Every company has its own set of problems that it attempts to solve. In our case, we needed a more efficient and accurate way to identify the relationships between businesses on which we maintain data.
Host Al Martin, IBM VP of Hybrid Data Management & Client Success, and Sam Lightstone, CTO for Data, IBM Fellow & Master Inventor, present their Kansas City Techweek keynote. They go over what it means to make data ready for AI, become data driven and acquire growth. They deliver key
Data science was one of the hot topics of 2018, and it’s likely to dominate again in 2019. We've asked five key data science influencers to take a look back at 2018 and look ahead at what's to come in 2019.
Making Data Simple host Al Martin looks back on his top 5 favorite clips from episodes published in 2018. These conversations range from explaining the importance of data visualization, to discussing the differences between A.I. and deep learning. Thanks to all of our listeners for an incredible
Jason Tatge, CEO, president and cofounder of Farmobile, joins the show to discuss data in the agriculture industry. The conversation touches on Jason's experience launching a startup, tips for finding success, and the value of big data from a farmer's perspective. This episode gives insight to data
On this episode of the Making Data Simple podcast, Al Martin sits down with Jean Bozman, vice president at Hurwitz & Associates, and Dan Kirsch, managing director at Hurwitz & Associates. Together, they discuss data optimization, compliance, governance, and security in industries including
IBM is well-known for its powerful legacy of design throughout the 1980s. But the company’s focus on design dimmed until Phil Gilbert stepped up to the plate in 2010 and instilled design thinking throughout the company, empowering a legion of designers. The focus on hiring talent, investing in
If you’ve heard the debate among IT professionals about data lakes versus data warehouses, you might be wondering which is better for your organization. You might even be wondering how these two approaches are different at all.
This episode of Making Data Simple features Brian O’Neill, product designer for Designing for Analytics. Brian and host Al Martin step back from the deep, technical questions of data science, architecture and governance to look at how principles of design can clarify and accelerate development for