Businesses have come to expect that smart rivals wielding digital technologies will disrupt their competitive landscapes. How ready is your organization to be a digital disruptor? Take a look at detailed criteria for assessing your organization’s readiness and the strategic steps you can take to
Censuses have long provided governing authorities with data that helps them make decisions affecting the lives and livelihoods of people everywhere. In modern times, however, companies look for more than just a name when doing business—and that’s where master data comes in. Find out how your
The complexity of multiple data sources contributing to the rising tide of data has executives at many enterprises up at night because of concerns involving risks, regulations and compliance. See why information governance is especially vital in today’s complex ecosystem of voluminous data sources
Over the past two years IBM has been moving in the direction of being a data driven cognitive and cloud company. As part of this transformation, IBM has acquired The Weather Company that provides some of the most accurate weather data to pinpoint the impact of impending weather event to a specific
Many of us might be surprised to learn that some of the most familiar brand names around started off with other names. IBM recently renamed IBM DataWorks—its flagship, self-service data preparation offering—to IBM Bluemix Data Connect. Get a glimpse of it in this brief overview, and discover how
Beat the database migration status quo by adopting IBM Bluemix Lift, a self-service ground-to-cloud database migration offering that you can use to boost the speed, reliability and security of your database migration.
The movie Deepwater Horizon that depicts the oil spill disaster of the same name serves as an example of how government agencies and corporations need to collect a lot of data and disseminate information immediately as events quickly unfold. Not only are all parties involved asked for a tremendous
How can we ensure that metadata about all types of data is accurate, available, ubiquitous and universally accessible? Standards are certainly necessary, but we also need a new way to think about how metadata is created, managed and maintained.
The benefits and pitfalls of different cloud deployment architectures can be intense topics of conversations spanning a wide range of industries. Some discussions foster new approaches to consider, and others make strong arguments as to which approach is well suited for different, industry-specific
Tune in to hear IBM’s David Jenness and mobile development expert Matt Brooke-Smith describe the enterprise content management (ECM) sessions you’ll want to attend during IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 as you take your ECM capabilities into the mobile arena.
In this insightful discussion between IBM’s Toby Bell and IBM Analytics cloud solutions and services leader Roger Letalien, learn what IBM Insight at World of Watson 2016 has to offer you as you move your enterprise content management capabilities forward into the cloud.
Database migration is not any database administrator’s idea of fun—not even close. By far, the database migration status quo can be the least interesting and most dreaded part of the job. Check out an advanced self-service, ground-to-cloud database migration offering for handling database migration
Unstructured information continues to grow as never before, with a preponderance of it being stored and managed by large enterprises. Much of this data is not really well understood, and its management and governance remain a formidable challenge. See how creating trusted and collaborative
IBM today announced exciting news about their Open Platform initiative with Apache Hadoop. And at its DataFirst Launch Event tonight, IBM will provide an early access view of the new IBM Project DataWorks with Watson, along with an introduction to DataFirst Services from IBM. IBM today also
This podcast features Doug Thompson, executive architect, Information Governance and master data management (MDM), at IBM, who discusses the various factors that make data integration challenging and how one can overcome them. Thompson also shares his views on hybrid- and cloud-based data