Detecting information in the moment gives companies a competitive advantage. Forrester evaluated the top streaming analytics platforms to determine which ones can deliver the fastest time to insight and provide the most useful ways to enhance the customer experience.
"Traditional analytics are about what’s often called rearview mirror analytics. Streaming analytics, is about looking through the windshield," says Mike Gualiteri, principal analyst, Forrester Research.
Jason Verlen, director of product management at IBM, says that “composable business is one of the most exciting concepts in the market today” because it helps companies bridge that gap between the handling of data and the analytics that you drive into it. Listen as Verlen expands on this.
Medical professionals are between the proverbial rock and hard place when trying to determine whether, how and why patients are failing to comply with doctor's orders. On the one hand, their ability to help people depends on having intimate, current and accurate knowledge of people's physical
Conceptually, big data can be difficult for people to understand. If they can't fully understand it, then it's difficult for them to see how it fits into their strategic IT plans. To help explain the concepts behind big data and its place in IT infrastructure, IBM has developed a "Zone Architecture
Across cultures, since the beginning of time, humans have given great importance to naming of offspring. Children are named for ancestors, significant events or natural wonders. Names give meaning to people, places and objects.
Today, corporations compete for naming rights of public buildings and
New big data services announced at IBM Impact
Impact 2014 is full of news, and there are still two more days to go! Being a veteran of Impact, I have seen an evolution in smarter business processes and decision management over the years, but 2014 stands out as a year of substantive announcements.
Join the exclusive Streams developer event April 17, 2014
If you have a passion for writing code and exploring cutting edge technologies, you have likely downloaded IBM InfoSphere Streams Quick Start Edition. If you haven’t, now is the perfect time. Why? Top Streams talent is conducting a one of a
The blurry line between cyber and physical security
Unfortunately, no organization or county can escape security threats. Rapid urbanization, increasing strain on natural resources and evolving global terror threats are the reality.
Advances such as social business, mobility and cloud increase
Or to analyze, act and then move on?
It’s time for a more open relationship. Now announcing Streams v3.2.1.
Till death do us part is the goal in our personal relationships, but not the ideal relationship we want with our data. Why is that? Remember: more data means more cost and compliance pain, as
The reality is all organizations have streaming data sources they can mine for insight. Do you have a website Are you interested in becoming more social? Do you have mobile business plan? If yes, then you have a need for real-time analytics.
Roger Rea, product manager of InfoSphere Streams, explains what stream computing is, how it differs from event processing and CEP and gives examples of how companies are employing stream computing for real-time analyses and applications.
It has been shown that "42 percent of customers who use social media for customer service expect to receive a response within an hour and 67 percent expect same day answers.” How do organizations keep up with customers demands? And where does real time fit into the customer experience? Join the #