On this episode of Making Data Simple, we change gears as our guest Daniel (Danny) Hernandez, VP Analytics Offering Management, interviews host, Albert V Martin, VP of Hybrid Platform Development and Client Success. Learn how to create a long-lasting relationship with clients, the difference
As the information age matures, data has become the most powerful resource enterprises have at their disposal. Learn how to leverage a trusted analytics foundation to achieve all your insight-driven goals.
A look into how machine learning and deep learning techniques can impact the way companies implement metadata discovery and business term assignments using the IBM Unified Governance & Integration platform.
To accelerate its journey to AI, a data-driven organization needs a trusted data foundation that empowers information stakeholders. Stakeholders need the ability to discover, understand, integrate, analyze, govern and self-serve structured and unstructured data — on premises, on cloud, and hybrid
Rather than worry about your future performance, work to be the best today. The rest will follow. Seize the opportunity to respond to customers in the moment, rather than react too late. That way, everyone benefits.
On this special episode, we sit down and talk to one of the Db2 legends, Matt Huras, Chief Architect for Db2 LUW, an IBM Master Inventor with 54 granted U.S. patents, a prolific public speaker and member of the International Db2 Users Group Hall of Fame. He reflects on retiring from IBM, the key
In part two of our podcast episode on Blockchain, Soma Shekar (Software Architect, IBM Analytics) discusses the enterprise application of blockchain in Master Data Management - going beyond blockchain application in cryptocurrency.
Building on the success of the IBM Chief Data Officer Strategy Summit Fall 2017, the IBM Chief Data Officer Summit Spring 2018 took place 1 - 2 May in San Francisco. We've collected a full social recap in the below Twitter Moment, as well as interviews and keynote videos for you to peruse.
For years, the relational database has been the stalwart backbone of organizational operations. Its set structure of rows and columns is perfectly suited to capture the data being generated from daily transactions reliably and efficiently.
By 2025, there will be 180 trillion gigabytes of data in the world, compared to only 10 trillion gigabytes in 2015. Of this, 90 percent will be unstructured, which is why many organizations are adopting open source data lake technologies such as Apache Hadoop to handle this expanding volume and
Each insight is useful for only a limited amount of time, so organizations that don’t closely track their insights’ shelf lives may be making poor decisions because of outdated information. Learn how to fix this.