Delaney develops programs that help forward thinkers within IBM Software develop their social media eminence through content and comments, listening and shares. He also maintains several IBM social media properties that showcase the ways in which IBM works with partners and clients to improve outcomes on our rapidly emerging Smarter Planet. He's also an alumnus of the IBM Corporate Service Corps. In previous roles, he's been a core content contributor and brand builder for marquee product launches and press events for clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. You can follow him via @DTurnerBlogs.
November 12, 2013
13 assets to help you Win Big with big data and analytics in your own organizations. Feel free to share, download, consult, read and watch them all in the coming weeks and months.
November 6, 2013
A collection of wit and wisdom from IBM executives, customers and distinguished engineers compiled throughout the week. Each provides a link to more details. Enjoy!
November 5, 2013
IBM's Jeff Jonas and David Becker of the Pew Chariable Trusts show how big data and analytics streamlines and increases voter registration.
November 4, 2013
Organizations must address three key imperatives to drive increased success with big data and analytics.
November 4, 2013
Trust, talent and technology are essential to win big in the new era of computing and on the opening day of Information On Demand 2013 attendees saw IBM delivering on all three.
October 30, 2013
Check this list for some helpful suggestions on what to pack, where to go and how to connect and Information On Demand 2013.
October 12, 2013
How do CIOs free up more money to invest, innovate and deliver?
October 9, 2013
Smart Machines will deliver more benefit than harm to a CIO's career until at least 2020, Gartner hypothesizes, but CIOs should exercise care in how they introduce them into their organizations, said Gartner VP and Fellow Tom Austin.
October 8, 2013
Gartner VP and Fellow Mark Raskino presented that scenario in a session entitled "Every Industry will be Digitally Remastered." With equal parts excitement and urgency, Raskino reeled of dozens of examples of how digitization is remaking products and services as everyday, as unassuming and as seemingly impervious to disruption as golf balls, pizza delivery, window cleaning and cigarettes.