Today, IBM is reinforcing its commitment to help build a safer planet with the announcement of the Safer Planet Portfolio—a robust suite of solutions for law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter fraud designed to help professionals
Discover nine fields of study for corresponding data analysis professionals that contribute significantly to analytics projects, their key value propositions and challenges and high-level suggestions for categorizing and organizing the rapidly growing analytics resource pool.
Watch this live chat with our second group of teams and participants from the #Hadoop4Good challenge to learn why they chose their projects, hear some of their challenges and delve deeper into the story behind their applications.
Watch this live chat with the teams and participants from the #Hadoop4Good challenge to learn why they chose their projects, hear some of their challenges and delve deeper into the story behind their applications.
Phil Simon (@PhilSimon) is a frequent speaker and recognized technology expert who consults with companies on how to optimize their use of technology. His contributions have been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, The New York Times, Wired, The Huffington Post, Fast Company and
We're collecting more data, from more sources, in more formats. The opportunities to derive insight from all these new sources have exploded, but the essential point is not just to discover, identify, categorize and summarize the data—it is also important to communicate it, and that so often means
"A picture is worth 4 kilobytes," says Kirk Borne, Ph.D., (@kirkdborne), in this podcast about data visualization and big data, or as he prefers to call it, “visual analytics.” Kirk is a data scientist, a top big data influencer and a professor of astrophysics and computational science at George
2013 certainly was an eventful year for Big Data. Some highlights:
Over the last 12 months, we saw the technologies that constitute Big Data, namely Hadoop and NoSQL data stores, continue to mature with a special focus on those elusive “enterprise-grade features” and on bringing SQL-style,