In the next five years, buying local will beat online. Merging the tactility and immediacy of physical retail with the richness and personalization of online, local shops will make online-only stores seem downright quaint.
Big data is driving massive changes in healthcare. Hear from Hear from Founder and Director of Emory Center for Clinical Care Dr. Tim Buckman and Executive VP and CFO of the largest health care delivery system in the George, Matt Muhart. Both deliver better safer care at lower costs with big data
This datagram quickly explains the nine levers that enable organizations to create value from an ever-growing volume of data from a variety of sources -- value that results from insights derived and actions taken at every level of the organization.
Rachel Bland, senior product manager for IBM Business Analytics, describes one of the many sessions on Analytics at Information On Demand 2013. This session will focus on IBM's latest in-memory technologies and how we're making them easier to use. Key points of this session are:
Gaining a 360 view of customers can provide organizations with valuable information about how to better serve their customers and foster greater brand loyalty. But traditionally, marketers use costly and time-consuming methods to gain that knowledge. Now, data-driven insights are generating a
Big Data Bytes is a videochat where we look at some of the hot articles, blog posts, and social chatter about topics related to big data. For Friday, May 31, 2013, our special guest was Richard Lee (@InfoMgmtExec), Managing Partner of the consultancy, IMECS, LLC, and frequent speaker on issues
Nielsen used the IBM PureData System for Analytics system to run complex analytical workloads on-demand and on massive amounts of data. With up to 10x faster concurrency, IBM PureData System for Analytics provided Nielsen Company the simplicity and performance needed to deliver speed of-thought
Bob Hayes, chief customer officer of TCE Labs and president of Business Over Broadway, interviewed Mark Myers, IBM big data product marketing manager, about how big data can provide an enhanced 360-degree view of the customer. This is one of the top 5 use cases for big data.
To learn about the
Eric Sall, vice president of product marketing for IBM's Information Management Group, joins Wikibon analysts Dave Vellante and Jeff Kelly to discuss real-world big data use cases:
Big Data Exploration
Enhanced 360-degree View of the Customer
Big data is a new natural resource. Like other natural resources, big data needs to be successfully mined, refined and delivered in order to create value.
Organizations first need to mine big data through Exploration. Exploration is finding, connecting and understanding the value of all available
Organizations are discovering that their continued relevance, and even survival, depends on harnessing big data to better understand their customers, reduce risk, and discover entirely new opportunities for growth in a changing world. On April 3rd, IBM announced exciting innovations that help