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Jessica Colaco from iHub, a leading Kenyan startup incubator, discusses the role entrepreneurs are playing in growing innovation in East Africa.
Victor Kyalo, CEO of the Kenya ICT Board, discusses how public and private sector partnerships are driving East African innovation and economic growth.
What is it like to be an entrepreneur in Africa? In this video, Julian Kyula, CEO and Founder of MoDe, 2012 IBM Global Entrepreneur of the Year, talks about his experience starting a technology business in Kenya. Learn about the challenges Julian faced, how being part of a global ecosystem helped expand his business to other countries and his thoughts about the growing African technology industry.
See this video by Marcus Collins, Gartner Research Director.
Big Data, volume, velocity and variety, is game-changing technology that will drive rapid changes in infrastructure, analytics and business strategies.
Learn more about the 2013 Gartner Catalyst event here: http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/catalyst/.
This video explains the challenges created by big data that Hadoop addresses efficiently. You will learn why traditional enterprise model fails to address the Variety, Volume, and Velocity challenges created by Big Data and why creation of Hadoop was required.
Sr. NetBackup Product Manager, Vesna Vrdoljak, discusses how enterprises can use their existing database and data warehous infrastructures in conjunciton with data refining technologies to drive better business decisions.
What They Did and How They Did It. Watch this video to learn how IBM helped Air Canada in its self-service journey.View the full story here.
According to IBM’s 2012 Tech Trends Report, more than two-thirds of respondents noted Cloud Computing as being strategically important to their enterprise. In this video, Scott Hebner, IBM Vice President Cloud Computing, discusses the cloud computing skills gap and the specific business needs for workers who can design, build and manage cloud based applications. Hebner also describes the various ways people can obtain these cloud computing skills. Join the skills gap conversation on twitter using #IBMTechTrends or #skillsgap.