Analytics

TED@IBM: Reimagining our world

August 20, 2014
IBM is coming together with TED to host a first-of-its-kind event exploring ideas, insights and personal stories with a broad cross-section of IBM clients, partners, friends and IBMers. At this event, I will be speaking on IBM's big data approach to engagement analytics, and how it can only be successfully achieved by implementing a privacy by design methodology. Read More

Privacy and social experimentation

August 15, 2014
“When people use a service for free, they are de facto lab rats for market researchers.” This is one of the responses to the Facebook social experimentation revelations that makes more sense than much of the hyperbolic ones that are saturating all forms of media at the moment. Read More

The big data jungle is coming to Vegas

August 14, 2014
In the world of big data, the elephant is king. Hadoop, whose elephant logo has become the face of big data, has been joined in the big data jungle by many friends: Pig, Jaql and even a ZooKeeper to keep them all in line. The entire big data jungle will be making a trip to Las Vegas in October for the world’s largest big data conference: IBM Insight. Read More

Insight 2014: Preparing you to seize this moment

August 13, 2014
Your organization is likely experiencing your own transformation, including learning how to operate effectively in an environment characterized by high-velocity, high-volume flows of data, plus raised expectations on all fronts, from customer satisfaction to operational efficiency, financial performance, transparency and risk mitigation. If you want to be prepared to make the most of this moment in your industry, in your organization and in your personal career, be sure to join us at IBM Insight October 26 through 30 in Las Vegas. Read More

A journey to Hadoop: How my vacation planning can improve government efficiency

August 8, 2014
This blog discusses the value of Hadoop for government and how forward-thinking agencies are using it. Read More

Wearables driving real-time actionable analytics into the modern lifestyle

August 7, 2014
Wearable devices are becoming central to the modern lifestyle. These new devices will be among the first places where users originate personal data. They will also become the ultimate membrane where people consume the big data-driven personalized guidance being delivered from the cloud. In the process of supporting myriad roles in users' lives, wearables will almost certainly cache working data sets that push more deeply into big data territory in terms of their volumes, velocities and varieties. Nevertheless, under any likely scenario, individuals' personal data clouds will undoubtedly hold far more on the volume side of the equation than people store locally today. Read More

Analytics Across the Enterprise: An interview with the authors

August 6, 2014
Analytics Across the Enterprise is a new book authored by IBM analytics practitioners Dr. Brenda L. Dietrich, Dr. Emily C. Plachy and Maureen Fitzgerald Norton that details IBM’s past and present leadership in business analytics. Read More

Big Data & Analytics Heroes: Suresh Sidhu

August 5, 2014
Suresh Sidhu, chief corporate and operations officer at Celcom Axiata Berhad and this week’s Big Data & Analytics Hero, shares insights on how they guided Celecom to be “a leader definitely in…market and possibly the most interesting [telecommunications company] out there today.” Read More

An industry vertical analysis: Healthcare and big data

July 30, 2014
This new series covers big data adoption across multiple industrial sectors, as well as the defining big data elements and anomalies prevalent across each sector.  Read More

Big Data & Analytics Heroes: Nigel Hook

July 29, 2014
Nigel Hook, CEO at DataSkill and this week’s IBM Big Data and Analytics Hero, declares that they “are looking to use the new cognitive computing to really differentiate their customer’s ability to drive revenue.” He discusses how companies can really understand their patients and ultimately their customers to impact revenues. Read More

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