Posts by Amy Hodler
It’s that time of year. We’re busy finishing up all those loose ends that were to be done “before the end of the year” as well as juggling family and holiday plans. Despite the usual frenetic start, I really enjoy this time of year because once we slow down just a bit, most people are [...]
The week before last we had our first Influencer Summit in San Jose, CA that brought together analysts, bloggers and trusted advisors. I really enjoyed Frank Wilikinson’s blog from the event regarding something we heard a lot that day, You Guys Do That?! This got me to thinking about the unexpected and another comment that [...]
Yesterday, HDS announced our roadmap for the information cloud to help customers transform data so it can be better used as a strategic asset with the goal of fostering more business insight and innovation. Miki Sandorfi, our Chief Strategy Officer for Cloud, also explained yesterday in his post how our 3-tier strategy builds—starting from infrastructure [...]
The trends are clear and spectacular. We create, collect and store an immense amount of data and information at an exponential rate.
Last week I posted a review of the definitions and differences of data, information, knowledge and wisdom (DIKW) on this blog. I wanted to continue that thread to look at why it’s important to understand these sometimes-subtle distinctions.
It’s no wonder we have so much buzz around Big Data: we’ve reached a tipping point, which Michael Hay discussed in a previous blog post on how ‘Big Data Is Turning Content Into Appreciating Assets.’ I find news of discoveries and innovation based on massive amounts of data pretty inspiring, and, as you can imagine, [...]
I’m an idea junkie: deconstruct an old one or give me a new one and I’m happy. That might be why the team asked me to introduce our new blog. We all have good and great ideas and the only way to know the difference and capitalize on them is to share.