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.
Implementing advanced analytics practices in the government sector can be particularly challenging because of infrastructure and software, security, agility and internal human obstacles. But there is a way to bring the community closer to analytics-driven government and to leave behind the
The Vodafone Connected City advanced mobile communications solution is helping small cities begin reaping the benefits of mobile technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) by connecting and monitoring city infrastructure. Discover how this winning combination can help your small city achieve big
Before the San Jose, California version of Strata + Hadoop World fades from memory, check out these five key experiences that highlighted this conference for data scientists, data engineers, developers and other IT professionals.
There may be more bytes of data than there are stars in the universe, but the Internet of Things is as practical and down-to-earth as it gets. Discover how becoming an IoT-enabled business can help you harness the power of data for you and your customers.
In this episode of the Open for Data podcast, join Joe McKendrick in exploring the role of cloud computing in reshaping the global business environment — and find out how open source initiatives are driving that change.
Cloud-based open source databases offer developers agility, but quite often no single database can meet all their needs. See how adopting a multi-database strategy empowers developers to build web and mobile applications quickly and economically without the cost and distractions that come with
Never has the impossibility of a one-size-fits-all solution been more apparent in computing than in the field of data warehousing. Instead of trying to shoehorn data into a data warehousing solution so general as to be ineffectual, look to hybrid capabilities to supply answers tailored to your data
IBM and The Weather Company are combining business data, weather data and data from the Internet of Things (IoT) to transform enterprise decision making. Learn more about leveraging weather data in your industry.
Seems like not log ago service-oriented architecture (SOA) was all the rage. What happened to it? Where did it go? Take a look at one perspective that connects a line of ancestry for microservices architecture and imminent edge-oriented, big data analytics microservices from the SOA era.
Busy executives that need to make vital business or investment decisions don’t want to wait for days or weeks for an answer to a question they put to analysts or receive incomplete information or analysis with spurious results. Fortunately, analysts today can access cloud-based data services that
Today, IBM Cloud Data Services is announcing that we’re officially open for data. Our new range of cloud-based tools is designed squarely to address not only the challenges of the modern enterprise, but also the new breed of data handlers driving the enterprise forward.
Modern cloud solutions for analytics and information management will play a significant role in enabling and simplifying self-service access to the right data at the right time by all those who need it and have a right to use it. But this approach will require a process led by a strategy that takes