There's no shortage of hype around big data. Consequently, there has been a fair amount of backlash. Now, Tom Deutsch, program director of big data at IBM, has some backlash against that backlash! He speaks out against the people who are spouting negative misinformation - without supporting facts
Healthcare organizations are in the eye of an information overload storm. With EHR, EMR and with HIE implementation, there’s tons of data that will be available to payers, care providers and care management companies. The data latency will be reduced to days and hours–if not minutes–from the weeks
Recently, I was in Nice for a three-day gathering of 150 European IBM Big Data specialists. Looking around the room at the opening plenary made me think how fast the world of big data is moving and how quickly our community is growing.
One of the topics that got discussed a lot–in the breaks and in
Okay, I’ve bitten my tongue for as long as possible, and I need to get this off my chest. Most, and by most I mean at least 85% of the social media big data initiatives I see are ultimately going to under-deliver their expected ROI or eventually be discarded as not useful enough. I was reminded of
Nucelus Research found that organizations can earn an incremental ROI of 241 percent by using Big Data capabilities to examine large and complex data sets. One driver of high returns on Big Data was the ability to improve business processes and decisions by increasing the types of data that can be
Cutting costs and improving process efficiencies are common paths businesses take to boosting their bottom line. The difficultly of driving top line revenues makes this a road less traveled. IBM Netezza customers are showing the way - use advanced analytics on big data to grow top line revenues.