IOD 2012: Notes from the major topic keynotes
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Business analytics II: Achieving your biggest goals | 1:13:34
IBM Business Analytics General Manager Les Rechan introduces the keynote by noting that AnalyticsZone can show you how to establish an analytics center of excellence; this site offers more insight. And for more help, Rechan highlights the newly commissioned book 5 Steps to Business Analytics Program Success. Then, IBM Business Analytics VP Mychelle Mollot comes on to explain that organizations that drive the most impact through analytics are the ones who have embedded data into the fabric of the business. She explains how to do this in four functional areas -- customer, operational, risk, and finance analytics; some IBM clients demonstrate real-world efforts in those areas. Centerstone Research Institute's Tom Doub, Nationwide's Chris Nicholas, and Qualcomm's Robert Loreto comprise the panel that answers questions from the audience. IBM Business Analytics Director Doug Barton explains disclosure management. IBM Fellow, VP, CTO for Analytics Brenda Dietrich holds the audience's attention by talking about analytics work in the IBM labs, including visualization, cloud, social media, and new thinking about the analytics marketplace -- IBM Business Analytics Product Specialist Jason Salares demos the capabilities to make this happen.
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Business analytics: Data is the new "oil" | 1:15:48
IBM Business Analytics General Manager Les Rechan introduces the keynote explaining that data is the new fuel for competitiveness. Head of Business Analytics Products Deepak Advani notes that when you start with analytics, it has to be ALL the data you have access to. IBM Business Analytics Product Marketing Director Harriet Fryman delivers a scenario of a telecom company that needs to discover why it's revenues are declining quarter on quarter; she provides demonstrations of how the company can use its data to understand what is happening and figure out potential solutions to the problem. Then, IBM Business Analytics Product Specialist Jason Salares continues the scenario to show how the decision-management part of the solution actually works, on a oper
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Information Management: Simplify the process, do more with less | 1:04:32
IBM VP Worldwide Information Management Development Martin Wildberger "jumps" the gap between opportunity and the challenges facing industry as it struggles to simplify data management, optimize software and hardware to reduce costs, and accelerate the drive to data into trusted information. IBM Fellow and IBM VP and CTO for Database Servers Curt Cotner identifies the business need to do more with less and delivers some existing solutions that make it possible to do more real-time analytics, shorten the time required to deploy solutions, and apply expert integrated systems to manage complexity. IBM VP PureData Product Management and Marketing Phil Francisco describes the newest product in the PureSystems Family, IBM PureData System (for Transactions, for Analytics, and for Operational Analytics) built to deliver data services that accommodate transactional to analytics processing, high scalability and high availability, all in an ecomonical, expert way.
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ECM: Keeping massive amounts of content under control | 1:03:07
IBM Enterprise Content Management Business Leader Doug Hunt talks about the sheer volume of content -- 2.5 quintillion bytes created daily -- and the task of controlling, leveraging, and managing content in all its forms. He describes IBM technology that delivers content-based insight that allows companies to recognize trends and predict outcomes. IBM VP of Enterprise Content Management Products and Strategy Ken Bisconti takes up the topic of how to enable users to manage their own content, deploy it to mobile environments, extend its use to new contexts, and internationalize it for consumption worldwide.
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