November 21, 2014
In 2014, there were several important shifts that occurred in the world of big data that business executives around the globe cannot afford to ignore. These shifts are outlined in the new IBM Institute for Business Value study “Analytics: The speed advantage - Why data-driven organizations are winning the race in today’s marketplace.” This is part one in a multi-part series in easy to consume bites focused on the findings and insights from this study.
November 18, 2014
“Just the facts ma’am” worked well for Joe Friday in the 1950s, however, in our big data world (where factoids pop up at incredible speeds, often with little warning) we need big data technology to help us bring the right context and act in the business moment. You can make big data make sense and discern which facts are relevant to you with IBM Context-Aware Stream Computing.
November 17, 2014
The case is clear: the faster you can turn raw data into intelligent insight, the quicker you can get ahead of your competitors.
November 14, 2014
IT infrastructure—it's at the core of everything we do and who we are. Imagine a world without infrastructure: humans would be amorphous blobs, buildings would crumble, cities would be chaos. But, luckily for us, infrastructure does exist and it is the cornerstone of business.
November 10, 2014
Data is the new natural resource, and those who can harness it will be leaders. But, there are many myths about how to make data work for an organization. During the Information Management Keynote at Insight 2014, IBM busts these myths. In her post, Harriet Fryman, vice president of Information Management at IBM, shares highlights and her perspective on how to make data work for you and your company.
November 4, 2014
The Information Management keynote session at IBM Insight 2014 brought new product offerings, memorable stories and answers to some common information infrastructure myths.
October 30, 2014
At Wednesday morning’s IBM Insight general session, IBM revealed hugely exciting new advancements they’ve been making in big data and analytics technologies.
October 29, 2014
During a recent keynote, one of IBM’s Executive IT Architects, Phil Tetlow, explored the concept of spimes. A term originally coined by author Bruce Sterling, spimes refers to an object that can be tracked through space and time. Phil discusses the importance of spimes, and how organizations can use the associated data to achieve competitive advantage.
October 24, 2014
2014 marks several significant shifts in the era of big data, and business executives around the globe cannot afford to ignore them. The most significant change is that velocity is now the value driver for big data. IBM’s sixth annual analytics study finds that organizations differentiating themselves with speed-driven data and analytics practices can significantly impact business performance and competitive position.
October 23, 2014
The average organization loses $3.2 million to data breaches, up 15% from 2013. It's time to blend log analysis, real-time and predicative analytics to enable a new big data security analytics strategy.