The term “Big Data” has gained popularity over the past 12-24 months as a) amounts of data available to companies continually increase and b) technologies have emerged to more effectively manage this data. Of course, large volumes of data have been around for a long time. For example, I worked in the telecommunications industry for… Continue reading Analyzing Big Data
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Five requirements for Advanced Analytics
The other day I was looking at the analytics discussion board that I moderate on the Information Management site. I had posted a topic entitled “the value of advanced analytics.” I noticed that the number of views on this topic was at least 3 times as many as on other topics that had been posted… Continue reading Five requirements for Advanced Analytics
IBM Business Analytics and Optimization – The Dawn of New Era
I attended the IBM Business Analytics and Optimization (BAO) briefing yesterday at the IBM Research facility in Hawthorne, NY. At the meeting, IBM executives from Software, Global Business Services, and Research (yes, Research) announced its new consulting organization, which will be led by Fred Balboni. The initiative includes 4000 GBS consultants working together with the… Continue reading IBM Business Analytics and Optimization – The Dawn of New Era
What’s Next For Text Analytics?
When I first started to research the text analytics industry about three years ago, people didn’t understand why I was so interested in this nascent marketplace. I had always anticipated how important it would be. I remember working at Bell Laboratories, in the 1980s, analyzing structured data using advanced data mining techniques, trying… Continue reading What’s Next For Text Analytics?