Google Alerts — The Ultimate Tool

I used to use to subscribe to RSS Feeds of some of my most favourite websites and read the updated happily without bothering to go on to each of the favourite websites everyday.

After sometime, I found ***Google Alerts***.

Its an awesome tool. I have subscribed to some more than 100 Google Alerts – keywords and Google once a day sends me an email stating all possible world wide web based updates about the topic. I have now a separate email address dedicated to Google Alerts.

Best Open Source Big Data Analytics Software Tools for 2021

Getting smarter is always a good thing & making informed decisions and capitalizing on inefficiencies and opportunities have always been crucial components of getting ahead of the pack in commerce.

Analyzing data, especially in a business intelligence context, has become a norm, so much so that it’s diffusing to the masses. Community-driven solutions are no longer just creeping into the marketplace, but are legitimate alternatives to proprietary ones, with thousands of users and contributors backing their infrastructure.

There is a common misperception that open source means free. While this is true in many, if not most, cases, it isn’t a direct synonym.

Open source software simply means that the source code is available and editable by the end-user. They are allowed to copy, modify and redistribute it as they see fit, depending on the license given by the creator.

So what makes them more appealing than a proprietary option?

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