Mike Brown

Michael Brown is a Research Analyst at LendEDU, a personal finance company. Michael uses, develops, and analyzes data from a variety of sources to tell a story and identify trends in the personal finance space. A graduate of the University of Delaware, Michael enjoys attending major horse racing days, hiking with his dog, and reading about Ancient Roman history in his spare time.

Should Insurance Companies Be Using Big Data?

By Mike Brown | November 6, 2018

Insurance Companies and Big Data Your lifestyle, behavior, and attitudes can affect your health, and increasingly health insurance companies are finding ways to gather that information on you. With the rise of technology, many companies are compiling data sets that

Robo-Advisors vs. Financial Advisors: What Do Millennials Prefer?

By Mike Brown | June 12, 2018

Robo-Advisors vs. Financial Advisors For technology-loving millennials, robo-advisors may seem appealing. With a robo-advisor, a portfolio is managed online by using software algorithms instead of a real person. It makes sense millennials would flock to robo-advisors, but they’re not, according

BrandPost: Four Critical Reasons for Investing in Your WAN Edge

BrandPost: Four Critical Reasons for Investing in Your WAN Edge

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Have you experienced or heard of anything similar to these anecdotes? “Tesla can’t figure out how to manage its glass ...
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Your Guide to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU

Following on the heels of DockerCon SF, the team is packing their bags and heading to Barcelona for KubeCon + ...
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Huawei responds to Android ban

Fresh off the sledgehammer blow of having its Android license revoked by Google in response to US government demands, Huawei has issued ...
France is good at launching tech startups, but not at growing them

France is good at launching tech startups, but not at growing them

“France is maybe the best place to start a company,” said Jean-Rémi Kouchakji, co-founder of PayinTech, a Paris-based fintech firm ...