Open source is a disruptor that never quits. It seems to be penetrating and transforming every aspect of established data, analytics and application ecosystems. In this podcast, recorded at IBM InterConnect 2016, listen to David Taieb, a cloud data services developer advocate at IBM, share his
Metadata and governance might not have a long history of setting hearts ablaze, but those who are recognizing their importance to self-service are looking to metadata to help organizations fully leverage a wide range of assets across the business. In this InsightOut podcast, IBM Analytics CTO Tim
Open source is a disruptor that never quits, and it seems to be penetrating and transforming every aspect of established data, analytics and application ecosystems. In this podcast, recorded at IBM InterConnect 2016, listen to Kamille Nixon, portfolio marketing manager at IBM, share her expert
In a podcast recorded at IBM InterConnect 2016, Roger Strukhoff, executive director, Tau Institute for Global ICT Research, shares his expert perspective on how open source initiatives are transforming the Internet Of Things.
In this episode of the Open for Data podcast, join Joe McKendrick in exploring the role of cloud computing in reshaping the global business environment — and find out how open source initiatives are driving that change.
Open source initiatives are reshaping the face of data science, bringing data professionals together to achieve previously infeasible goals. In this podcast, discover how the data science landscape is changing, transforming established business approaches to data.
Keep the insights coming from IBM InterConnect 2016 with this episode of the Open for Data podcast, in which Adrian Bowles of RTInsights shares his perspective on what open source initiatives mean for big data analytics.
Organizations have a tool to address the multiple challenges faced by their knowledge workers: multispeed information technology. In this podcast, get an overview of multispeed IT and details on how businesses can implement it rapidly and cost-effectively.
Host Bob Stasio and guest Shahid Shah discuss cybersecurity with an eye to medical devices and their regulatory environment, pinpointing ways for medical software and device vendors to heighten security.
IBM has a long and successful history with open source, from running Linux on IBM PCs to contributing initial codebase for Eclipse. We believe a mix of open source and closed source is the best way to drive adoption in the marketplace. Having the full support of a vendor like IBM can lower risk
Big Data without analytics is just data, but how do you perform the analytics? Christy Maver, product marketing manager for InfoSphere BigInsights, answers that question and gives examples of how in-Hadoop analytics are changing the game.
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Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, the editor and publisher of KDnuggets.com, and a well-known expert in business analytics, data mining and data science, joined David Pittman to talk about that mix and the elusive “data scientist unicorn.”