IBM Insight 2015 took attendees on a roller coaster ride into the future of the Internet of Things. Dig into the insights uncovered by the conference presenters to discover where today’s organizations are headed in the insight economy.
Telcos can’t compromise on quality for operational efficiencies, or customers will abandon them in a time where people have many platforms to share their experiences and influence others. Telcos must harness data to gain insight into customer needs while exploring how data and analytics enable
Enterprises that are seeking to plug into the Internet of Things (IoT) face challenges in every aspect of business, but they need never be alone. Discover how to take your place in the IoT revolution by adopting a strategy for big data analytics.
While the livestream event focused on the Internet of Things (IoT), I felt that IoT wasn't actually the true, overarching message at all. In my opinion, the absolutely key takeaway was the idea of "standardization."
I was invited to attend IBM Interconnect 2015, which made its debut this year. Understanding this is a combination of three smaller conferences (Pulse, Innovate and Impact) I was left to wonder what the main focus of the week would be, and how it would all fit together. The conference organizers
While I’m sure you’ll be off doing something terribly exciting and romantic to celebrate the day of love, a data nerd like me can’t think of anything more captivating than writing about my big love for big data and analytics. As my valentine to you, here are the top five reasons that I love big
It’s that time of the year again: when fans begin lining up at the supermarkets to plan football weekend festivities. Let's take a look at how can predictive analytics be used in analyzing everything from performance to parking at the big event.
If I’ve learned one thing in 2014, both through practice and study, it’s that we as humans create data at an astonishing pace. Through advances in technology, each day we create more data than is humanly possible to understand in a single lifetime. The takeaway from this is that we need help!
I attended the first several days of the IBM Insight 2014 conference recently as one of the invited social VIP reporters for the event.
For a deeper view on my perspective of the big data and analytics happenings at IBM Insight, explore my newest post here on the Hub, "The 'one thing': IBM Watson
Big data has matured, moving beyond the peak of its initial hype and is moving ahead into its promised plateau of productivity.
Data has come of age in the corporate boardroom as well. The enormous potential for new wealth, new products, new customers, new insights and new entrepreneurial business
So now I am fascinated by the Internet of Things (IoT) and wondering: what should I do with the power of this curiosity? My first reaction is to associate the IoT with the web and mobility, since we are in fact talking about the internet. I can then turn to my understanding of cloud services and
There have always existed significant barriers to entry for early adopters of any new technology. For example, all the miles of cable that needed to be run in order for the world to take advantage of the miracle of electricity. Now consider the computer: devices that were capable of processing only
At Wednesday morning’s IBM Insight general session, IBM revealed hugely exciting new advancements they’ve been making in big data and analytics technologies. After presenting a use case on how IBM’s G2 Sensemaking engine is successfully being used to stop piracy in Southeast Asian Seas, conference
After day two at IBM Insight 2014 in Las Vegas, I am reflecting on the plethora of big data and analytics capabilities, innovations and opportunities that filled the Mandalay Bay Convention Center (which, by the way, is nearly a mile, all indoors, from one end to the other, so there was a lot to