In my last blog, I stressed the need for a modern data architecture (MDA) to underpin the next generation of the cognitive enterprise, fully harness data using the latest technologies, and sustain a platform-centric business model that supports people, process and technology optimized around
If your business hasn’t already embraced a multiple-cloud strategy, it’s likely that one is in your near future. Recent research shows that 85 percent of companies already operate in multicloud environments, and 98 percent of companies plan to be multicloud by 2021.
While cloud-based platforms
Matthias Funke and Thomas Chu lead the team shaping IBM's strategy for hybrid data management. They join host Al Martin for a deep dive into trends around data management across cloud environments — from private, to public, to multicloud.
This week on Making Data Simple, we invited Patrick Campbell, CEO and co-founder of Profitwell. Prior to ProfitWell, Patrick lead Strategic Initiatives for Boston based Gemvara and was an economist at Google as well as the U.S. intelligence community.
Every company has its own set of problems that it attempts to solve. In our case, we needed a more efficient and accurate way to identify the relationships between businesses on which we maintain data.
Host Al Martin, IBM VP of hybrid data management and client success discusses new technology innovations within the automotive industry. Ben Amamba, Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) for Industrial Sector, Watson & Cloud Platform, and David Kevnick, IBM cloud technical sales leader - US
In episode 37 of the Making Data Simple podcast, Al Martin has a detailed conversation with Avijit Chatterjee, Chief Analytics Officer at IBM Morgan Stanley and Metlife. Together, the two discuss various use cases of AI transforming business processes along with tips for networking and time-