What's next in the world of data and analytics in 2018? In part one of Al Martin's discussion with Seth Dobrin, Vice President and Chief Data Officer for IBM Analytics, explore the strategies and people your company needs to disrupt and succeed in the year ahead. Do you or your team members need
Whether you want to build a bridge, explore the sea, or simply try to identify new markets, you will only be as good as the data you use. This means it must be complete, in context, trusted and easily accessible to drive insights.
It can be difficult to keep up with all the best podcast episodes during the year. That's why we've compiled the Top 10 podcasts of the year from the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub Insights Podcast feed right here.
Do you know how often you are using the cloud every single day? In part one of our discussion with IBM Fellow Sam Lightstone, learn about cloud computing and why it is increasingly important in our data-driven world. Also, learn alternatives to loading private data to the cloud, data movement, and
Michael Springgay, IBM STSM, Db2 Data Warehouse Development, and Rajani Maindiratta, IBM Senior Manager, Db2 Data Warehouse on Cloud Development for Load, share their experiences moving data for customers big and small. What are the options for data movement and what is the impact of cloud?
Readers of the IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub were hungry for knowledge this year. They voraciously read blog posts about incorporating machine learning, choosing the best possible data model, determining how to make the most of data science skills, working with open source frameworks and more.
Managing enterprise information has always been a good idea, however with the potential for looming penalties from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) non-compliance, companies are waking up and some organizations are even seeing GDPR as an opportunity to establish strengthened
Allocating IT budget is a tricky business. Companies need to make choices and manage investment tradeoffs. However, recent Aberdeen research suggests that foundational activities to protect, oversee and manage the data environment through a unified approach to data governance can produce enticing
What is driving change in the world of data? In his keynote from the Big Data Summit KC 2017, our Making Data Simple podcast host and IBM Analytics VP Al Martin addresses disruption, the data maturity model and the five areas business must get right to succeed in the era of cognitive computing.
Today’s most successful companies think differently about data governance. Recent Aberdeen research suggests that top-performing companies are those that create a more holistic approach to data governance, incorporating the right technologies, processes, skill sets and internal capabilities.
If you’re holding an event for the very first time, what helps you gauge its success? At IBM Analytics University, we turned to social media analytics. Here’s a summary of what we learned from the experts and from Watson Analytics for Social Media.
How did companies like Facebook and Airbnb get so big so fast? What can we learn from them? Why is data so important for growth? Nancy Hensley, Director of Strategy & Growth for IBM Hybrid Cloud, has the answers in this episode of Making Data Simple.