Business Intelligence startup Metamarkets aims to take "BI in the cloud" one step further.
New York Met VP Paul Depodesta talks about the journey of examining data differently. Depodesta discusses all of the ramifications and the outcomes of bucking the traditional ways of looking at baseball statistics & evaluating talent.
Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc., speaks with IWTV about how to distill Big Data into something meaningful and translate it into customers. David Berlind interviews Dell while at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, 2011.
At Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Gil Elbaz from Factual hosts 'High Order Bit.'
Ken Goldberg, Robotics Proffessor from UC Berkeley, announces Hybrid Wisdom Labs. This is to work as an "idea" platform to gauge and produce new thoughts.
While at Web 2.0 Summit Mary Meeker discusses trends in the internet, globally. Ranging from data transfers, hours online by country, and the explosion of social networking throughout the globe.
Chime.in is a new customizable platform for websites to limit, expand, and share information and media.
At Web 2.0 Summit 2011, Intel Data Center Group vice president and general manager Kirk Skaugen explained Intel's vision of adding a billion more people to the Internet -- many of them through embedded devices -- by the year 2015. Skaugen claims the current number of Internet users to be approximately 1.5 billion people.
Chris Poole, founder of about.me and Canvas, describes the expression of the self through social networking. The ideal of individuality is fading with the globalization of social expression.
Marc Benioff, CEO of salesforce.com, uses social media as a way to gauge the reaction of consumers to the enterprise decisions surrounding their lives. What will the future of enterprise-consumer relationships look like?
There are many channels of customer feedback and sentiment -- from call center data to surveys to social network chatter. Gathering, organizing and understanding what all of it means is a necessity. Hear how two companies are tackling the challenge.
One of the world's well-known CIOs provides an in depth look at how FedEx is building its data centers of the future. Carter discusses the trend toward "dominant design" -- the ability to leverage standards for speed and competitive advantage.
Catalina Marketing's CIO Eric Williams provides an in depth look at big data. Catalina has 1.2 tillion rows of data, and it mines that data looking for trends, providing the company with predictive analytics that has defined its business.
- The Language of UX: Beyond Buzzwords -
- Get practical information on how to develop your organization's mobile commerce application - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- Get practical strategies to build a solid plan for profitability and success - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- Delve into technologies and business issues around mobile payments and wallets - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- Learn how to enage customers through mobility - Mobile Commerce World - Mobile Commerce World
- How to Start Your Big Data Journey
- Meeting the Unilever eScience Challenges: To out-compute is to out-compete
- Smarter Mobile Security: Securing BYOD
- Accelerate Agility Now: WebSphere Application Server v8.5.5 Overview
- Intelligent Management of WAS Applications: Reduce Cost, Complexity, and Errors
This Week's Issue
- Metzler: The 2013 Application and Service Delivery Handbook
- Comparison of Cisco and ShoreTel Unified Communication Solutions
- Don't Get Stuck on Your Virtualization Journey: Where to Focus Next
- How Virtualization is Key to Managing Risk
- Real World Considerations for Implementing Desktop Virtualization eBook