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Business Analytics at IOD 2013

Now that Information On Demand is out of Vegas (and transforming into IBM Insight for 2014) we take a look back at the wealth of great posts, videos and more from the 2013 Business Analytics forum.

BA for everyone

Engage with the IOD 2013 Business Leadership Forum

Rewind Information On Demand 2013 to discover the stories from the Business Leadership Forum that you may have missed in the hurry of event week.

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Watch Information On Demand 2013, on demand!

View the Information On Demand Livestream for great replays of the week's sessions and visit IOD on YouTube for interviews, video chats and interesting clips!

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Experience IOD on YouTube

The Best of Information Management

As you bid farewell to Information On Demand 2013, take a look at the fantastic blogs, videos, pictures and more from the Information Management forum.

All IM, all the time

Top Content from the Enterprise Content Management Forum

Information On Demand 2013 may be over, but never fear- we're still bringing you all the best from ECM.

Dive in!

Use big data appliances to the fullest extent with in-database analytics and data mining

November 5, 2013 by Tommy Eunice

Data Scientists and Database Administrators (DBAs) don't work together often- this is unfortunate. The synergy between advanced analytics and large scale databases is hugely valuable to analysts. The analysts want lots of data to analyze and the big databases hold all that data.

Finding big data and analysis in untapped sources

November 5, 2013 by Colleen Burns

Sometimes your most valuable data is right in front of you. Want to know the easiest way around the conference and the best way to engage socially? Lloyd and Charles dish out some great advice, and a dose a common sense.

Migrating from your overwhelmed data warehouse

November 5, 2013 by David Birmingham

When migrating into Netezza, it’s often on the leading edge of a Proof-of-Concept where technical gladiators have thrilled the spectators and have strongly set expectations for future victories. The principals and users want it up and running, you know, yesterday. This is nothing compared to the drama about to unfold as we attempt to move the old information from its current fortress, surrounded by moats (firewalls) and technology with the deliberate role of keeping the data from leaving all-at-once.

Tuesday General Session - Bonus Content

November 5, 2013 by David Pittman

Day 2 General Session: Big Data & Analytics in Action Speakers 

PureData System for Hadoop session recap

November 5, 2013  |  Length: 3:16

Prashant Juttukonda, IBM Product Manager for Netezza Big Data, provides a quick recap of his recent Information On Demand session on IBM PureData System for Hadoop.To learn more about PureData for Hadoop be sure to stop by the EXPO hall to get a demo of the system.

PureSystems enables speed, simplicity and confidence

November 5, 2013 by Tiffany Winman

PureSystems highlights at IBM IOD on Monday. Special focus on science, health care, PureData for Hadoop, PureData for Transactions and PureApplication

My personal cheatsheet: IBM IOD 2013 day one announcements

November 5, 2013 by James Kobielus

IBM Information on Demand (IOD) is always an overwhelming experience. It can be hard to wrap your head around all the announcements we roll out on day one. It's even hard for we IBM-ers.

The new Content Navigator: A superior tool

November 5, 2013 by Darice Bailer

Ian Story was getting a little hoarse at the EXPO Center Sunday night.

Using big data to solve real world problems

November 5, 2013 by Branavan Ganesan

Here at IOD, the Monday opening session showed case study after case study where this massive influx of information was analyzed to create human achievements and results. 

How are leaders using analytics?

November 4, 2013 by Tina Groves

When the IBM Institute of Business Value (IBV) published its annual analytics study this year, "Analytics: A blueprint for value," 19% of respondents self-identified as "substantially outperforming their market or industry peers."  When this group was compared to other respondents, the IBV identified nine levers which differentiated the behaviour of these leaders: Culture, Data, Expertise, Funding, Measurement, Platform, Source of Value, Sponsorship and Trust.

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