Despite the obvious and potential benefits for public agencies to move their IT services to cloud-based infrastructure, many are understandably reluctant to be an early adopter, which some believe potentially puts data at risk. Despite that reluctance, see why many public agencies, including law
The application of analytics and capturing information inside business documents can lead to all sorts of information for running smarter, faster and highly competitive businesses. Take a look at a few examples of how a workflow can dramatically change where and how information is collected and
Some experts have it that tens of thousands of devices are running buildings, power plants and other infrastructure in the US, and they are all connected to and part of the Internet of things (IoT). This connectivity produces many efficiencies, yet it brings the risk and fear of cybersecurity
The proliferation of illegal, nonprescription drugs in towns and cities across the US continues to be a major headache for law enforcement because of criminal behavior closely tied to the illicit drug trade. Discover six key points of knowledge gained by a real-life application of IBM SPSS
Sensitive information comes in many forms of nonpublic and personally identifiable information. How do organizations protect this information from attacks, fraud, threats and other nefarious activities? Get insights from cybersecurity expert, Erik Rasmussen, who offers details about the nature of
Governments are increasingly moving away from a one-size-fits-all model toward more personalized governing, where public services are tailored to meet the needs of residents. This type of governance is built on a firm understanding of citizens' needs, information that is best gathered directly.
Does enterprise IT in the government sector need to be so complex? Maybe not. Find out how advancements in cloud computing, open data initiatives and valuable lessons learned from smartphones and the app store model can transform analytics workloads in enterprise IT for government agencies.
Graph database technology powered by open source initiatives is helping fraud detection units catch intruders in the act of breaching data security. Tune in for an enlightening discussion of how modern approaches to analytics are bringing descriptive and predictive analytics together to help stop
Automobiles are increasingly morphing into smart cars because of highly advanced computer systems. And this enhanced technology opens new vulnerabilities making cars susceptible to hacking. Malware and viruses uploaded to a vehicle’s onboard computer can create malfunctions, disable components or,
The travel industry is undergoing a seismic evolution, based in large part on disruptive technologies fueled by data and analytics. Two key trends causing these paradigm changes are location services and intelligent mobility.
Fraudulent activities made against Medicare, Medicaid and health insurance organizations are rampant. And because they are committed against governmental social services organizations, they cost US taxpayers huge sums of money. One way to identify and fight against this kind of fraud is combining
As the world continues to grow increasingly interconnected by Internet of Things sensors and big data technology, new targets for hackers emerge. One target on the horizon is the automobile. Can we protect the next wave of automobile innovation from nefarious hacking? See what five experts in
An alarming rise in traffic fatalities across the US requires innovative approaches to reduce casualties and make the nation’s highways and streets safer for all. Take a look at six key ways a state law enforcement agency is using predictive analytics to prevent accidents and save lives.