Steve Mills, senior vice president & group executive, IBM Software & Systems Group, discusses big data and analytics with press and analysts at the Information On Demand 2012 conference.
During the conference IBM announced a new digital marketing system and big data software designed to
Von McConnell, Executive Director of the Innovation & Advanced Labs at Sprint, discusses how his company uses big data and analytics at the Information On Demand 2012 conference.
During the conference IBM announced a new digital marketing system and big data software designed to help
Information On Demand 2012 (IOD) was a sensational event from start to finish. This was my sixth consecutive IOD, and my first as an IBMer. Long before I joined IBM, I always looked forward to IOD. This annual confab is always a great opportunity to drill deeper into the myriad information
In Part I of this series, we looked at the key considerations for an analytic enterprise to stay competitive in today’s world. To enable those considerations, one needs to define the imperatives for the supporting big data platform. In this post we will explore what that big data platform manifesto
Be sure to access this week's featured webcast - “The Simple Appliance for Serious Analytics.” - on IBM’s Big Data Virtual Event Center. Just 15-minutes in length - the webcast highlights IBM's comprehensive portfolio of data warehousing and analytics solutions.
Attendees will learn how IBM’s
It’s no small secret that digital data presents clear and present challenges for marketing organizations.
As consumers spread their attention across a wide variety of channels and devices, key sources of digital data such as websites, online ads and mobile apps, spin off massive amounts of data.
As consumers spread their attention across a wide variety of channels and devices, key sources of digital data such as websites, online ads and mobile apps, spin off massive amounts of data. This is the gold that all marketers seek to mine, refine and use to drive up the bottom line. IBM teamed
Big data is everybody’s priority these days, and it’s always exciting to see what different organizations are doing with it.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of participating in a live streaming video panel on business applications of big data in various industries. The broadcast, sponsored by
IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) and the University of Oxford just released their information-rich and insightful report “Analytics: The real-world use of big data.” Based on a survey of over 1000 professionals from 100 countries across 25+ industries, the report provides insights into
Today’s organizations understand the value of analytics. Recent studies, such as the joint IBM/MIT Sloan Management Review study, The New Intelligent Enterprise, have shown that strong positive correlations exist between market leadership and an enterprise’s analytics IQ.
Indeed, it’s fair to say
This week's featured webcast on the IBM Big Data Virtual Event Center aims to teach you how to “Gain Real-Time Insights with Data in Motion.” This educational, 15-minute webcast will bring you through the world of high-performance computing possibilities with InfoSphere Streams.
Learn how this
Innovation often comes from taking a fresh look at something you use every day and wondering, “This thing works just fine for its intended purpose, but could it do anything more?” That kind of thinking may one day lead to cars that actively monitor our health, both inside and outside the vehicle.
When an individual has suffered an irreversibly life-altering event, such as a traumatic brain injury, early detection of complications gives doctors the ability to plan and begin treatments sooner or potentially stop the progression of a condition altogether.
In a recent blog regarding the fusion
Dr. Barry Devlin, a data management authority and founder of 9sight Consulting, published a new white paper on big data titled “The Big Data Zoo: Taming the Beasts.” The paper provides a colorful and thought-provoking look at big data using animal analogies such as elephants, eagles and reptiles to