It seems that everyone these days is interested in big data: using more data, more quickly and making better decisions from it. How does your company interact with data? Or, more specifically, how do business users interact with data?
Data is at the core of everything we do, and it's growing in importance daily. The new role of chief data officer has limitless opportunities for growth and mastery.
Chief data officers at the CDO Summit in San Francisco gave a first hand perspective on some of their responsibilities, challenges
David Corrigan, director of IBM Infosphere product marketing, tells of using information in healthcare to intervene up to 24 hours earlier for serious illnesses. "Streaming analytics and stream computing offers a tremendous cost advantage when you are actually landing a huge volume of information
Phillippe Chartier, information delivery team lead at Canadian National Railway and this week's Big Data & Analytics Hero, tells us how they used to rely on monthly data reports, but now they operate more efficiently—in near real time—with predictive analytics. Canadian national Railway applies
Mike Gualtieri, principal analyst at Forester Research, declares that, “consumers want to be treated like royalty.” This seems like a tall order. However, with all the data that customers share about themselves, the business that can quickly capture, analyze and act on this data “just in time, all
In today’s fast-paced and information-driven business environment, big data makes the world go around. Being competitive means finding a way to quickly turn massive amounts of information into actionable data. In-memory computing can be a difficult task to negotiate, especially with the time it
Data is emerging as the world’s newest natural resource and the basis for a new kind of competitive advantage. Yet, for many organizations, the increasing volume, variety and influx of data is straining their IT infrastructures—traditional infrastructure was never designed to handle the magnitude
How is this safari guide so well informed in regards to the white rhinoceros? Like researchers and environmentalists, he’s been given valuable insight through IBM InfoSphere Streams. And it’s more than just general knowledge about this endangered beast—it’s powerful information and insight that
Research shows that "80% of the data about a patient is unstructured." Nigel Hook, CEO and Founder, DataSkill, tells the story of how IBM BlueMix enables DataSkill to bring cognitive computing to healthcare clients, so they can gain a better understanding of patients through unstructured data.
IBM InfoSphere BigInsights gives Hadoop the enterprise-level muscle it needs to be a more powerful solution delivering security, performance and governance. To learn more about IBM InfoSphere BigInsights for Hadoop, download the Forrester Wave Report today.
Without modernization techniques it's becoming increasingly difficult for businesses to manage their data warehouses effectively. Today's data load demands Hadoop and modern warehouse technologies, including appliances and in-memory. Ani Worlikar, Program Director for big data solutions at IBM,
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Roger Rea is on the hunt for the elusive black swan. Much like a cyber attacker, the black swan blends in, stays one move ahead and looks for its time to strike with a good prank. But Roger Rea is warming up to the black swan’s game; he’s learned that simply tracking where the black swan has been,