Half of 2014 has already passed us by, but it was chock-full of educational, thought-provoking and sometimes inspiring content here on the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub. All week long, we will be reviewing the most read, most watched and most listened to content so you can catch up on anything
Research shows that enterprises only analyze 12 percent of their data. InfoSphere BigInsights for Hadoop empowers enterprises of all sizes to cost effectively manage and analyze big data so that they leverage all data and not just a sliver.
"The issue around identifying targeted analysis for anti-corruption is you just can't look at one data source," says Vince Walden, a partner at Ernst & Young with responsibility for fraud investigation and dispute services. "When you're looking for potentially improper payments that could be
Each month it seems like we hear automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) reporting record growth, but what is driving this growth? Pent up demand? Attractive new products? Is the market actually growing, or could it be that the automotive industry is starting to use big data and
This month’s articles show the promise of big data technology in action. Explore the tools that help you digest the data, filter out the noise and make your next business decision based on the trends it reveals. Grab your safety goggles—it’s time to put theory to the test.
As part of IBM's ongoing commitment to Hadoop and the broader open source ecosystem, IBM is joining forces with Databricks, Cloudera, Intel and MapR to broaden support for Apache Spark. IBM's goal is to provide enterprise customers with access to the latest innovations around big data and analytics.
You don’t want to miss the next TDWI Solution Spotlight on “Maximizing the Value of Your Data through Analytics.” Claudia Imhoff, president and founder of Intelligent Solutions Inc., will share everything from modern data architectures and use cases to data scientists and “things to ponder” when
Nearly 10 years ago, a little open source software project with a funny name came into being. Over the past few years, that project, Hadoop, has taken the world by storm and has caused a sea change in both the software vendor marketplace and the way IT organizations think about their computing
With big data financial and transactional data no longer in silos, we can now look at them together. Vince Walden, Ernst and Young partner, says that big data technologies allow them to look at data from all angles.
SQL-on-Hadoop offerings, such as IBM InfoSphere BigInsights with Big SQL, can help IT departments leverage their existing expertise to move into the big data world. A new Big SQL technology preview is available so you can try it out for yourself.
The goal of moving beyond basic TV ratings and simple consumer demographics to establishing a secure analytics environment to integrate subscriber, set-top-box and third-party, enriched data in near real time is something leading media and entertainment organizations continue to embrace. After all
The organization that can quickly extract insight from their data AND leverage the data achieves an advantage. Rick Clements, IBM's director of marketing for Big Data says, "we are moving from the notion of big data to fast data, where what really matters is speed...and real-time actionable insight