PushSend.com Launches Event Ticketing to Boost its All-In-One Marketing Platform

PushSend.com announces the addition of event ticketing to its all-in-one SaaS marketing platform. With this new piece of the platform, PushSend.com is poised to be a big player in the event ticketing space.
Since launching in May of 2019, PushSend.com has provided an all-in-one marketing solution for businesses. With the addition of event ticketing to its platform, PushSend.

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Amazon Advertising This Cyber Monday: Too Good an Opportunity to Miss

According to Amazon, last year’s Cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day event in history. It was part of a record-breaking holiday season that included Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and the weekend, i.e., the “Cyber Five.”
Marin’s ad management platform showed that during last year’s Black Friday weekend, clicks and ad spend were up in the US by 53% and 81%, respectively.

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Microsoft shows off hybrid cloud management and cloud analytics tools at Ignite

Microsoft’s Ignite event traditionally attracts more from the developer ranks, but the technologies on display are increasingly of relevance to CIOs developing cloud strategies today.At Ignite 2019 in Orlando last week, Microsoft unveiled a new approach to analytics and data warehousing, Azure Synapse Analytics, and a new way to run Azure data services in anyone’s cloud, Azure Arc.

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New research: Deep Learning for Image Analysis

We discussed this research as part of our virtual event on Wednesday, July 24th; you can watch the replay here!
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs or ConvNets) excel at learning meaningful representations of features and concepts within images. These capabilities make CNNs extremely valuable for solving problems in the image analysis domain.

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Risk vs. Loss

A risk is defined as the probability of an undesirable event to take place. Since most risks are not totally random but rather dependent of a range of influences, we try to quantify a risk function, that gives the probability for each set of influences. We then calculate the expected loss by multiplying the costs that are caused by the occurrence of this event with the risk, i.e. its probability.

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