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CMOD – The Bridge to Big Data, Part 2

Today’s Post by: Harvey Gross, V.P. World-Wide Sales, Crawford Technologies, Inc. In my last blog post, we made the case for IBM’s Content Manager on Demand (CMOD) place in the Big Data discussion. Because CMOD is the archive for invoices, bills, statements and other vital business documents that are exact copies of business transactions, the […]

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CMOD – The Bridge to Big Data Analytics

Production-level, transaction records – generally printed reports, statements, invoices and other documents lack the traditional “field and record” layout as well as the parameters needed to specifically identify and classify them. The data within these documents can be described as semi-structured or loosely-structured and experts estimate that it represents more than 80% of the data […]

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Turn Archived Information Into Big Data and Analytical Assets

Datawatch Extends IBM Content Manager OnDemand to Help Unlock Value of Data Many of the decision support, compliance, reporting and operational issues that businesses face are not efficiently solved with complex database query tools or data warehouses. The answers, more often than not, lie in an organization’s transactional content. These reports, statements and correspondence – […]

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The Circle of Life in Big Data, Analytics, the Cloud and CMOD

IBM has thousands of archive and retrieval customers using CM OnDemand (CMOD), the largest of which has over 33 petabytes under management, with many others in the same size range. One of these customers was ordered to prove that they hadn’t been overcharging their customers in fees and wanted 10 years of VISA statements (classic […]

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Getting started with Hadoop on the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise

It couldn’t be easier to set up your Hadoop cluster on the IBM SmartCloud Enterprise. It’s also fast! For example, a three-node Hadoop cluster can be up and running in less than 30 minutes.

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