In the 1980’s, John Naisbitt wrote, “We have for the first time an economy based on a key resource [information] that is not only renewable, but self-generating. Running out of it is not a problem, but drowning in it is.[i][i]” Little did Naisbitt know how much information we’d be creating 30
The US spends far more than any other nation on healthcare. In 2009, health care costs reached $2.5 trillion dollars - - more than $8000/person and 17% of GDP, up from 13.4% in 2000. Yet, as is widely cited in healthcare circles, the US fails to achieve acceptable results from all this spending,
On Monday I wrote of our motivations to develop a new strategy: “Smart Consolidation for Smarter Computing”. Following my keynote session at Enzee Universe ’11 I’m ready to share details. The Smart Consolidation strategy simplifies infrastructure, freeing enterprises to deploy analytics rapidly
CMOs today are inundated with massive quantities of data from external data providers and internal systems. Yet the still strive to find elusive answers to these questions:
What new product can we introduce that will address new highly profitable emerging markets we’d like to enter?
Previously, I blogged on how being simple - to install, to use and to manage - creates valuable differentiation for IBM Netezza appliances. So convinced are we of simplicity’s value to our customers, we make it central to our business strategy.
Omega Management Group Corporation recently informed
Greetings! Realizing it’s been a while since I last posted here I thought it was important to confirm that yes, Netezza is alive and doing quite well as a part of IBM, post-acquisition as we launch into our second full fiscal quarter as a part of the team. Without sharing company-confidential
Think "data analytics" are too complicated for most people to wrap their heads around? Think again.
Alex Williams, editor of ReadWriteWeb, suggests that the consumerization of social technologies is beginning to result in a new generation of enterprise-level analytics tools and applications that
"Easy to use" is a critical differentiator when it comes to technology. Think about your television remote, your camera and your home computer. If it’s unnecessarily complicated, chances are you aren’t going to be happy. You are less likely to use the device or appliance – and it will soon be
This is what greeted me on my return from the IBM Information On Demand show in Las Vegas, like an early “Trick or Treat” gift on the cusp of Halloween. On Thursday, our good friends at Oracle had launched a new ad in their “traditional spot” at the bottom of page one of the Wall Street Journal (in