Olivier Blanchard » big data

It's interesting to watch people's reactions when I bring up IBM and "mobile" in the same sentence outside of work. The average person probably still thinks of IBM as being a computer company, a hardware company. The images IBM evokes for them first are probably the logo, then some notion of a compu ...
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Today, I though I would show you something cool again, and pretty different from the sort of stuff that you usually hear about when people like me talk about new tech or clever business practices. You have probably noticed that I spend a good deal of time thinking and talking about cloud computing, ...
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There's so much stuff going on and so much information about a million different news items being shared all day long that sometimes, big changes in the world don't necessarily make headline news. As you know, I've been spending a little more time recently digging into the world of innovation, par ...
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I wrestled with the idea of starting a new series in parallel to The CMO and the Cloud called The Entrepreneur and the Cloud, but in the interest of keeping our conversation about the cloud's impact on business (and our lives and... well... everything) nice and streamlined, I opted instead to just i ...
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The CMO and the Cloud, Part 7: the #CloudTalk interview

Instead of reading a 20,000 word post today, watch (or listen to) my #CloudTalk interview with Daniel Newman and Brian Fanzo. We discussed, among other things, the impact that technology is having on the marketing profession (particularly the cloud and the capabilities it brings to organizations - ...
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I was tempted to include this post in our The CMO and The Cloud series, but as this touches on more than what the CMO does, let's keep it adjacent but separate. Nothing super complex today. I am working on a few deep dives into social business integration pieces and bizdev/CMO posts involving ops a ...
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So I am sitting in a dark room the size of twenty batcaves, surrounded by what seems like 10,000 people quietly seating in their chairs, and for the last five minutes, the guy doing his bit on the stage has been running through a demo of what can be done with Big Data using IBM-powered technology. A ...
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