Analytics

SAS exposes the contradictions in Analytics and the true nature of AI

By |2018-12-03T11:46:07+00:008 November 2018|Analysis, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence|

At its AX (Analytics Experience) event in Milan, the focus of SAS was on data and AI. Unsurprisingly, SAS delivered research it had commissioned that reinforced the importance of analytics – notably that: 72% of respondents recognised the benefits of analytics Only 39% use it to inform strategy (with 35% using analytics for tactical projects [...]

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AI in the docks: Are the believers forgetting something?

By |2018-06-09T16:06:46+00:009 June 2018|Analysis, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence|

A hot topic in technology right now is Artificial Intelligence (AI). Many will have seen Google's recent Duplex demo or the work that IBM has been doing in healthcare. Vendor keynotes have been packed with AI capabilities and customer success stories. However, there are some other stories that should sound a note of caution, and [...]

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Why two heads are better than one for IBM and Salesforce in AI

By |2017-03-09T13:23:11+00:009 March 2017|Analysis, Analytics, Partner Ecosystems, Software Development|

On Monday 6th March 2017, IBM and Salesforce announced they will form a strategic partnership centred on their Artificial Intelligent (AI) and cognitive computing products: IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein. While many of the details around the integration are unclear this is neither a one sided, nor a Marketing announcement.  A strategic relationship for strategic [...]

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IBM QRadar targets bad user behaviour

By |2016-10-17T10:52:10+00:0027 July 2016|Analytics, IT operations and system management, Security|

In December 2015 IBM opened up its security analytics platform IBM Security QRadar. The goal was to encourage customers, developers and third-parties to build custom applications to take advantage of the platform. It also announced the IBM Security App Exchange where companies could create, share and get new applications based on IBM's security technologies. The [...]

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IBM’s Elementary Move in Cyber Security

By |2016-10-17T10:52:13+00:0011 May 2016|Analysis, Analytics, Security|

Watson finally gets to play Holmes IBM has announced plans to strengthen its security product line with Watson for Cyber Security. Augmented skills: a new path towards closing the gap Part of the challenge for many companies when it comes to cyber security has been the lack of staff. Even when they do find qualified [...]

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CIC Mid-term Roundup 2015

By |2016-10-17T10:52:17+00:0025 June 2015|Analytics, Cloud, Internet of Things, Mainframe, Mobile, Platforms and Operating Systems, Storage|

Late spring is always a busy time for conferences and events, and it sometimes feels that we are away more often than we are back in the office. Having said that, these events are the lifeblood of what we as analysts do, and it offers us an opportunity to identify the trend, issues and opportunities [...]

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