Openness was a common refrain at Insight 2015, and the opportunities of open systems, technologies and the IBM analytics platform are abundant. Check out some observations from the conference and a few shining examples from its demo center.
Insight 2015 has been a one-of-a-kind experience, treating attendees to an in-depth look at how cloud technology can drive continuous innovation in their industries. Hybrid solutions are the order of the day in data management, and Insight attendees are leading the way.
From retrospective to predictive to prescriptive analytics, healthcare organizations are embarking on analytics journeys to enhance medical outcomes and create cost efficiencies. Where are you on your healthcare analytics journey?
Criminals today are much more agile than ever and have moved from picking pockets to picking our private data and wreaking havoc on governments, hospitals and schools. Are we as citizens to blame with our oversharing of data and demand for connected devices? Law enforcement needs to employ
Game show contestant, medical science researcher and now a legal assistant, IBM Watson continues to expand its cognitive talents into a wide range of professions. Discover why even Watson’s gaffs offer tremendous potential for enhancing tough legal decisions.
Thanks to big data and analytics, the public sector has made great strides in a short time. See for yourself how much progress has been accomplished, and find out how you can take advantage of these advances.
Explore the IBM i2 Summit for a Safer Planet in pictures taken from general and breakout sessions. Experts in various security-related fields—including law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter-fraud—gathered to discuss new, more
Apache Spark is exploding as a worldwide phenomenon since its origin in the Silicon Valley area of California. Find out just who widespread its adoption has grown in a survey of global examples, a wide array of community participations and upcoming event opportunities.
The battle of privacy versus data and analytics continues to rage in the public sector. The axiom “all human beings have three lives: public, private and secret” may need to be modified, as today's data and analytics likely mean just one life for private citizens —a public one.
Find out how Day 3 of the conference offered insight into how data scientists have benefited from the latest approaches to web-scale analytics, including open sourcing of the System ML machine learning library to help the Spark community.
The idea that data-at-rest (historical) and data-in-motion (immediate) are mutually exclusive no longer applies, thanks to a new toolset that handles both. Discover how organizations can have it all: the ability to stream data in real time as well as process historical data to highlight patterns in