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Analytics for Human Information: Airport Protection with 24/7 Automated Intelligent Surveillance

HP20140317977.jpgA short while ago, a 16-year-old runaway successfully breached San Jose Airport’s security and gained entry into a plane which eventually took off with the illegal passenger on board. According to a news article from San Jose Mercury News, San Jose Airport’s spokesperson, Rosemary Barnes said that cameras did not capture the perimeter breach…

 

Read on to learn about HP's Surveillance solutions for airports.

Analytics for Human Information: Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford-New Clinical Insights

LPCH_Stanford.pngLucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, ranked as number #1 in Northern California by U.S. News & World Report survey of Best Children’s Hospitals, is on a mission to transform healthcare with critical intelligence derived from their massive collection of clinical data.

Analytics for Human Information: Big Data, Oil and the Romans

34417798_thumbnail.jpgThere's an interesting similarity I made late the other night between big data, oil fracking and the Roman lead mines of Weardale, near where I grew up....

Analytics for Human Information: OneHP—More Exciting Opportunities

HP Discover Logo.pngThis month has been very busy from the angle of OneHP! I’m excited about three opportunities that have resulted from our continuous focus on being more integrated across every HP Business Unit...

 

Read on to get more information on what's happening at HP Discover!

Analytics for Human Information: Winning Fans’ Hearts, Minds, and Dollars, Lap After Lap

HAVEn_Nascar_v7.jpgIn the fast-paced world of auto racing NASCAR is a preeminent provider of exciting, competitive, heart-pounding entertainment and NASCAR’s fans are amongst the most loyal of any media channel.  And yet, even NASCAR realizes that on race day, viewer interests and preferences can change faster than a hot pit crew…

 

Learn how NASCAR’s Fan and Media Engagement Center provides NASCAR in real timea holistic view of what fans are interested in.

Analytics for Human Information: Did somebody say “TopCoder”?

top coder.pngInnovation is alive and kicking at HP! With our latest release of updates to the platform that we like to call “The OS for Human Information”—also known as HP IDOL OnDemand—we’re providing more capabilities to developers...

Analytics for Human Information: HP IDOL 10.6 just released: a story of something bigger

HP IDOL 10, released under HP’s stewardship, reflects in many ways the transformation that has occurred under HP.  IDOL 10 is fundamentally different from Autonomy IDOL 7 in the same way that HP Autonomy as a company differs...

 

Keep reading to learn more about HP IDOL 10.6

Analytics for Human Information: Fore! Sentiment is not all positive or negative

fore.jpgIn the lead up to the Masters Golf Tournament, I was watching highlights from last year and listening to the talking heads discuss the favorites for this year’s event...

 

Keep reading to learn the secret to scoring a sentiment hole-in-one.

Analytics for Human Information: HP’s HAVEn - Delivering Operational Omniscience through Big Data

oo-blog.pngThis week, I co-paneled the closing keynote for the Intergovernmental Technology Conference (ITC) East in Harrisburg, PA.  The panel consisted of...

 

Join us as Chris Surdak discusses the relevance of Big Data in the world of state governments, and how changes in society are altering the landscape for government agencies.

Analytics for Human Information: HP wins Best Video Analytics - Live from ISC West

“How come I didn’t know about this?”

This statement has been constantly repeated by those who have visited our stand here at the ISC West show in Las Vegas.  Many of them are already HP partners or familiar users—and yet, everyone is shocked that they didn’t know about...

 

Analytics for Human Information: Putting the puzzle together for effective risk assessment

HP Surveillance.jpgThere is a fine line between triggering a false alarm and advertising a real threat.  The split-second decision could have drastic consequences and costly repercussions.  As the pressure to deliver...

Analytics for Human Information: The New Top Ten Myths of Big Data - Myth #10

Big Data Myth #10.jpgAs I prepared to wrap up this ten-part blog series, I quickly reviewed all of the prior nine posts for The New Top Ten Myths of Big Data.  We covered a lot of ground over those posts, and I’m happy to see that each of those prior posts are as relevant today as they were when I started this series—if not more...

Analytics for Human Information: Is 90 percent of your clinical data missing in action?

From the minute a patient checks into a hospital to the time he or she checks out, meticulous records are kept of the patient’s journey through the healthcare system.   In addition to the standard transactional records such as claims, medications...

Analytics for Human Information: The New Top 10 Myths of Big Data - Myth #9

big-data-analytics.jpgIn myth #8, I emphasized that the “what” questions are much less relevant and much less valuable than the “why” questions. We have spent decades asking “what” questions, and most organizations have become pretty good at...

Analytics for Human Information: The New Top 10 Myths of Big Data - Myth #8

IDOL.jpgWelcome to 2014, and welcome back to The New Top Ten Myths of Big Data. Last month, we left off with Myth #7, where I emphasized that there is at least as much value in using big data tools and techniques to analyze the processes within your business as there is in analyzing your customers. In this installment, I hope to further clarify how to ...

Analytics for Human Information: Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) in Analytics

According to Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers’ report on Internet Trends,   “mobile users reach for their phones approximately 150 times per day!”  One of the driving forces behind the need to stay connected is FOMO (Fear of Missing Out).   May it be a great de...

 

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Analytics for Human Information: Staying One Step Ahead of Predictive Analytics

I attended a Big Data event in Miami recently. While working at the booth and listening to presentations, it became clear that Predictive Analytics was the hot topic. IDOL seemed to intrigue people based on its ability to uncover breaking topics by making new clusters available. But there was some skept...

 

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Analytics for Human Information: Optimize Information Categorization with HP IDOL

Conceptual search has the amazing ability of providing insight into information that may not, at face value, seem to hold anything special. People often talk about how with conceptual search you can discover things in your data that you didn’t even know to look for in the first place. It’s an exciting, game-changing prospect, no doubt, but for now I want to talk about the less sexy, but eq...

 

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Analytics for Human Information: The New Top Ten Myths of Big Data - Myth #7

The vast majority of discussion regarding the value of Big Data seems to be customer-centric.  That is, the focus of the analytics, and the resulting business value, seems to be upon customers; almost myopically so. 

This isn’t too surprising for a variety of reasons.  First, there is a strong connection between customer behavior and comp...

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Analytics for Human Information: Keyview Android

You may remember from my last blog entry that I wanted to use this space to tell you more about the outcomes of the hack-a-thons we’ve been running. To recap, we are running some hack-a-thons around our core HP IDOL product, and the focus is creating data-driven applications. One day durat...

 

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Analytics for Human Information: Marketing Solutions for the Media Industry

IronMan.jpgA short while ago, I attended a customer meeting concerning marketing in the media industry.  In this consumer oriented space, one of the big ticket marketing budget items is advertising. This is especially true for companies intending to reach their target markets through network tele...

 

Analytics for Human Information: New Top Ten Myths of Big Data - Myth #6

As I mentioned in Myth #5, many organizations feel particularly challenged by the design and deployment of their Big Data environment.  Indeed, the technical challenges are not trivial. To succeed in this initial step you have to bring together a team of people with a wide range of skills and experience.  If you are one of the few who have built a working analytics environment, congratulations. But now you are probably looking for more people with even rarer skills and experience.

Analytics for Human Information: Watson? So What?

As you might know, at HP Autonomy, we have some of the world’s leading edge technology to help you engage with information, specifically Human Information—the kind of stuff human beings create and can interpret, but that machines struggle with.

Analytics for Human Information: Enterprise Search Summit

This week, I’ll be joining global search, information management, and IT leaders at the Enterprise Search Summit in ESSFallLogo.pngWashington. This conference, held November 6-8, will address the changing information landscape that’s increasing your enterprise search requirements.

Analytics for Human Information: New Top Ten Myths of Big Data - Myth #5

New Big Data Myth #5 is near and dear to me, as it in many ways is a review of my career in IT and consulting.  While to many people this myth may seem new, and in some ways it is, at its heart this myth is the same old paradigm wrapped up in shiny new rhetoric.  But no matter how many hashtags you apply to the newest coolest, technology, some business issues will come up again and again.

Analytics for Human Information: CIOs vs CMOs: Who’s Biggest on Big Data?

Alec Wagner is an associate editor for the Discover Performance blog.

 

Much like BYOD and SaaS, Big Data is infiltrating enterprises by making an end-run around IT. IDC forecasts that by 2016, LOB executives will be directly involved in 80 percent of new IT investments. As vendors make inroads by selling to LOBs—and getting chief marketing officers (CMOs) to sign the contracts—Big Data initiatives are as likely to be born in marketing as they are in IT. For CMOs, being able to extract sentiment analysis from unstructured data is a huge step forward, but central IT still has a role to play in the Big Data quest for customer insight.

 

To find out how this new environment is changing the roles of IT and marketing/LOBs, HP Discover Performance is hosting a webcast that brings a CIO and CMO together for a frank discussion of Big Data. Who should have control? 

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  • With over 15 years’ experience in product marketing and sales with enterprise software companies, Becky brings considerable expertise to HP’s Information Archiving product marketing team. In her role, she is responsible for cultivating go-to-market strategy, messaging, and content. Becky enjoys working with clients, partners, and prospects to gain a better understanding of the information archiving needs, priorities, and issues affecting enterprises
  • Beth Demirjian leads HP Autonomy's digital strategy including search, social, mobile and email and has 15 years experience in enterprise software. She resides in San Diego, CA.
  • Chris Surdak is a Subject Matter Expert on Information Governance and eDiscovery for HP Autonomy. He has over 20 years of consulting and technology experience, and holds an MS from Wharton, a CISSP Master's Certificate from Villanova and a Juris Doctor from Taft Law School.
  • Claire Dominy is a Digital Marketing Manager at HP Autonomy and is currently based in Houston, TX.
  • Da Hye Huh serves as the Director of Product Marketing for Autonomy IDOL.
  • Dan Burke serves as a vice president of HP Software. He is in SME within Power and Emerging technologies, focused on HP Autonomy Explore and IDOL based solutions, such as multi-channel analytics and knowledge management.
  • David Brown is a Product Marketing Manager at HP Autonomy, where he leads product marketing for several of HP’s Information Governance solutions.
  • David Humphrey, CTO of Video Surveillance for HP Autonomy oversees operations for Video, pioneering intelligent video-analytic technologies for international installations. Mr Humphrey has over twenty years experience in advanced video-analytics, with seventeeen years on security applications, as a leading provider of security and surveillance solutions to defense agencies, governments and major corporations around the globe.
  • David Roy has over 27 years of experience in Software Engineering, with expertise in the areas of Digital Asset Management, Image Science and Image Processing. David led the HP MediaBin Development Team for over 15 years and now works in the HP Autonomy Professional Services group.
  • Dominic Brown is Vice President, Meaning Based Governance at Autonomy, Inc. At Autonomy, Brown employs his 15 years of legal and IT experience, along with Autonomy’s unique technology, to help organizations address challenges with eDiscovery, compliance, and records management.
  • Federico Grosso has over 15 years of international technology management experience and technology evangelization. Federico currently serves as HP´s Managing Director of HP Autonomy operations across Latin America. He is directly responsible for all aspects of HP Autonomy's business in the region and the positioning of the company´s innovation in the area of unstructured information.
  • Fernando Lucini has been with Autonomy since 2000 and serves as Chief Technology Officer. As Chief Technology Officer, based at Autonomy’s headquarters in Cambridge, UK, Mr Lucini is responsible for defining the overall technology vision and strategy for HP Autonomy including the long term product roadmap and evangelising to customers and to the rest of HP, overseeing and sponsoring some of the world’s largest and most complex information systems across a range of industries.
  • Gagan Bhatia serves as WW product marketing manager for Enterprise Data Protection software within HP Autonomy business unit. He has over 15 years of experience in developing and marketing enterprise software including archiving, data protection, and information management solutions. He is based in San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Gabriele Di Piazza is Vice President of Marketing Optimization for HP Autonomy. In this role, Gabriele leads a team responsible for the product marketing strategy and execution for a set of advanced marketing solutions. These include, digital experience management, web optimization, search engine marketing, rich media management, contact center management and marketing analytics.
  • George Tziahanas leads product management and strategy for HP Autonomy’s Legal and Compliance Portfolio, including its Compliant Archiving, eDiscovery, Legal Hold, and Supervision/Surveillance solutions. George also works closely with HP Autonomy financial services clients, overseeing deployment and ongoing management of solutions designed to meet regulatory requirements.
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  • Henry Eakland joined HP Autonomy in April 2012 and currently works as Director, Product Marketing focused on our Marketing Optimization solutions suite. He works out of our San Francisco, CA, office.
  • Ilan Gendellman serves as Director of Professional Services and leads the HP Autonomy’s Web Content Management Professional Services team in the Americas. Ilan and his team are working closely with HP customers to implement complex Digital Marketing solutions to drive Customers’ business goals. He is based in Atlanta, GA.
  • Su serves as Director of Product Marketing for HP Connected Backup and LiveVault, and has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise software including SaaS, data protection, and information management & governance. She is based in Northern California.
  • Jeff Veis is Vice President of Solution Marketing for HP Autonomy responsible globally for product, partner and field marketing initiatives. Jeff has been in the enterprise software industry for more than 20 years and has experience in marketing, strategy, sales, and partnerships. During his time at HP Autonomy, Jeff has founded the Liberty Alliance Project, a first-in-class standards organization with a global membership that provides a holistic approach to identity.
  • Jenny Ryan is a Director of Product Marketing at HP Autonomy. She’s devoted to helping brands learn to love their data, understand their audience, and effectively engage with audiences across all touchpoints.
  • Joe Garber is Vice President of Information Governance at HP Autonomy. In this role, he leads product messaging and go-to-market efforts for the organization’s eDiscovery, information archiving, and ECM market offerings. Garber has more than 10 years of experience in information governance and eDiscovery.
  • Joe has over 13 years of experience in technology marketing and is currently focused on the analytics solution portfolio. Prior to this role, he was responsible for product marketing of the enterprise application data management solution.
  • Delivering subject matter expertise in the area of financial services compliance and product marketing for HP’s eDiscovery and Supervision/Surveillance products. John has been a legal and compliance professional in the financial services industry for over 12 years. Prior to joining HP Autonomy, John was a compliance officer, auditor, and consultant for major banks, broker-dealers, investment banks, hedge funds, and asset management firms.
  • Kam has over 15 years' experience in marketing and technology, primarily involved in the marketing software industry. Prior to joining HP Autonomy, Kam worked at Yesmail Interactive, a leading email marketing technology provider, where he was responsible for product marketing, lead generation, and digital marketing. Kam also has extensive experience in WCM and Campaign Management & Analytics, having worked at Alterian (now part of SDL) on those product lines.
  • Luis Romero is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at HP Autonomy, where he leads product marketing for HP’s Information Archiving solutions. Luis has over 12 years of experience in enterprise software and information archiving.
  • Martin Cuéllar, Director of Product Marketing for HP Software, is a Subject Matter Expert within HP Autonomy Emerging Technologies. Martin’s career includes work with public sector, private sector, government, and non-profits implementing new analytics, CRM, ECM, and search solutions. He works with existing and new HP customers using Autonomy Explore Cloud for multi-channel analytics and social engagement.
  • Randy manages worldwide public relations, analyst relations, social media, and employee communications for HP Autonomy.
  • Scott speaks, blogs, writes articles and specializes in driving competitively differentiated integrations for storage and virtualization. VMware Certified Professional, recognized as a vExpert, VMWorld speaker, VMUG keynote speaker, and a contributing author of the book Virtualization Changes Everything.
  • Shabih Syed is a seasoned technologist possessing 9+ years in technology leading SaaS, mobile and consumer web development teams. He is currently serving as a Product Manager within the HP Autonomy Marketing Optimization organization and is the Agile Product Owner for the ongoing development of TeamSite.
  • Responsible for Cloud Server Data Protection products, including LiveVault and Data Protector. Based in Boston, MA. Twitter: @sraldous
  • Stephen Spellicy is known as a virtualization and data protection subject matter expert with 17+ years of experience in the technology industry. As the Director of Product Management for Data Protection within HP Software's Division, he manages a portfolio of software products that over 60k customers leverage worldwide. His expertise within the backup/recovery, storage, virtualization, and cloud technology areas have also gained him recognition with HP internally and externally, with many contributed articles published technology focused magazines & periodicals.
  • Sunil Menon is CTO and heads up Product Management for Marketing Optimization at HP Autonomy. Sunil has over 17 years of technical and business experience in the areas of Digital Marketing, Content Management, Marketing Automation and Marketing Optimization. In his current role, Sunil leads Product Management and Strategy for HP Autonomy's Marketing Optimization portfolio covering web experience management, digital marketing, optimization, marketing analytics and contact center solutions.
  • Wendy Lee is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at HP Autonomy, where she leads the product marketing efforts of the Unified Information Access offering. Prior to joining Autonomy, Wendy worked at a mobile startup where she was responsible for high ROI marketing programs across advanced mobile analytics, behavioral targeting, and marketing attribution analytics solutions. Wendy also worked at Acxiom where she gained extensive experience in digital marketing.
  • Will is responsible for providing expertise in multichannel customer engagement. Will works with leading companies to help them better understand customer interactions across multiple channels, and, by applying HP Autonomy technology to their customer data, derive actionable insights that deliver measurable ROI.
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