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
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.
This week's guest is Will Wyatt, Director of Business Intelligence Computing Services at Abilene Christian University. He talks with Susan Bearden and Lucy Gray about data and analytics use cases for education, including empowering faculty self-reporting and helping students with institutional data.
William McKnight is founder of McKnight Consulting Group, which focuses on helping clients solve business problems using proven, streamlined approaches in information management. He is also the author of a new book titled, "Information Management: Strategies for Gaining a Competitive Advantage with
Cloud, mobile, security, analytics and big data are all significant issues for IT organizations, and the landscape of each issue is rapidly evolving. While it’s difficult for organizations of all sizes to keep up with the changes, it’s especially challenging for small and midsize companies. Brian
If you take a quick glance at any technology publication (and many business publications as well) you will likely see some reference to real-time. There’s real-time customer service, real-time marketing, real-time analytics and the list goes on. But what does real time mean? Is there a standard
Conceptually, big data can be difficult for people to understand. If they can't fully understand it, then it's difficult for them to see how it fits into their strategic IT plans. To help explain the concepts behind big data and its place in IT infrastructure, IBM has developed a "Zone Architecture
In a recent article published on Information Age, Richard Lee said there is much discussion these days about data privacy and security, but precious little about trust. He expressed concern: "Trust is hard to achieve, easy to lose and almost impossible to regain." Richard joined us to discuss how
Sifting through the noise to find the signal in big data - the information that yields the most value to your analysis. That was the key point in this podcast between Claudia Imhoff, president of Intelligent Solutions and founder of Boulder BI Brain Trust, and David Corrigan, director of product
In the last of a three-part series, Mike Ferguson, an independent analyst with Intelligent Business, and David Corrigan, director of product marketing for IBM InfoSphere and Information Integration and Governance, discussed how to build confidence in big data. This segment looks at agile data
Mike Ferguson, an independent analyst with Intelligent Business, and David Corrigan, director of product marketing for IBM InfoSphere and Information Integration and Governance, talked recently about how to build confidence in big data. In this segment, they delved into context: how to visualize
Mike Ferguson, an independent analyst with Intelligent Business Strategies, talked with David Corrigan, director of product marketing for IBM InfoSphere and Information Governance about how to raise confidence in big data. They focused their conversation around automated integration – the ability
When organizations don't have trust in their data, they don't act upon it. With more companies looking to use big data to get richer insights, the question of "Can I trust these data?" arises more frequently. David Corrigan, director of product marketing for IBM InfoSphere, talks about how good