Large municipalities need to be ever vigilant in providing essential health, safety, security, social, traffic and other services. What better way to glean their citizens’ sentiments on these matters than capitalizing on social media data channels such as Twitter?
The public sector is changing the face of our cities, transforming our workforce and improving healthcare with data and analytics. Here are some of the stories and articles that caught my attention this week.
Integrity within social governmental agencies can be a big problem in the digital age. City, state and federal agencies can lose huge sums of money to errors, waste and abuse. Analytics can go a long way in helping these agencies validate claims and minimize the potential for fraud. Having read
Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Kenneth Cukier famously declared that "big data is a revolution that will transform how we live, work and think." Here are some of those revolutions from this week in the public sector.
IBM is launching a weigh in program, asking people through social channels how data and analytics are affecting their industries. To kick off questions around public safety, here are a few excerpts of interviews from police departments that have worked data and analytics into their crime prevention
21st century technologies using data analytics coupled with social and mobile technology present a rich opportunity to streamline and integrate preparation, response, recovery and mitigation of the “daily set of unexpected incidents” as well as emergencies and disasters.
The Internet and our social feeds are chock full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires and pulls out the most interesting articles that give us fodder for thought and debate.
Did you know that the convenience and speed of mobile is now applied to the work of policing? Criminals are often experts at utilizing technology to commit crime. Now our police officers have mobile speed and ease of use to help them make data-driven decisions on the front lines.
Describing intelligence software has gotten a whole lot easier as Hollywood continues to produce gripping spy shows like The Blacklist, Homeland and CSI. But while the layman description may have gotten easier, the real threatscape continues to evolve as criminal and terrorist networks continue to
With analytics in the cloud, IBM is helping our clients see a new world of possibilities and enabling them to turn those possibilities into realities.
Without boundaries, what will you be able to achieve?