Pervasive Intelligence Now

Enabling Game-Changing Outcomes in the Age of Exponential Data
 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 8. Oktober 2018
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  • 112 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-55886-6 (ISBN)
 
This book looks at strategies to help companies become more intelligent, connected, and agile. It discusses how companies can define and measure high-impact outcomes and use effectively analytics technology to achieve them. It also looks at the technology needed to implement the analytics necessary to achieve high-impact outcomes--from both analytics tool and technical infrastructure perspective. Also discussed are ancillary, but critical, topics such as data security and governance that may not traditionally be a part of analytics discussions but are essential in helping companies maintain a secure environment for their analytics and access the quality data they need to gain critical insights and drive better decision-making.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Newark
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  • USA
John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • 4,28 MB
978-1-119-55886-6 (9781119558866)
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Anu Jain joined Teradata in 2017 and is responsible for leading the Americas Think Big Organization. His focus is on creating enhanced business outcomes through tailored solution delivery. He is a seasoned services and sales leader with over 20 years of experience in technology consulting organizations. Prior to Teradata, Anu led the Media, Entertainment and Cable industry segment for IBM; a $1.5 billion plus P&L. Anu was also the cofounder of Janus, a Tax& Treasury Analytics Solutions business with Agile analytics and Big Data Solutions for the Office of the CFO. Prior to Janus, Anu was a Leader at Deloitte leading their Business Intelligence and IM practices as well as serving as the Chief People Officer of their Technology Services business in North America. He has a BS in Operations Industrial Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • Intro
  • Pervasive Intelligence Now
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Meeting the Challenge: Making Intelligence Pervasive to Drive High-Impact Outcomes
  • They Will Embrace New Technologies
  • They Will Get Connected
  • They Will Be Agile
  • What's Ahead
  • Part I Strategies to Make Intelligence Pervasive
  • Chapter 1 Achieving High-Impact Outcomes-An Overview
  • The Right Data
  • The Right Technical Architecture and Environment
  • Operational Excellence
  • Driving High-Impact Outcomes with Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 2 New Metrics for Intelligence-Information Yield
  • Information Yield-The Journey from 2D to 3D in Analytics
  • The Third Dimension
  • Three Foundational Steps to Drive Transformation
  • Big Data and its Impact on Information Yield
  • Decentralize and Orchestrate
  • Have a Plan
  • Information Yield and Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 3 The Cloud-The Foundation for Pervasive Intelligence
  • Clouds-What's Best for You?
  • Choosing the Right Vendor Partner to Help You Fulfill the Promise of the Cloud
  • The Cloud-Not Optional for Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 4 Perpetual Connectivity-Digital Supply Networks
  • DSNs Defined
  • DSNs-What They Can Do for You
  • DSN Challenges
  • The Benefits of a DSN Illustrated
  • DSNs and the Realization of Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 5 Intelligence Analytics and Cognitive Design-The Human Factor in Pervasive Intelligence
  • Why Cognitive Design?
  • Water Seeks the Path of Least Resistance
  • Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch
  • Tell a Story That Surprises Them
  • Think Big/Dream Big
  • Fail Fast
  • Putting It Together
  • Cognitive Design-The Human Factor in Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 6 You Are Only as Good as Your Data
  • Consolidate Data
  • Secure and Govern
  • The Rising Need for a Chief Data Officer
  • Pervasive Intelligence and Data Governance
  • Chapter 7 The Data Security Awakening
  • Data Security: A Question of Managing Risk
  • Understanding the Value of Data Security
  • National and International Data Security Protections
  • The General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act
  • New York State
  • China
  • Pervasive Intelligence and Data Security
  • Part II Technology to Achieve Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 8 The Evolution of Data Lakes as a Fundamental Part of a New Ecosystem Architecture
  • Changes in Data Dictate Changes in Storage Technology
  • Advantages of Data Lakes
  • Ingestion
  • Preparation
  • Discovery
  • Clear Benefits
  • Data Lakes and Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 9 Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning-The Future of Pervasive Intelligence
  • The Power of (Artificial) Intelligence
  • It Changes the Way You Operate
  • It Changes the Way You Make Decisions
  • It Changes How You View and Interact with Your Customers
  • AI in Practice
  • The Future of AI in Finance and Insurance
  • AI in Retail
  • AI in Manufacturing/Supply Chain
  • Machine Learning-The Star of Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning Algorithms
  • Supervised Learning
  • Unsupervised Learning
  • Hybrid Algorithms-The Best of Both Worlds
  • Two Caveats
  • Optimizing Machine Learning Efforts
  • Let the Business Lead the Way
  • Communicate the Power of the Technology
  • Keep the Dream in Mind
  • Pair Technology and Humans for Optimal Outcomes
  • AI and Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 10 Analytics Operations to Enable Pervasive Intelligence
  • Operationalizing Analytics
  • Good Data
  • An Iterative, Business-Led Development Ecosystem
  • Self-Service Analytics That Fit All (or Most) Users
  • Embedding AnalyticOps Throughout the Organization
  • AnalyticOps Differentiates Itself from Traditional Development
  • A Guide to Embedding AnalyticOps
  • AnalyticOps in Action
  • AnalyticOps to Enable Pervasive Intelligence
  • Chapter 11 Intelligent Clouds-Combining the Cloud and Analytics to Realize Pervasive Intelligence
  • The Intelligent Cloud
  • The Benefits of Intelligence
  • Pervasive Intelligence via the Intelligent Cloud
  • Conclusion
  • Index
  • EULA

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