What's next in the world of data and analytics in 2018? In part one of Al Martin's discussion with Seth Dobrin, Vice President and Chief Data Officer for IBM Analytics, explore the strategies and people your company needs to disrupt and succeed in the year ahead. Do you or your team members need
Two paradoxes of information technology are: data has no value if you can’t access it, and it’s a liability if the wrong people access it. Company leaders don’t think they need data governance until these paradoxes hit them hard.
According to IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, data is the world’s new natural
Whether you want to build a bridge, explore the sea, or simply try to identify new markets, you will only be as good as the data you use. This means it must be complete, in context, trusted and easily accessible to drive insights.
Earlier this year, IBM held the “Fast Track Your Data — Live from New York” event for thousands of our clients. Our mission: to help business and technology leaders better understand the critical importance that data and analytics play in an organization’s digital transformation. Technology
The 2017 Data Governance Winter Conference on 4 - 8 December covered topics ranging from how to start a data governance program to attaining data governance maturity to how to improve your organization’s information quality. After attending, Brian Mayer, business ready data practitioner, and Mark
Readers of the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub were hungry for knowledge this year. They voraciously read blog posts about incorporating machine learning, choosing the best possible data model, determining how to make the most of data science skills, working with open source frameworks and more.
The data lake may be all about Apache Hadoop, but integrating operational data can be a challenge. Learn how to deliver real-time feeds of transactional data from mainframes and distributed environments directly into Hadoop clusters and make constantly changing data more available.
The new Gartner Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Master Data Management has been published, and what you might not notice at first glance is that this year, IBM chose not to participate. Gartner still included IBM in the MQ. However, we did decline to engage in the process and provide detailed data for
Many large organizations still have a large amounts of data on-premise, but also need data from a public cloud. Regardless of where the data resides, organizations can build a trusted data source from which they can drive key business insights and derive significant sustained advantages. Here's how.
I just wrapped up attending and keynoting at this year’s ARMA Live conference. We're moving towards not just bringing together the practices, benefits and mandates of security, privacy and information governance, but also seeing the benefits and opportunities of business results of ever more
Managing enterprise information has always been a good idea, however with the potential for looming penalties from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) non-compliance, companies are waking up and some organizations are even seeing GDPR as an opportunity to establish strengthened
Allocating IT budget is a tricky business. Companies need to make choices and manage investment tradeoffs. However, recent Aberdeen research suggests that foundational activities to protect, oversee and manage the data environment through a unified approach to data governance can produce enticing
Organizations everywhere, from massive governments to the smallest start-ups, are in a race for the best-possible data expertise and tools. To help your team understand the data science journey, IBM created the Data Science for All webcast.