Database Management

The unique role of big data and analytics in India

Breathing life into India's economy

December 22, 2014
In India big data is fueling the growth economy of the emerging nation. In order to fully understand this growth, big data has to be viewed as more of an enabler than just a technical paradigm. Read More

Big data for business in 2015

December 16, 2014
The competitive landscape in business has been data. But what's changing in 2015? Read More

Closing the web app data security gap

Dynamic data masking for web applications

December 15, 2014
The rigidity of web application security controls have left companies vulnerable to data breach. How can companies ensure they aren’t leaving themselves open to attack while maintaining secure web application data to protect privacy and support compliance? Read More

Bringing big data analytics to rural and community hospitals

CPSI, TruBridge and IBM

December 1, 2014
Big data analytics aren’t just for big organizations or big cities. In fact big data analytics can be especially useful when the data in question is diffuse—spread out over a number of small facilities and then aggregated to identify trends and patterns that might otherwise be overlooked. Read More

Cognitive computing: Programming the artificial mind

November 20, 2014
When you want to take artificial intelligence out of the realm of imagination and poetry, and bring it squarely into practical reality, you need computational tools. The tools need to help your cognitive application developers write the leanest models possible. Developers need frameworks, languages and libraries for building and tuning neural networks and other cognitive constructs for most efficient parallel processing of individual data inputs and the outputs of the nodes within a vast artificial neural network. You can acquire these tools from various sources, such as IBM Watson Developer Cloud. And there are as many approaches for building computational applications that learn from data and automate cognitive processes as there are for building traditional application logic. Read More

Powering operational efficiency with IBM Informix TimeSeries

November 19, 2014
How do you streamline operations of a combined cycle power plant consisting of boilers, ACCs, gas and steam turbines, water treatment plants and more that supplies power to 22 percent of a state in Malaysia?  Read More

The importance of asking the right questions

November 14, 2014
Each time I am called upon to consult with a business, I ask the same question: “What is your ultimate goal with this project?” Often it is to increase sales via correctly identifying their potential audience or customers. Read More

The Internet of Things and Informix

Exclusive session highlights from Insight 2014

November 13, 2014
There was no shortage of information about Informix and the Internet of Things at IBM Insight 2014. Multiple sessions from such speakers as Fred Ho, chief technologist for Informix Warehouse at IBM, and Lalitha Krishnamoorthy, program director for Informix engineering at IBM, covered everything from implementation, to data management, to what the future holds. With additional support from hands-on floor demos and visualizations, the Internet of Things was brought to life. Read More

Bust myths to gain insights and make data work for you

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. Read More

Make data work—Know more, faster

November 5, 2014
All the data in the world isn't helpful unless you put it to use. Employees spend countless hours just pulling data together and making sense of it. We set out to close the data divide between those that are able to put data to work, and those that aren’t. Our cloud-born data services provide data professionals and application developers the unique ability to turn data into readily available fuel for their organizations—all anyone else has to do is choose how to apply it.  Read More

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