Published By: Unit4     Published Date: Apr 12, 2019
Still using spreadsheets for financial planning? With multiple templates? Leading to serious versioning and collaboration difficulties? AI-driven integrated, digitized financial planning is the answer. Helping you spend less time gathering and consolidating data, and more time unearthing the key insights and accurate forecasting hidden within it. Download the white paper and find out how harnessing AI can supercharge FP&A.
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integrated financial planning, corporate performance management, cpm, financial planning, corporate budgeting, forecasting, spreadsheets
    
Unit4

Worldwide Social Network Ad Spending Forecast: Robust Growth Set to Continue Through 2014

Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Aug 22, 2013
Worldwide social network ad spending is expected to reach nearly $9 billion in 2013, a 33% increase over 2012. While Facebook will maintain a significant share of the 2013 total ($5.48 billion), that leaves $3.5 billion to be spent on fast-rising Twitter, Chinese social networks, social games, LinkedIn and other sites.
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social marketing, social network ad, ad spending trends
    
Adobe

Safely Enter the Cloud: Cloud Computing Basics

Published By: Cloudroute     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Cloud computing has changed the way businesses and people think about using technology to serve their needs. Too many, cloud computing is nothing but hype and overblown as the new direction for Information Technology. But to many more, cloud computing represents the future of how every business should plan, operate and execute applications, systems and processes. Goldman Sachs forecasts spending on cloud computing infrastructure and platforms will grow at a 30% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2013 through 2018 compared with 5 percent growth for overall enterprise IT. Moreover, Forrester recently revised its 2011 forecast of the public cloud market size upward by 20 percent. Regardless, it is important to know what cloud computing is.
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