Businesses have come to expect that smart rivals wielding digital technologies will disrupt their competitive landscapes. How ready is your organization to be a digital disruptor? Take a look at detailed criteria for assessing your organization’s readiness and the strategic steps you can take to
Cognitive technologies such as advanced analytics and artificial intelligence are emerging as vital tools for achieving digital transformation outcomes. Learn more about the role of cognitive technologies from early adopters in the recent IBM Cognitive Advantage report and how they can be used to
Many forward-thinking organizations want to investigate how big data analytics helps them outthink and outperform the competition. However, many also are challenged with finding the right talent to run the operations, keep the data secure and figure out how to leverage the myriad tools at their
All the technology in the world applied to thwarting cyber threats can certainly have an impact. But the human factor plays a vital, complementary role in being smarter about cybersecurity. See how the role of humans in cybersecurity was emphasized in expert quotes culled from the recent IBM
Consumers want everything on demand because virtually anything is one click away from their smartphones. See how the race is on for marketers to give customers what they want, when and where they want it by unleashing the power of data, analytics and cognitive computing to redefine the customer
We’re all aware of how data streams at us from anywhere and everywhere, and all the implications that continuum entails. But when attempting to derive value from all that data—the data we can access as well as the data we don’t have access to—CIOs need an innovative advantage to help their
The complexity of multiple data sources contributing to the rising tide of data has executives at many enterprises up at night because of concerns involving risks, regulations and compliance. See why information governance is especially vital in today’s complex ecosystem of voluminous data sources
The dawn of the cognitive era is upon us, and many organizations today have the data and analytics capabilities to begin their cognitive journeys. Take a look at recent survey results available in the seventh annual IBM Institute for Business Value analytics research report.
Data is widely seen as the new source of competitive advantage, driving smarter decisions and helping enterprises outthink their rivals. But opportunities are often missed. Getting the data needed from multiple underlying systems can take far too long for application developers, business analysts
Volumes of data generated from a variety of sources can be a challenge to wrangle. Take a look at the advanced Design Data Flow beta capability of IBM Bluemix Data Connect that enables consumption of large data volumes from disparate sources, which can then be curated for deriving insights and
Many of us might be surprised to learn that some of the most familiar brand names around started off with other names. IBM recently renamed IBM DataWorks—its flagship, self-service data preparation offering—to IBM Bluemix Data Connect. Get a glimpse of it in this brief overview, and discover how
No letup in cyber crime can be achieved without a concerted effort by everyone. Hear what cybersecurity experts have to say about the collaborative approach to fighting cyber crime in a recent Analtyics Brief.
Data science seems to be experiencing a renaissance when it comes to advanced open source tools. Get a glimpse into creative application development with IPython Notebooks, Jupyter Notebooks, Apache Spark, the PixieDust open source library and more at IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016.
IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016, 24–27 October 2016, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the only place to be for people who work with data. Take a look at this list of top-ten reasons you wont’ want to miss out on one of the most intriguing and innovative events of the year.
Nancy Hensley, director of offering management for IBM Analytics speaks with Rob Thomas, vice president of development for analytics, at IBM, on the subject of business transformation, leading to a discussion of the data maturity curve.