The size and complexity of data make it difficult for companies to unlock the true value of their data. IBM Information Integration Governance can improve data quality, protect sensitive data and reduce cost and risk. Free up your resources and get more out of your data.
This past summer we witnessed an incredible phenomenon seemingly capturing the world by storm: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Facebook estimates 28 million people posted about ALS between June 1 and August 28, including comments and tags. 2.4 million videos also were created on YouTube, spreading
IBM developer challenges foster collaboration that can have a worldwide impact. Developers bringing together the power of open data, Hadoop and analytics can solve huge world problems, like the current Ebola crisis.
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Chris Clark, COO of Fiberlink (an IBM company), reminds us that “mobile never stops. It runs like water, finds every crevice.” As such organizations (and CIOs) must be fully aware of potential exposures and their risks so that they can adequately protect client data and their organization as a
Andy Hayler, CEO of The Information Difference, tells us that “the average large company has six different competing sources of customer data and nine different competing sources of product data.” For companies to succeed data quality is imperative.
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SQL-on-Hadoop is a hot topic. As organizations increasingly leverage Hadoop to gain new capabilities and lower costs, it only makes sense that they would seek to leverage technologies compatible with what they have. Few technologies are as ubiquitous as the structured query language when it comes
The mobile market is continually growing with “mobile-based payments in the United States expected to reach $142 billion in volume in 2019.” With mobile comes mobile data and the grave need for security. Vijay Dheap, global product manager for IBM MobileFirst, declares that “mobile security
Supporting the social initiatives important to IBM employees and their families and friends is important to IBM. Now, big data technology is giving IBM and its people another opportunity to serve our communities and the world.
"Most companies are simply not doing enough with their data—leaving them hungry for success.” But, as John Choi, director of product management and strategy for IBM's big data portfolio, explains, that’s exactly what IBM InfoSphere BigInsights for Hadoop wants to change.
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Dirk deRoos tells us about the cost effectiveness of Hadoop. “One way that“Hadoop is being valuable to a business is in looking at what Hadoop can do that a lot of existing systems can’t do.”
Hadoop can be used as a landing zone to explore data and determine what is of value to send to the
Big data is everywhere and in everything. It’s infused in phones, cars, roads, power lines, waterways, food crates and innumerable other items you’d never think of as computers. Technology is more powerful and accessible than ever before, but there are still many civic challenges in need of
2014 marks several significant shifts in the era of big data, and business executives around the globe cannot afford to ignore them. The most significant change is that velocity is now the value driver for big data. IBM’s sixth annual analytics study finds that organizations differentiating
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Are you ready for the Big Data for Social Good Hadoop Challenge, powered by IBM + Hadoop? For this global hackathon, IBM will be working closely with City of LA, Boston and San Jose and others where participants will compete to create innovative