In claims resolution, speed and efficiency are paramount. Just as drivers choose the optimal racing lines to put together the fastest lap during qualifying, insurers also must optimize their claims resolution process to avoid being overtaken by a competitor. Don’t be the insurer who is left in a
Global acts of war are waging on the newest—and potentially most dangerous—battlefield, as aggressive cyberwarfare attacks threaten governments and businesses alike. Don’t miss this interactive meeting to find out how close we are to midnight on the doomsday clock.
The Internet and our social feeds are full of blogs, news and articles on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the wires and pulls out highly interesting articles that provide the fodder for thought and debate.
The conversation—indeed, the debate—around big data and privacy in education has been heating up. And it’s a discussion worth having, especially considering how many apps children use and how much data children unwittingly share.
Big data without context is pretty much useless, especially when that context can fluctuate so widely—which is why the role of Hadoop in creating accurate analytics is crucial for deriving value from big data.
In the CPG industry, change is the new norm. Traditionally predictable markets such as the U.S. are becoming fragmented as consumers rely on multiple channels to discover new products, compare prices and complete purchases. According to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Strategy&,
Soon, avid tennis fans may have more to look forward to than just watching exciting championship matches. The Internet of Things can let them feel the power of their favorite players in their own hands thanks to embedded sensors within tennis rackets. See how Wimbledon is leading the way in
If we’re going to do the Turing Test right, we might as well use the same intelligence tests we apply to humans. Only by doing so will we ever have a sound basis for claiming that machine are more (or less) intelligent than people.
Enterprises today have more choices than ever before when procuring digital tools for highly effective and productive content collaboration. But it’s hard to find a solution that addresses all the requirements of managing, sharing and making content accessible across an organization internally and
The number of anticipated Baby Boomer retirees will surely be accompanied by a corresponding rise in healthcare costs—which will affect professionals and patients in a big way. Applying a preventative big data solution can help avoid these growing pains.
Colleges and universities struggle with student attrition rates—but help is at hand. In the first of a three-part series, learn how analytics can help keep students in the classroom and on the path to graduation.
Mobile data consumption is skyrocketing across the globe. According to the June 2015 Ericsson Mobility Report, smartphone subscriptions will more than double by 2020, and 80 percent of all mobile data traffic will come from phones. Streaming services will spur video traffic to grow 55 percent
The world’s population is increasingly moving to urban areas, creating a dense and complex environment for crime. To combat urban crime, public safety workers are breaking down departmental silos and moving toward predictive policing systems. But how can we ensure public safety officials present a
IBM Performance Management can fill in the gaps to enhance Excel, letting all your data live happily in one place so that people can easily use Excel to input data, with results instantly reviewable at every level.