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17 May 2017 IBM and Rensselaer Team To Research Chronic Diseases With Cognitive Computing [63559]
IBM, May 17th 2017

IBM and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute announced the creation of the new Center for Health Empowerment by Analytics, Learning, and Semantics (HEALS). Located on the Rensselaer campus, the HEALS center is a five-year collaborative research effort aimed at researching how the application of advanced cognitive computing capabilities can help people to understand and improve their own health conditions.

"This collaboration between Rensselaer and IBM, which combines our significant research strengths in cognitive computing, could generate insights which will aid clinicians with more effective treatments for individual patients and overall efficiencies in the health care system," said Shirley Ann Jackson, president of Rensselaer. "In this expansion of our long-standing research partnership with IBM, I am pleased that HEALS will advance preventive health care."
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16 May 2017 Indegene and Microsoft announce strategic alliance to deliver new life-sciences-focused business applications [63567]
Microsoft, May 16th 2017

Indegene (, a global healthcare solutions provider, and Microsoft Corp. are collaborating to deliver the next generation of commercial cloud applications to life sciences. Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales will combine with the Indegene Omnipresence platform to create a modern, mobile, multichannel CRM solution specifically for sales and medical representatives to better engage healthcare practitioners. The solution will help simplify digital content development and management as well as provide in-line analytics and optimization to support the representatives and improve the customer experience.
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16 May 2017 IBM and Nutanix Launch Hyperconverged Initiative to bring Enterprises into the Cognitive Era [63571]
Nutanix, May 16th 2017

IBM and Nutanix announced a multi-year initiative to bring new workloads to hyperconverged deployments.

The integrated offering aims to combine Nutanix's Enterprise Cloud Platform software with IBM Power Systems, to deliver a turnkey hyperconverged solution targeting critical workloads in large enterprises. The partnership plans to deliver a full-stack combination with built-in AHV virtualization for a simple experience within the datacenter.

In today's technology landscape, processing real-time information is necessary but not sufficient. Being able to react in real-time used to give enterprises a competitive advantage, but this approach no longer guarantees happy customers. The value has now migrated to the ability to rapidly gather large amounts of data, quickly crunch and predict what's likely to happen next - using a combination of analytics, cognitive skills, machine learning and more. This is the start of the insight economy.
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14 May 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [63176]
Vol 231 Issue 1 ; Vol 230 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 229 Issues 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • U.S. Government Cracks Down On Illegal Bitcoin Money Transmitters
  • What Is This HDMI ARC Port on My TV?
  • All-Flash, All-Disk Or Hybrid?
  • 1 In 4 Banks Struggle With Online Customer Verification
  • Career Advice: Moving Into DevOps
  • 13 Interview Tips To Land That Job
  • 7 Steps To Fight Ransomware
  • Top 10 AI And Machine Learning Data Storage Trends
  • A 'World First' Fusion Reactor Just Created Its First Plasma
  • Why Human + AI Partnerships Will Deliver The Best Customer Experiences

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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14 May 2017 Many Firms Struggle To Use Customer Data Effectively [63201]
Digital Insurance, May 3rd 2017

"Organizations continue to pour money into big data and analytics to better understand customers, but in many cases there remains a large gap between customer expectations and what organizations are really providing," notes David Weldon in Digital Insurance.

"That is one of the findings of a new study by Researchscape, which looked at brand loyalty in the age of big data. The study revealed that 'despite a wealth of data available about customer behavior and purchasing choices, companies have a long way to go in terms of effectively using this data to better meet customer expectations.'..."
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