Think 2018 is in full swing. We’re inspired hearing from leaders across industries using analytics to transform their business. And we’re thrilled to take part in conversations about data science, machine learning, AI and much more. Here are some highlights from Wednesday at Think.
Are you ready for another exciting day of Think 2018? There’s a big day planned for you at the Cloud & Data Campus and we’re here to help you navigate the many exciting sessions. Here are our top analytics picks of the day.
The excitement, insights and innovation at Think 2018 is truly astounding. Today we heard from IBM Chairman, President and CEO, Ginni Rometty, plus industry leaders and clients who are transforming whole business sectors.
The second day of Think 2018 is here, and there’s an abundance of things to see and do at the Cloud & Data Campus. Here are the not-to-miss Think 2018 keynote speeches, demos, panels, training labs and other hands-on activities for Tuesday, March 20, both at the event and by tuning in online.
Human beings tend to filter out events they deem unimportant. They can only process so much at any given time. Computer systems, however, must be able to handle a massive number of events in real time or near-real time to help support a wide range of applications.
With businesses requiring foresight into emerging technologies and relying on nimble responses, successful architects must know how to get the most of their data infrastructure and build for the future. That’s exactly why they need to set aside a few days in March to attend Think 2018 in Las Vegas.
Getting the most from a data science agenda requires more than data scientists. At Think, you’ll learn to view data science as a team sport, involving multiple roles and appropriate tools that help organizations tap into the benefits data science can bring wherever the business opportunity is.
Many companies are expected to pursue data management, advanced analytics and cognitive computing to stay competitive and drive revenue. Except for a handful of leaders such as LinkedIn, Netflix, Nordstrom, Target and Verizon, most companies are still struggling to close the gap between data
The search function is a very powerful tool, assuming you have concrete keywords or concepts to find in your data. And that does not even take into account the size of the information you might be searching.