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Three information infrastructure myths debunked

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. Read More

IoT may be bigger than the internet

November 4, 2014
So now I am fascinated by the Internet of Things (IoT) and wondering: what should I do with the power of this curiosity? My first reaction is to associate the IoT with the web and mobility, since we are in fact talking about the internet. Read More

Barriers to entry for early adopters of IBM Watson

November 3, 2014
There have always existed significant barriers to entry for early adopters of any new technology. For example, all the miles of cable that needed to be run in order for the world to take advantage of the miracle of electricity. Now consider the computer: devices that were capable of processing only the most rudimentary of algorithms used to fill rooms, and were programmed using cryptic punch cards. Now the world has been introduced to IBM Watson, the first and only (as of the time of this writing) commercially available artificial cognitive intelligence. Read More

#getsimple with your data and get back to innovating

October 31, 2014
Developments in digital technology have created the deluge of information known as big data. Workers in all industries struggle to confront staggering amounts of information and return to creative and innovative work. But further technological developments in cloud-based services may be the solution to helping reap the benefits of big data without suffering the anxiety of information overload. Read More

First flashes in a new dawn with IBM Big Data & Analytics technologies

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. Read More

Smarter content now

October 29, 2014
We are living in the age of distraction. We need to absorb more information, coming at us from more different sources, than ever before. It’s creating a kind of cognitive overload that can often lead to indecisiveness and missed business opportunities. Read More

How big data analytics are reinventing IT application management

October 29, 2014
When writing software, developers typically instrument their code and use the generated logs to debug the application’s functional and non-functional issues. Read More

The “one thing”: IBM Watson Analytics

October 29, 2014
After day two at IBM Insight 2014 in Las Vegas, I am reflecting on the plethora of big data and analytics capabilities, innovations and opportunities that filled the Mandalay Bay Convention Center (which, by the way, is nearly a mile, a Read More

Sales leaders—ignore big data at your own peril

October 29, 2014
Ignoring the massive wave of new capabilities available by integrating big data analytics into your organization could be career limiting. Read More

The power of spimes

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.  Read More

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