Cloud

July 6, 2017

How Wimbledon is using IBM Watson AI to power highlights, analytics and enriched fan experiences

As the official IT consultant to Wimbledon for 28 years, IBM delivers new levels of engagement for attendees and 70 million online fans. Watson is analyzing 22 years of data and 53,713,514 tennis data points. A Watson-powered digital assistant helps fans around the venue.

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June 21, 2017

IBM Watson at VivaTech 2017: AI trends, new Watson-powered startups and more

The VivaTech Conference was back in Paris from June 15-17 this year, drawing 50,000 tech leaders, innovators and tech-lovers from around the world. The IBM team showcased how Watson is at work in the world today, and also introduced 9 startups that are already building with Watson's APIs in various industries around the world.

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April 10, 2017

Beyond the Cloud: Why businesses need a truly cloud-first strategy

Key Points: – Facilitate rapid growth through scalability with Cloud – Helps protect against costly data breaches – Gives businesses the ability to innovate and experiment – How Xerox, IBM and The Weather Company are putting the cloud to work Explore our cloud-powered APIs Businesses have long since woken up to the need for cloud computing. An estimated 95% […]

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December 5, 2016

Unlocking the value of cloud & cognitive capabilities: Empower employees with insights

In today’s data-driven marketplace, a next-gen enterprise search and content analytics platform is critical to businesses across industries. Is your business taking advantage of ALL the data available to you whether it lives in the cloud or on premises? Companies are increasingly putting cloud technologies to work — but many of them are still missing […]

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April 14, 2016

How innovative organizations are using cognitive technology to disrupt markets

According to a recent study conducted by IBM, 54% of CxOs expect more competition from outside their industry. That means, the challenger who today isn’t even a blip on the radar, could tomorrow be a significant disruptor in the market. For technology leaders in the C-suite, neutralizing that possibility means embracing a relentless focus on disruption […]

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