The power of the connected consumer, digital influence and ubiquitous distribution are among the factors requiring that movie studios increasingly focus on delivering audience intelligence capabilities to enable the media enterprise business teams.
The telecommunications industry has dealt with big data for years, for example tracking individual wires into peoples’ homes and places of business. Detailed billing to track time and duration of each telephone call, even for local billing in the 1980s, introduced a huge influx of data to manage
By now, you have probably read the news of IBM’s intent to acquire The Now Factory, an expert in Customer and Network Analytics for Communications Service Providers. The Now Factory solutions generate the richest and most accurate information on a customer’s experience and usage of the mobile
This is our seventh and final post in a series presenting the findings from the IBM Institute for Business Value and University of Oxford’s Big Data study and excerpts from the report, “Analytics: the real world use of big data in financial services.”
Analysis of the findings by my IBM colleagues
Sophisticated analytics are enabling renewable energy companies with deeper insight which helps them better manager the variable nature of wind and solar, and more accurately forecast the amount of energy that can be redirected into the power grid or stored.
Recently, various publications including the Times of India, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters and CNET (just to name a few) have been abuzz with news of IBM’s partnership with international automotive supplier Continental. On September 10, at the Frankfurt International Motor Show, IBM and
The potential to leverage big data is unlimited. Each industry has its own unique challenges that can benefit from using big data for new insights and improved decision-making. This White Paper offers an in-depth discussion on how you can use big data analytics to enhance experience while
I’ve noticed an interesting pattern with some of our healthcare customers. First, they tell us that they are either struggling or taking too long to answer the basic questions, be it for metrics, or regulatory reports, or basic running of the hospital. Then, they start their big data and analytics
Hilary Mason is the "chief scientist emeritus" at Bitly, co-founder of HackNY, and an adviser to Accel Partners. She is also a curious data scientist, which is one factor that has led to her being one of the most influential people in her field. She talked with us about what it takes to be a top
Swanie Tolentino, retail big data solutions & marketing leader at IBM, discusses key points from a research study titled, "The Real-world use of Big Data in Retail: How Innovative Retailers Extract Value from Uncertain Data." She also relates examples of how retailers are using big data and
This is our sixth post in a series of seven presenting the findings from the IBM Institute for Business Value and University of Oxford’s Big Data study, “Analytics: the real world use of big data in financial services.”
Analysis of the findings by my IBM colleagues David Turner, Michael Schroeck
Banks face many challenges as they strive to return to pre-2008 profit margins including reduced interest rates, unstable financial markets, tighter regulations and lower performing assets. Fortunately, banks taking advantage of big data and analytics can generate new revenue streams. Watch this
One of my primal memories as a very young child was seeing the original of “The Blob” (the movie starring a young Steve McQueen) in the theater with my parents. IMDB describes its plot succinctly: “an alien lifeform consumes everything in its path as it grows and grows.” It totally freaked me out.
This is our fifth post in a series of seven presenting the findings from the IBM Institute for Business Value and University of Oxford’s big data study, “Analytics: the real world use of big data in financial services.”
As part of this recently published global research study, my colleagues David
Dr, Magnus Kuschel of Volvo Truck recently spoke on an Automotive News Power Training webinar describing how Volvo Truck is using IBM big data and analytics capabilities to unlock new insights from telematics data.
Judging by the interest level—the webinar blew away all previous attendance records