Global Spending on Big Data and Analytics Solutions Will Reach $215.7 Billion in 2021, According to a New IDC Spending Guide

NEEDHAM, Mass.–()–Worldwide spending on big data and business analytics (BDA) solutions is forecast to reach $215.7 billion this year, an increase of 10.1% over 2020, according to a new update to the Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC). The forecast also shows that BDA spending will gain strength over the next five years as the global economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for global BDA spending over the 2021-2025 forecast period will be 12.8%.

“As executives seek solutions to enable better, faster decisions, we’re seeing relatively healthy BDA spending across all industries. Leveraging data for insights into everything from internal business operations to the customer journey is top of mind and of strategic importance,” said Jessica Goepfert, program vice president, Customer Insights and Analysis. “Firms in the professional services industry, for

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Florida Tech’s weVENTURE Women’s Business Center to Host ‘IMPACT Summit’ Aug. 26

One lucky attendee will go home with a custom-designed diamond necklace

WATCH: The weVENTURE Women’s Business Center at Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business will convene its annual IMPACT Summit leadership development event from 2-5 p.m. CLICK HERE to register and for more information.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The weVENTURE Women’s Business Center at Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business will convene its annual IMPACT Summit leadership development event Thursday, Aug. 26, at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne, from 2-5 p.m.

Professional women from across all industries are invited to come together for an afternoon featuring three inspiring speakers and break-out sessions, followed by a networking reception on the oceanfront deck.

Appreciating the value of lessons learned the hard way is only possible if we give ourselves time to reflect and learn from them. That is why the theme for the IMPACT Summit is, “No Pressure, No Diamonds.”

Individual

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Global Oatmeal Market & Volume Forecast Report 2021-2027 Consumption, Production, Import, Export, Competitive Landscape – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–()–The “Oatmeal Market & Volume Global Forecast By Oat Type, Distribution Channel, Country (Consumption, Production, Import, Export), Companies” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Global Oatmeal Market will be US$ 8.63 Billion by 2027 from US$ 4.97 Billion in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 8.20% during 2020-2027

Oats are one of the most popular breakfast foods that consist of boiled water or milk; the resulting dish is oatmeal. They have become trendy healthy food across the globe. In today’s changing lifestyle, oatmeal is instant, easy hunger food for tighter morning schedules. It’s mainly eaten in form porridge with the popular topping of fruits and sugar worldwide. People also prefer Oats in various innovative ways in their diets such as oat cookie, oatcakes, oat bread, muesli, Idlis and uttamp.

Oats contains a rich source of soluble fibre beta gluten which reduces the risk of heart diseases

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The Taliban are sitting on $1 trillion worth of minerals the world desperately needs

Supplies of minerals such as iron, copper and gold are scattered across provinces. There are also rare earth minerals and, perhaps most importantly, what could be one of the world’s biggest deposits of lithium — an essential but scarce component in rechargeable batteries and other technologies vital to tackling the climate crisis.

“Afghanistan is certainly one of the regions richest in traditional precious metals, but also the metals [needed] for the emerging economy of the 21st century,” said Rod Schoonover, a scientist and security expert who founded the Ecological Futures Group.

Security challenges, a lack of infrastructure and severe droughts have prevented the extraction of most valuable minerals in the past. That’s unlikely to change soon under Taliban control. Still, there’s interest from countries including China, Pakistan and India, which may try to engage despite the chaos.

“It’s a big question mark,” Schoonover said.

Huge potential

Even before President Joe

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