Becoming a Cognitive Business with IBM Analytics

| January 3, 2016

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For the past several years, the IT industry has been re-ordered, driven by simultaneous developments in data, analytics, cloud, mobile, social media, and the Internet of Things. At the same time, business leaders have shifted their reliance upon gut instinct for decision making to new forms of business value by becoming data-driven, which is enabling them to reinvent professions and transform their industry with data. Together, these shifts, underpinned by a foundation on data-driven insights are propelling companies into the next business era, where they interact with data to reason, adapt and continuously learn. Once again, IBM is leading the world to this new era of computing: the cognitive era. An era where all data is turned from obstacle to opportunity, and where we can tackle some of the most enduring systemic issues facing our planet in an iterative and rapid fashion. These issues range from cancer and climate change to an increasingly interconnected global economy

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