Do you know how often you are using the cloud every single day? In part one of our discussion with IBM Fellow Sam Lightstone, learn about cloud computing and why it is increasingly important in our data-driven world. Also, learn alternatives to loading private data to the cloud, data movement, and
Michael Springgay, IBM STSM, Db2 Data Warehouse Development, and Rajani Maindiratta, IBM Senior Manager, Db2 Data Warehouse on Cloud Development for Load, share their experiences moving data for customers big and small. What are the options for data movement and what is the impact of cloud?
IBM Watson and financial services go hand in hand at IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016. Tune into this podcast to hear Jim Gahagan, Kim Minor and Susan Visser discuss the banking, insurance and wealth management sessions available at IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 that serve as your guides
Tune in to hear IBM’s David Jenness and mobile development expert Matt Brooke-Smith describe the enterprise content management (ECM) sessions you’ll want to attend during IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 as you take your ECM capabilities into the mobile arena.
In this insightful discussion between IBM’s Toby Bell and IBM Analytics cloud solutions and services leader Roger Letalien, learn what IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 has to offer you as you move your enterprise content management capabilities forward into the cloud.
When modern law enforcement agencies require the ability to do advanced analytics in an environment of mobility and collaboration, they are increasingly relying on cloud capabilities. Learn why in this discussion between Morgan Wright and experts from IBM and Microsoft.
This podcast features Doug Thompson, executive architect, Information Governance and master data management (MDM), at IBM, who discusses the various factors that make data integration challenging and how one can overcome them. Thompson also shares his views on hybrid- and cloud-based data
Has your business adopted a hybrid analytics architecture as part of its quest to compete? Listen as Martin Fleming, IBM’s chief analytics officer and chief economist, explains why doing data analytics on the cloud is creating opportunities for modern businesses, and be sure to take notes as he
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, 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
Databases have been around for decades, but suddenly there’s renewed interest in database technology. Nancy Hensley, director of marketing and strategy for databases and database systems at IBM, joined the show to explain what is happening in the industry to drive this interest. She also described
Cloud computing is gaining momentum, and for good reason. Some people consider it for overall IT cost savings, others are drawn to the promise of reduced capital expense and other people are looking to solve pressing IT issues. Kimberly Madia, product marketing manager for IBM big data, joined us