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Emily Cotter

Emily Cotter is a Marketing and Communications Coordinator for IBM's Information Management group. She is a member of the Information Management Social Media Team in which she plays a role in helping to monitor and manage several social channels, including those for IBM Netezza, IBM big data and Information On Demand 2012. During her time with IBM, she has gained a strong interest in social and promotional strategy.

What's New on Big Data?

February 8, 2013 | by Emily Cotter
What's new on big data within the last two weeks? A lot of great content has been added to the Big Data Hub on all different topics and solutions. Catch up on some of the items you may have missed! Blogs Find out where Hadoop fits in a business intelligence data strategy from IBM's Tina Grove by...

What's New on Big Data?

January 25, 2013 | by Emily Cotter
Did you resolve to learn more about big data in 2013? Boost your learning by checking out some new resources you may have missed on IBM Data Magazine. Some of our very own Big Data Hub authors have published pieces on big data topics and solutions.

The Role of Data Quality in a Big Data Environment

November 12, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
How can we ensure the quality of big data? Big data, in its constant growth, relies on massive volumes of data that come from inconsistent sources, with ambiguous lineage and uncertain data currency. This has created one of the greatest challenges in today's big data environments. Integrating...

The Simple Appliance for Serious Analytics

October 22, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
Be sure to access this week's featured webcast - “The Simple Appliance for Serious Analytics.” - on IBM’s Big Data Virtual Event Center. Just 15-minutes in length - the webcast highlights IBM's comprehensive portfolio of data warehousing and analytics solutions.   Attendees will learn how IBM’s...

Gain Real-Time Insights with Data in Motion

October 15, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
This week's featured webcast on the IBM Big Data Virtual Event Center aims to teach you how to “Gain Real-Time Insights with Data in Motion.” This educational, 15-minute webcast will bring you through the world of high-performance computing possibilities with InfoSphere Streams.   Learn how this...

Turning Large Volumes and Varieties of Data into Big Insight

October 8, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
This week's featured webcast on the IBM Big Data Virtual Event Center is focused on “Turning Large Volumes and Varieties of Data into Big Insight.” This informational, 15-minute webcast explores how IBM InfoSphere BigInsights uses the power of Hadoop to manage large volumes of both structured and...

How Will You Put Big Data to Work For You?

October 1, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
How will you put big data to work for you? Begin your big data initiatives by exploring IBM's Big Data Virtual Event Center! Hear from a keynote speaker, visit different booths featuring different IBM solutions and learn how IBM is bringing big data to the enterprise…all at a time and place that’s...

"Why Static Stinks" - podcast overview

September 7, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
How can organizations understand the trends of each individual consumer? In a recent podcast, Tom Deutsch program director of IBM's Big Data Portfolio, spoke with IBM's social media lead for big data, David Pittman, on how big data technologies can improve the “market of one” between businesses and...

Overview of “Comparing Complex Event Processing and Stream Computing - Why Should You Care?” Talking Big Data podcast

August 29, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
In this “Talking Big Data” podcast, IBM's product manager of InfoSphere Streams, Roger Rea, spoke with IBM's social media lead for big data, David Pittman, on complex event processing and stream computing, and discussed whether or not these terms are interchangeable. Rea first dives into defining...

Overview of 'Fail is Not a Four-Letter Word' podcast - Talking Big Data

August 28, 2012 | by Emily Cotter
“If at first you don't succeed...” Remember, that fail is not a four-letter word. In this “Talking Big Data” podcast, IBM's program director of the Big Data Portfolio, Tom Deutsch, speaks with IBM's social media lead for big data, David Pittman, on his encounters with IBM customers engaged in big...

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