The consolidated memory cloud will be the dominant architecture of the big data future. For enterprises and service providers trying to get closer to that vision, however, the migration path will not always be straightforward.
Leading companies across various industries are using Big Data & Analytics to uncover insights from big data to achieve significant outcomes in areas such as customer satisfaction and retention, operational efficiency, financial processes, and risk, fraud and compliance management. By giving
Scientists from IBM are collaborating with John Hopkins University and University of California, San Francisco to combat illness and infectious diseases in real-time with smarter data tools for public health by applying the latest analytic models, computing technology and mathematical skills on an
When IBM became Roland-Garros's technology partner in 1985, the future looked exciting. Amazingly, the past 28 years have delivered more innovations and more advanced technologies than we could have imagined
An injured player isn't the only one who feels the pain. The loss of a key team member can negatively impact a club's chemistry, record and fan attendance. Looking to prevent injuries before they happen, the Leicester Tigers rugby team turned to IBM predictive analytics.
IBM is enabling zoos to employ big data analytics across its data sets with the aim of driving ticket sales, enhancing the visitor experience, and increase participation and awareness of conservation initiatives. Another key priority is capitalising on conversations across social channels such as
Lake George is a headwaters lake and has a top water quality rating from New York. An ideal body of water to study due to its size and unique ecosystem, it will become home to a world-class environmental laboratory with a monitoring and prediction system, leveraging the IBM Big Data & Analytics
See for yourself how law enforcement agencies are using Big Data & Analytics to combat crime before it even happens. As cities grow, they need a better picture of where crimes are occuring - and where they were likely to occur. So they could save time and money by catching criminals in the act
Customers, prospects, employees, suppliers and competitiors all seem to have plenty to say about you - and plenty of places to say it. Understanding what people think now is great. But in today's fast-paced world, being able to see what they're likely to think and do next can be even more important
Have you ever been in a situation where you are so baffled and amazed at a process that your only response is, "Really!?!"
As in: many health care providers are still not using analytics as the basis for decision-making? Really!?!
If you're with a fan of Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers performs a