Self-Service AI Aims to Grease the Wheels for B2B Sales Teams


SalesDirector.ai has released a self-service version of its artificial intelligence sales execution and sales forecasting platform for B2B sales teams. The system provides enterprise-grade AI to sales teams in less than five minutes, according to the company. Like the regular SalesDirector.ai platform, the self-service version is offered as a service. “There’s no need to configure, program or set up how you sell, and train the AI — no need for admins to connect to systems,” said SalesDirector.ai CEO Babar Batla.

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Salesfusion Launches Spiffy New Marketing Automation Tool


Salesfusion has launched version 12 of its marketing automation solution. The company rebuilt Salesfusion 12 from the ground up to provide an architecture robust enough to support “the easiest-to-use, most modern campaign creation tools available to marketers today,” said Greg Vilines, VP of product and engineering. It provides enterprise-grade power and features without the typical price tag, he added. Dated architecture was one of the challenges the company faced, said Cindy Zhou, principal analyst at Constellation Research.

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Nvidia May Be Prepping a New GTX 1050 Ti Max-Q to Counter Intel, AMD

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Nvidia is reportedly readying a new version of the GTX 1050 Ti with a Max-Q spin on the silicon. Is it a move against AMD’s just-announced Vega Mobile or a shot across the bow of Intel’s Vega-equipped CPUs?

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/262120-nvidia-may-prepping-new-gtx-1050-ti-max-q-counter-intel-amd-team?source=Computing

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New macOS Security Bug Unlocks App Store With Any Password

Apple’s macOS High Sierra has a flaw in the latest version that allows admin users to bypass a locked app store by entering any password they like.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/261843-new-macos-security-bug-unlocks-app-store-password?source=Computing

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AMD Has Cut the Performance of Some RX 560 GPUs

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AMD has quietly introduced a new version of its Radeon RX 560 — but this one packs fewer cores and sells in the same price point. If you’re eyeing one of these GPUs, be careful which you pick.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/259980-amd-cut-performance-rx-560-gpus-not-uncommon?source=Computing

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Huge macOS High Sierra Security Flaw Allows Admin Logins With No Password

Macs running the latest version of macOS High Sierra need to be aware of a major security bug currently embedded in the OS. Users can log into the administrator account or initiate an escalation attack without needing a password of any kind.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/259613-huge-macos-high-sierra-security-flaw-allows-admin-logins-no-password?source=computing

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New Relationship Marketing Hub Aims to Goose Conversion Rates


Optimove has released a new version of its relationship marketing hub. Optimove 6.0 lets users automate targeted marketing campaigns for new visitors as precisely as they can for current customers, the company said. It combines Web analytics with look-alike data, machine learning, and AI from its retention ecosystem to make accurate predictions of future spend before customers make a purchase. Based on those predictions, Optimove 6.0 segments visitors into micro-categories and indicates which campaigns are most likely to lead to conversions.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84922.html?rss=1

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Start Your Engines: PCI Express 4.0 Standard Officially Released

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PCI Express 4.0 has hit version 1.0 and been released to manufacturers. If previous patterns hold true, we could see motherboards within a year — though this will depend on Intel and AMD and how quickly they leap for the new standard.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/257905-start-engines-pci-express-4-0-standard-officially-released?source=Computing

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Leaves Up to 30GB in Installation Files

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he new OS version isn’t a radical change from the previous Creators Update, but it does introduce some new features and improvements to Edge, OneDrive, GPU monitoring–and, apparently, up to 30GB of install data that it leaves behind.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/257737-windows-10-fall-creators-update-leaves-30gb-installation-files?source=Computing

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Microsoft Introduces Surface Book 2 With GTX 1050, 1060 Options

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Microsoft has introduced a new version of its Surface Book 2, with more powerful GPUs and new Intel processors.

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Microsoft May Be Planning Price Increases for Windows 10

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A new edition of Windows 10 called Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is coming soon, and the version realignment will likely increase costs for system builders. Those costs will probably end up being passed down to consumers, too.

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Cloudflare Stream Promises Easy, Cheap Video Hosting


Cloudflare on Wednesday released the beta version of Cloudflare Stream, a new, inexpensive streaming video service. Designed for app developers who want to build businesses hosting and streaming videos, Cloudflare Stream bundles encoding, global delivery and video player software into one package. These functionalities can be separated upon request. Cloudflare wants to remove the need for users to grapple with the nuts and bolts of the technology, and to offer its service at a low price.

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Nvidia’s CEO Declares Moore’s Law Dead

Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, believes the traditional version of Moore’s Law is dead, replaced by a GPU trend he calls Hyper-Moore’s Law. He’s got a point.

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Microsoft ignites show floor with Office 2019 announcement

Microsoft has announced the next standalone version of its Office suite of software, Office 2019, will make its first public appearance in the middle of 2018 and will add a number of new features, including inking.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/09/26/microsoft-ignites-show-floor-with-office-2019-announcement.html

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Will consumers pay $1,000 (or more) for the next iPhone?

Reports indicate that the high-end version of the iPhone is likely to surpass $1,000. Following Samsung’s announcement of a high-priced phone itself, will consumers pay these costs?

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/25/will-consumers-pay-1000-or-more-for-next-iphone.html

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iOS 11 will make it impossible for cops to force you to unlock your phone

The rollout of iOS 11 is fast approaching, and with the beta version of the new update already in the hands of many testers we were bound to discover things that Apple had kept secret.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/22/ios-11-will-make-it-impossible-for-cops-to-force-to-unlock-your-phone.html

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Leaked code explains how the iPhone 8's 'Face ID' face recognition system works

About two weeks ago, Apple inadvertently posted online an uncensored version of its internal HomePod software, and developers had a field day with it since then.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/08/10/leaked-code-explains-how-iphone-8s-face-id-face-recognition-system-works.html

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