IBM Cloud Pak for Data System is an integrated end-to-end platform that is cloud native by design, architected as microservices and containerized workloads. It offers instant pre-assembled provisioning and has capabilities to collect, organize and analyze data. It takes the IBM Cloud Pak for Data
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.
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.
With the help of IBM and The Weather Company, insurers are giving their customers a safe port in the storm. Learn more about how you can use weather data analytics to show your policyholders that you mean business about the weather and its impact on lives and property.
With the help of IBM and The Weather Company, insurers are giving their customers a safe port in the storm. Learn more about how you can use weather analytics to show your policyholders that you mean business about the weather.
The recent acquisition of The Weather Company by IBM may have many scratching their heads, but there’s quite a lot of business value to be had in all the data available on weather conditions. Take a look at a couple of airline use cases that demonstrate the impact weather data can have on business
IBM’s acquisition of The Weather Company is extending the power of IBM Watson to the Internet of Things (IoT). In doing so, it is empowering insurance providers to make unprecedented use of weather data, transforming themselves and their industry.
Insight Cloud Services (ICS) is a key IBM solution strategy. Plenty of big announcements around ICS and its capabilities for leveraging cognitive computing, analytics, and much more to extract fresh insights from dark data were a big draw at Insight 2015. Discover the tremendous potential behind
The advent of weather analytics has come none too soon. From inventory planning to public safety, organizations around the world are looking to weather data to help inform their decisions. But can they stay afloat in a sea of big data?
Weather is both asset and liability to energy providers. Even in a world of renewable energy, adverse weather events can create power outages on a citywide scale. Using weather data analysis, energy providers can forecast outages with high levels of reliability, then prevent or mitigate them ahead
No one keeps a weather eye like the property and casualty industry does. In their incessant quest to mitigate and prevent natural disasters, insurance providers can be among the chief beneficiaries of weather analytics, gauging weather-related risks to protect insured assets and avoid incurring