Kimberly Madia is a World Wide Product Marketing Manager for the IBM Big Data Portfolio, focused on InfoSphere Streams. She has been with IBM since 2001. Kimberly earned an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Allegheny College and an MBA in Strategy and Information Technology at Carnegie Mellon University. During her career at IBM, she has worked as a technical support representative and a business partner enablement manager. Currently, Kimberly is focused on developing solutions to support big data initiatives around stream computing and security intelligence. She has published numerous articles in IT publications and is a regular speaker at tradeshows, user groups and web conferences.
Worldwide Product Marketing Manager, InfoSphere Streams
April 11, 2014
The blurry line between cyber and physical security Unfortunately, no organization or county can escape security threats. Rapid urbanization, increasing strain on natural resources and evolving global terror threats are the reality.
April 4, 2014
Until recently, the growth of complex event processing (CEP) outside of the financial industry was relatively moderate, with strong activity coming from the airlines for applications such as baggage handling. However, times are changing; business models are radically shifting and the volume, variety and velocity of data to be mined for business insight is growing exponentially across a broad spectrum of industries. How then can CEP help organizations with their business process management initiatives? And how does CEP fit into bigger trends in play?
March 31, 2014
The reality is all organizations have streaming data sources they can mine for insight. Do you have a website Are you interested in becoming more social? Do you have mobile business plan? If yes, then you have a need for real-time analytics.
November 26, 2013
Did you know that next year, 2014, the number of mobile phones in the world will exceed the number of humans? Are you ready for the rise of the cell phone?
November 11, 2013
Security concerns have never been more top of mind for business leaders, consumers and governments. The proliferation of the digital age impacts all aspects of life and is radically changing the way we think about security, in both the cyber and the physical world.