In the past few years, we’ve seen an explosion in the number and variety of organizations that are adopting big data technologies such as Hadoop and Spark and the recent trend to leverage data services in the cloud. How are enterprises coping?
Modern buildings often house interactive, collaborative and dynamic working environments. Get a glimpse at how some leading-edge organizations are applying cognitive analytics and the Internet of Things to design digital, intelligent buildings with elastic environments that can dramatically enhance
Just as today’s businesses need to speed operations and cut costs, the same goals hold true for major sporting events such as the Australian Open Tennis Championships. To help make the Australian Open 2016 event the ultimate experience for online fans and the fans in attendance, see how the IBM
SPSS Modeler was the star of its own ring at IBM Insight 2015. Take a look at what attendees learned about the latest and greatest capabilities of Modeler to see how Modeler can help your organization find its place in the insight economy.
From the general session to the Hack the Weather finals, attendees at Insight 2015 enjoyed an embarrassment of riches on day two of the conference. Read on for a rundown of the sessions and events that made the second day of Insight a resounding success.
In a world built on sensors, businesses that want to act on data at scale require analytics solutions capable of gaining insights from data in real time, allowing them to make the right decision at the right time.
If you want to create apps for the Internet of Things, you need the proper ingredients. A tasty combination of collaboration and open platforms are readily available to help anyone easily concoct apps that appeal to even the most discerning end users.
Streaming analytics and cloud analytics are increasingly intermingling in an era of rising on-demand business operations. Analysis of Internet of Things data and other streaming, machine-data analytics environments are opening tremendous opportunities for real-time demand forecasting, preventive
More than 1,000 developers have signed up for the IBM Big Data for Social Good Challenge. Have you? See how others are bringing together civic data sets with analytics for Hadoop and solving big problems with big data.
Research shows that "80% of the data about a patient is unstructured." Nigel Hook, CEO and Founder, DataSkill, tells the story of how IBM BlueMix enables DataSkill to bring cognitive computing to healthcare clients, so they can gain a better understanding of patients through unstructured data.