As communities and businesses worldwide look to understand the economic impact of COVID-19 and prepare for an eventual recovery, the biggest test of decision-making will be the data that will inform the business decisions. Was it trusted? Was it timely? Was it enough?
To date, there
As we grow smarter and more sophisticated, thanks to rapidly enhancing technological innovations, enterprise data management and analytics have to keep pace to ensure organizations continue to remain effective and data- and insights-driven.
Let’s not underestimate the sheer scale of the problem
Data is the fuel, cloud is the vehicle, AI is the destination. The intersection of these three pillars of IT has been the focus of IBM. Through the launch of IBM Cloud Pak for Data, our modern data and AI platform, we have containerized numerous offerings and delivered them as
With the amount of choices surrounding big data analytics, data lakes and AI, it can sometimes be difficult to tell fact from fiction. With more than 40% of organizations expecting AI to be a “game changer,” it’s important to have a complete picture of the capabilities and opportunities available.
At IBM Cloud Pak for Data, we’ve got a growing ecosystem of technology partners. As an open, Kubernetes-based, data and AI platform, we integrate with an array of tech solutions that enhance what we do to help companies make their data AI-ready. From stepping up data security to empowering
With the publication of Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Operational Database Management Systems, we were happy to see recognition of some of our key efforts from the past year. The integration of the Db2 common SQL engine and other rich features, edition simplification, commitment to
The conversation around data preparation has been evolving. What started as a push for self-service access for specific use cases has now expanded to operationalizing a data pipeline across the enterprise. The goal is to create efficiencies and eliminate workflow silos to propel data strategy
This unified end-to-end platform, Cloud Pak for Data, delivers these data and AI capabilities as container-based microservices that help to power new and existing enterprise applications to run on cloud or on-premises. The platform makes it easy to implement data-driven processes and operations and
IBM is announcing the latest update to the IBM Cloud Pak for Data platform, Version 2.5. We are extremely excited for this release, as it brings to a head three key areas we’ve been building towards over the last year and a half: Red Hat integration, new key built-in capabilities and last but not
Let’s say you’re the Chief Technology Officer of a bank or retailer struggling to infuse AI that aims to improve customer experiences. You likely face three main challenges:
Data sprawl: Your customer data is currently on multiple clouds, including on-premises and a cloud data lake storage
68 percent of surveyed businesses recently responded that they use machine learning (ML) or plan to do so in the next three years. AI technologies rapidly are becoming how businesses distinguish themselves from competitors. But choosing the best way to implement AI isn’t always a straightforward
The best data catalogs can automate the process to collect, classify and profile data to ensure the highest standards of quality. Here are three popular use cases detailing why companies are moving towards IBM’s Watson Knowledge Catalog.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML) have become very popular recently due to their ability to both optimize processes and provide the deep insights that push enterprises and industries forward. In fact, 68 percent of respondents in a recent 451 Research Report, Accelerating AI with