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July 19, 2012 No Comments

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How do you define Big Data?

During the conference IBM announced a new digital marketing system and big data software designed to help organizations gain actionable insights on the broadest range of data. The capabilities offer clients new ways to make sense of their data and use it in more thoughtful ways, with a particular focus on chief marketing, information, and financial officers who are increasingly on the front lines of a tidal wave of data across industries.

 


Anders Ynnerman: Visualizing the medical data explosion

Today medical scans produce thousands of images and terabytes of data for a single patient in mere seconds, but how do doctors parse this information and determine what’s useful? In this talk, scientific visualization expert Anders Ynnerman shows us sophisticated new tools — like virtual autopsies — for analyzing this myriad data, and a glimpse at some sci-fi-sounding medical technologies in development. This talk contains some graphic medical imagery.

 


What we learned from 5 million books

Have you played with Google Labs’ Ngram Viewer? It’s an addicting tool that lets you search for words and ideas in a database of 5 million books from across centuries. Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel show us how it works, and a few of the surprising things we can learn from 500 billion words.

 


Data Center Down! Behind the Scenes (High Availability & Disaster Recovery)

Watch this behind to scenes to see how Symantec put our high availability and disaster recovery technology to the ultimate test. We loaded a server rack with a multi-tier application stack including an Oracle database on Solaris and the application layer on Red Hat Enterprise Linux as primary data center. A disaster recovery site was set up on a second rack, our failover data center. The applications were clustered using Veritas Cluster Server. Veritas Replicator was set up to do data replication between the sites. And then the fun started, as we took our two “data centers” 18 stories up on a building in the heart of Silicon Valley and we dropped the primary rack off the roof. See how it seamlessly failed over to a recovery site.
Watch the 45 second fall: VIDEO

 


The F5 Dynamic Data Center

This video sets the stage for IT having to manage multiple networking challenges when faced with a natural disaster causing their data center to shut down. With careful planning, the evolution of the network and application delivery allows the single point of control to automate, provision and secure their virtual and cloud environments.

 


F5 Security Vignette: DNSSEC Wrapping

The dirty little secret of the Internet is how insecure DNS really is. The good news is, there’s a solution — DNSSEC. It secures the DNS query and response process. The F5 Security Vignette series looks at various security concerns, vulnerabilities and attacks which can cause headaches for Corporate IT and the business integrity overall.

 


Beth Noveck: Demand a more open-source government

What can governments learn from the open-data revolution? In this stirring talk, Beth Noveck, the former deputy CTO at the White House, shares a vision of practical openness — connecting bureaucracies to citizens, sharing data, creating a truly participatory democracy.

 


An Intelligent System for School Building Repairs

The Los Angeles Unified School District uses a simple crowdsourcing solution that lets students, teachers and other school staff quickly identify maintenance issues in need of repair using their mobile phones.

 

What is Cloud Computing

At the Web 2.0 Expo, we asked Tim O’Reilly, Dan Farber, Matt Mullenweg, Jay Cross, Brian Solis, Kevin Marks, Steve Gillmor, Jeremy Tanner, Maggie Fox, Tom McGovern, Sam Lawrence, Stowe Boyd, David Tebbutt, Dave McClure, Chris Carfi, Vamshi Krishna and Rod Boothby the same question: “What is Cloud Computing?”. Here’s what we got.

 

Infobright CEO Video Blog: Infobright in AdTech

Don DeLoach, Infobright CEO, discusses why so many companies involved in online and mobile advertising depend on Infobright to enable their customers to do fast ad-hoc analysis of their web advertising data.

 

Big Ideas: How Big is Big Data?

Patricia Florissi, Americas and EMEA CTO, narrates a hand-drawn animation that talks to the value EMC creates with its solutions bringing big data together with cloud computing.

 

RedHat: “The open source model can be applied in every industry”

Ruth Suehle is a senior editor at Red Hat, one of the biggest IT services company in the world, whose specificity is to mainly support the implementation and the maintenance of open source softwares and systems. According to Ruth, the open source model (no copyrights, free sharing of the knowledge and of the developped products, the importance of the community, etc.) is nowadays not limiter to the software industry. The automotive, chemical, transport or any other industry can apply the philosophy of open source in its own operations and in its own innovation processes. “This is a matter of sharing”, emphasizes Ruth Suehle. “Look at the open data wave which has hit the US, today. Sharing makes things faster and more efficient”. Although, it is true that companies which are not used to an open culture will have a hard time before really embracing the open source philosophy.

 

Humanizing Big Data with Alteryx

Big Data shouldn’t be about volume, variety, and velocity; it should be about real business value. Check out a new video by some of Alteryx’s thought leaders discussing how critical it is to make it easy to integrate Big Data sources with any other data, and add the analytics that will drive strategic decisions.

 

Power of Analytics – Jim Davis Explains

Learn the power of analytics and how it will benefit your organization. Jim Davis, Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer at SAS explains.

To learn more about the benefits of SAS Analytics, visit http://www.sas.com/technologies/analytics.

 

Why Splunk? Listen to your Data!

Godfrey Sullivan, Chairman and CEO of Splunk, gives you the essential overview of Splunk, the leading provider of software for real-time operational intelligence.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1eIAoAXhwc

 

Information Builders Customer-Facing Business Intelligence 2-Minute Explainer

Business intelligence solutions for providing data analysis tools to customers

 

What is Drupal? (in 57 seconds)

Is Drupal a CMS? Or is Drupal an Application Framework? Yes! This is a brief introduction to Drupal.

 

Enabling Faster Backups – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses why backups take so long, how Syncsort enables faster backups, and the benefits customers are seeing

 

Disaster Recovery Planning — Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses how fast the recovery process should be for organizations, what approaches are available, and what steps should be taken to plan for a disaster recovery scenario

 

Breaking down silos and enlightening teams

Breaking down silos through social collaboration has long been a vision of Socialtext. Not only silos across the enterprise but silos across applications. In this short video, Socialtext CEO Eugene Lee discusses what the combined Socialtext and Peoplefluent technologies mean for the enterprise.

 

Alfresco Software: New York Philharmonic

Video of how The New York Philharmonic is preserving history digitally using Alfresco Software. This documentary-style video describes how the Alfresco software platform is at the core of New York Philharmonic’s efforts at digitizing and archiving its collection of music scores and other assets from 1842 through today.

 

Alistair Rennie on becoming a social business

Alistair Rennie, general manager of social business at IBM, discusses what it means to become a social business, what makes for a successful social strategy, and how social improves the enterprise and customer relationships.


BP Logix Customer NEC Labs Shares Success in Implementing BPM Tool

Hear Sanjay Palnitkar, IT Manager at NEC Labs, share his success in implementing Process Director, a BPM solution from BP Logix. Palnitkar needed a cost-effective BPM technology to handle intellectual property (IP) for the Lab’s R&D Center. By using Process Director, NEC Labs has improved its workflows, streamlined and automated processes and created a core business system for the Lab—all without programming.

 

MultiPlan Uses BP Logix Process Director to Automate Business Processes

Listen to Lisa Campbell-Chau of MultiPlan, as she discusses her company’s selection of BP Logix Process Director. MultiPlan selected the product initially to improve its CapEx process, then moved on to Software Project Authorization and Asset Disposal. As a result of deploying Process Director, MultiPlan has streamlined its business processes, improved reporting and visibility and saved time.

 

SERIES: PART 2: Backup in the Era of Big Data – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses the impact of Big Data on backups and offers his advice around emerging techniques and approaches for handling the increasing volume and velocity of data.

 

SERIES: PART 1: Snapshots as Disruptive Technology – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher shares his views on snapshot technology, the advantages snapshots offer, and why they haven’t taken off quite yet as a leading data protection technique

 

IBM powers SHOP.CA’s e-marketplace platform

Canada’s largest online shopping mall, is using analytics software from IBM to piece together information about visitors to their emarketplace — from posts and online and mobile purchases — to help engage them in a unique shopping experience, and build loyalty and a sense of community.

 

LEO BURNETT CHOOSES PROCESS DIRECTOR TO ENHANCE ITS BUSINESS PROCESSES

Process Director is web-based workflow and BPM software that enables employees at Leo Burnett to automate their agency estimating process, providing business process automation without programming. BP Logix’ Process Timeline technology makes business processes predictable, offering a unique modeling capability that measures and anticipates process execution times.

 

The BI Chocolate Cake Problem

 

Taming the Big Data Tidal Wave

Author Bill Franks, Chief Analytics Officer for Teradata’s global alliance programs, outlines what it takes to build an organizational climate and culture where analytics can thrive.

 

Enabling Faster Backups – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses why backups take so long, how Syncsort enables faster backups, and the benefits customers are seeing

 

Disaster Recovery Planning — Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses how fast the recovery process should be for organizations, what approaches are available, and what steps should be taken to plan for a disaster recovery scenario

 

Breaking down silos and enlightening teams

Breaking down silos through social collaboration has long been a vision of Socialtext. Not only silos across the enterprise but silos across applications. In this short video, Socialtext CEO Eugene Lee discusses what the combined Socialtext and Peoplefluent technologies mean for the enterprise.

 

Alfresco Software: New York Philharmonic

Video of how The New York Philharmonic is preserving history digitally using Alfresco Software. This documentary-style video describes how the Alfresco software platform is at the core of New York Philharmonic’s efforts at digitizing and archiving its collection of music scores and other assets from 1842 through today.

 

BP Logix Customer NEC Labs Shares Success in Implementing BPM Tool

Hear Sanjay Palnitkar, IT Manager at NEC Labs, share his success in implementing Process Director, a BPM solution from BP Logix. Palnitkar needed a cost-effective BPM technology to handle intellectual property (IP) for the Lab’s R&D Center. By using Process Director, NEC Labs has improved its workflows, streamlined and automated processes and created a core business system for the Lab—all without programming.

 

MultiPlan Uses BP Logix Process Director to Automate Business Processes

Listen to Lisa Campbell-Chau of MultiPlan, as she discusses her company’s selection of BP Logix Process Director. MultiPlan selected the product initially to improve its CapEx process, then moved on to Software Project Authorization and Asset Disposal. As a result of deploying Process Director, MultiPlan has streamlined its business processes, improved reporting and visibility and saved time.

 

SERIES: PART 2: Backup in the Era of Big Data – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher discusses the impact of Big Data on backups and offers his advice around emerging techniques and approaches for handling the increasing volume and velocity of data.

 

SERIES: PART 1: Snapshots as Disruptive Technology – Syncsort Data Protection Insights

Syncsort’s Senior Product Specialist Peter Eicher shares his views on snapshot technology, the advantages snapshots offer, and why they haven’t taken off quite yet as a leading data protection technique

 

IBM powers SHOP.CA’s e-marketplace platform

Canada’s largest online shopping mall, is using analytics software from IBM to piece together information about visitors to their emarketplace — from posts and online and mobile purchases — to help engage them in a unique shopping experience, and build loyalty and a sense of community.

 

LEO BURNETT CHOOSES PROCESS DIRECTOR TO ENHANCE ITS BUSINESS PROCESSES

Process Director is web-based workflow and BPM software that enables employees at Leo Burnett to automate their agency estimating process, providing business process automation without programming. BP Logix’ Process Timeline technology makes business processes predictable, offering a unique modeling capability that measures and anticipates process execution times.

 

The BI Chocolate Cake Problem

 

Taming the Big Data Tidal Wave

Author Bill Franks, Chief Analytics Officer for Teradata’s global alliance programs, outlines what it takes to build an organizational climate and culture where analytics can thrive.

 

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