Today, IBM is reinforcing its commitment to help build a safer planet with the announcement of the Safer Planet Portfolio—a robust suite of solutions for law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter fraud designed to help professionals
Big data and privacy is an ongoing conversation no matter the industry. Today, educators, analyst, parents and concerned citizens are locked in debate as educational institutions are increasingly analyzing student data including student ID card swipes, online discussion forums and grades. Today we
Data collection has rapidly moved beyond the walls of the enterprise data center. Insights for advanced business models and strategic operations are drawn from international sources that can be subject to a variety of privacy and governance regulations. What’s needed is a comprehensive, managed,
The common theme in much of this week’s public sector news that captured our attention is data privacy and protection. How can we find the balance between using big data and analytics to improve citizen life and protecting citizen data privacy? In the age where a data deluge is the new norm, how do
The Race Across America (RAAM) transcontinental U.S. ultramarathon bicycle race is a highly grueling test of endurance and fortitude. Discover how ultracyclist Dave Haase and his crew incorporate high-powered, advanced analytics into the intense training that help him go the distance in this event.
Ranchers and farmers worldwide are being called upon to expand production of food from livestock and agriculture to meet the needs of a growing population. Discover how GrowSafe Systems using sustainability and deep analytics to intensify crop and livestock systems.
In a recently published IBM Institute for Business Value whitepaper, a team of internal consultants discusses real examples of analytics projects at IBM. Lessons learned from these projects have led to a framework of four critical best practices that can help any organization build a solid
Part eight of this series offers recommendations and practical actions for using data and analytics that organizations need to take when striving for rapid action. Here, part nine examines the final step necessary to create the speed to action businesses demand today. That demand is action—acting
C-level executives often wonder why the work to resolve complex problems seems to never get done while the organization clearly has the data science talent at hand. Skill sets alone often don’t cut it; the key to problem solving is matching the DNA of the problem to the DNA of fit-for-purpose
Compared to other industries, banking is experiencing a lag in transforming to digitized commerce. See how banking institutions can use advanced analytics to adapt to an individual-centered economy in which consumers expect and demand a seamless banking experience.
Net Promoter Scores often reveal levels of customer dissatisfaction with communications service providers. Discover two advanced analytics solutions from IBM that enable innovative analysis for keen insight into the customer experience.