Despite the rise in popularity of big data technologies like Hadoop, organizations today face a serious big data skills shortage. In this video, Christy Maver of IBM Big Data marketing discusses how the IBM Big Data Quick Start Program provides free, non-production downloads of key big data
Telecommunications service providers are facing new and difficult challenges. They need to serve increasingly demanding customers, support advanced mobile technology and handle unprecedented spikes in network traffic. Analytics of big data in motion delivers tangible business value including
Companies that want to succeed need to deliver the right message, to the right person, at the right time, for the right price. But companies face multiple challenges. Leading marketers are using big data and analytics to deliver greater value and relevance to their customers. Learn how in this
IBM InfoSphere Streams helps define and run powerful analytics on structured and unstructured data in motion. In the healthcare domain, InfoSphere Streams is currently being used to continually analyze up to 16 concurrent streams of physiological data (Blood Pressure, EKG, Blood Oxygen Saturation
Fiserv, a leader in the financial services industry, is using an IBM InfoSphere Warehouse solution built on IBM DB2 as part of a solution to turn billions of transactions into actionable insights that help banks better target offers and maximize their marketing dollars. The use of cloud
Vestas, a leader in modern energy, chose IBM InfoSphere BigInsights to pinpoint the optimal location for wind turbines to maximize power generation and reduce energy costs. Solution reduces response time for wind forecasting information by approximately 97 percent—from weeks to hours—to help cut
Catalina Marketing's VP of Business Intelligence Solutions explains how the company is staying ahead of the curve by implementing a high-performance predictive analytics solution based on IBM Netezza data warehouse appliances.