Hadoop is great for storing and processing large data volumes, but its limits become clear when integrating ever-increasing volumes of data. A new solution—described in detail at the upcoming Strata+Hadoop World conference—can help organizations overcome this limitation.
The dangers posed by fraud and improper payments have intensified thanks to technological and digital advancements. Government agencies must leverage new technologies and advanced analytics to proactively anticipate and respond to threats to bolster the integrity of their programs.
The concluding post in this series looks at the two other strategic pillars necessary to help ensure advanced analytics can guide the way to better decision-making. Using advanced analytics to embrace an agile culture and invest in an ecosystem of talent allows organizations to provide consistent
Advanced analytics can boost organizational decision-making and offer multiple benefits including increased revenue and decreased costs. However, achieving these goals requires an emphasis on three strategic pillars: focusing on business decisions, embracing an agile culture and investing in an
Agility is all about speed of response and the flexibility to turn on the proverbial dime in any new direction that a business requires. It’s the ability to operate at any scale, speed or scope of business that planning and circumstances may require. A true analytics platform is agile enough to
When organizations adopt a hybrid cloud environment, they add another layer of complexity to their information supply chains. Despite the added complexity, organizations still need to ensure completeness, accuracy and availability of information for high-quality insights. To achieve these data
Without doubt, cloud-based data presents a wealth of potential information for organizations seeking to build and maintain competitive advantage in their industries. To fully realize the benefits of the cloud, organizations need to have a good hybrid information governance model in place. A key
Defense and national security agencies around the world play a critical role in creating a safer planet. This role is often contingent on their ability to generate and share actionable intelligence in timely manner. Watch this video to see how IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis enabled NATO joint
In a recently published IBM Institute for Business Value whitepaper, a team of internal consultants discusses real examples of analytics projects at IBM. Lessons learned from these projects have led to a framework of four critical best practices that can help any organization build a solid
Discover nine fields of study for corresponding data analysis professionals that contribute significantly to analytics projects, their key value propositions and challenges and high-level suggestions for categorizing and organizing the rapidly growing analytics resource pool.
The speed at which executives expect data-driven insights is accelerating. How can organizations ensure that investments they make in analytics today will have the flexibility to cope with the demands of tomorrow? Successful outcomes require a business-driven approach, and the big data and
Malware, in and of itself, is not malicious; the cybercriminal behind the malicious code is the real culprit. Learn why a strategic, investigative shift in focus on both the cyberattack and the nefarious organizations behind them is necessary in today’s cyberwarfare engagement.