The Internet of Things offers great potential in many fields, but healthcare can benefit in ways that affect everyone. An upcoming webcast describes how IoT-related technologies and streaming analytics can help healthcare providers reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.
This latest research from IBM holds key insights into how companies are adopting big data and analytics, cloud, mobile and social. More importantly, the study shows that pacesetting organizations exhibit three key characteristics that set them apart from the rest.
The joy of having a car is in driving it. What happens if you put in the wrong fuel? Well, the car won’t move. This applies to business analytics as well. The business benefit of analytics lies in acting on the insights. What if the data that fuels analytics is not trust worthy or reliable? Either
Dr, Magnus Kuschel of Volvo Truck recently spoke on an Automotive News Power Training webinar describing how Volvo Truck is using IBM big data and analytics capabilities to unlock new insights from telematics data.
Judging by the interest level—the webinar blew away all previous attendance records
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The Past – You have been doing big data for a long time by leveraging available data from "a number" of different sources. Admittedly the volume, variety and velocity of that data may have been considerably smaller.
The Present – Your world is
Noted business intelligence and data management industry analysts, Claudia Imhoff of Intelligent Solutions, founder of the Boulder BI Brain Trust, and Colin White of BI Research present Technology Innovations for Enhanced Database Management and Advanced Analytics, an on demand webinar sponsored by
IBM recently hosted a webinar that covered the results of the Aberdeen 2013 Big Data for Marketing survey. As a follow up to the event, we created an infographic that summarizes the research in a way that is both interesting and fun to digest and share.
To better serve their customers, banks strive to understand the best way to anticipate their needs. A quick response to an emerging need can add short-term value to a new customer relationship or enhance a long-term one. By successfully harnessing big data, banks can capture large volumes of data
Marketing professionals understand that reliable customer and campaign information is one of the most valuable assets for producing effective, targeted marketing and for creating lasting business value. Customers are generating more data than ever – especially as their attention is fragmented
As the financial crisis continues, banks are adapting their business models to the “new normal.” But the path to get there will not be through traditional products and services. Banks must develop new, innovative products and services that add value to their customers in new and different ways.
Historically, the insurance industry has simply accepted the staggering cost of fraud as a cost of doing business. Now, however, insurance fraud is on the rise. But help is at hand. Next-generation fraud solutions and big data are changing the equation in favor of insurance companies and their
Interest is growing among insurers for big data solutions that can help them identify, monitor and manage fraud in their underwriting and claims. Advanced fraud detection and management solutions are helping P&C and life insurers reduce losses by improving the precision and timeliness of fraud