Ernst & Young (EY) uses IBM BigInsights platform to leverage big data and analytics to combat fraud. By running test queries across multiple transactions they can identify fraudulent transactions and mitigate risk for its customers.
IBM® InfoSphere BigInsights upcoming release includes Big SQL 3.0, bringing performance, security and improved ROI to Hadoop projects. This is an important leap forward to seamlessly transitioning analytic applications from relational database management systems (RDBMS) to Hadoop distributions. In
Having been around the big data space for a number of years, you hear a lot of questions that revolve around “What do I do with this data that I’ve stored in Hadoop?’ or, more importantly, “How do I use this data that is now sitting here?” The fact is, there's a lot of hype surrounding big data,
According to the report, IBM brings "advanced analytics tools, a global presence and implementation services" that make BigInsights a "complete big data solution that will be attractive to many customers." Read the report to see why IBM InfoSphere BigInsights was named a leader and how it stands in
Do you know how many olives it takes to make that tablespoon of olive oil you just doused on your lunch salad? It takes a big pile of olives. More than 50.
Now, guess how much data it takes to grasp an accurate picture of market trends, emerging markets or potential security breaches; how much do
Customers expect more: they expect smart, they expect simple, they expect fast and they expect value. This transcends all industries, and big data is helping enterprises rise to this challenge.
Much time has been spent in recent years talking about why big data is such a technological opportunity.
A year ago IBM in conjunction with Said Business Schools asked executives across the globe what were their key challenges when implementing big data initiatives. Not surprisingly, the main issues cited included -- difficulty articulating a compelling business case, understanding how to use big data