The Data Science of Predicting Disk Drive Failures

With the expanding volume of information in the digital universe and the increasing number of disk drives required to store that information, disk drive reliability prediction is imperative for EMC and EMC customers. Disk drive reliability analysis, which is a general term for the monitoring and “learning” process of disk … READ MORE

Shiri Gaber June 27th, 2016

Why a Data Lake? Keeping Up with the Digital Universe

With the digital universe expected to swell to 44 zettabytes of data by 2020, today’s enterprises need a central data repository that can process increasing volumes of all types of data faster to let business users make better, real-time decisions. In short they need a stronger backbone; they need the … READ MORE

Brahma Tangella April 15th, 2016

Enterprise Information Retrieval: Build vs. Buy Approach

The ease with which we have long been able to retrieve information from the World Wide Web (WWW) using increasingly efficient and high quality search engines underscores a less-than-impressive performance from search engines serving the enterprise environment. Off-the-shelf tools that let organizations retrieve their enterprise information just do not give … READ MORE

Omer Sagi March 21st, 2016

Unlock the Textual Content in Your Data Lake

Wouldn’t it be great if you could analyze all customer interaction and learn which parts of our services or sales are better than others? Or analyze all of our service request textual descriptions and infer the call volume drivers? Understand the main topics of a chat session? Use the same … READ MORE

Raphael Cohen October 20th, 2015

The Business Data Lake from a Data Scientist Perspective

The Business Data Lake (BDL) is positioned as the one-stop-shop for all of the organization’s (big) data storage and analytics requirements. It is intended to address the three V’s of Big Data analytics – Volume, Variety and Velocity – by providing a vast amount of storage, ingestion of streaming, mini-batches … READ MORE

Oshry Ben-Harush August 3rd, 2015

Assessing Data Loss Costs: Value-Driven Protection of the Bottom Line

In an age when most companies invest to become data-driven, the value of data is increasingly a key criteria for making IT decisions, and the protection of the data becomes paramount to those decisions When making backup-related decisions, price justification involves the potential capital loss to the organization when a … READ MORE

Omer Sagi June 9th, 2015

Creating New Business Value Around the Business Data Lake

If your organization is like most, you have multiple business groups seeking to leverage pools of segmented Big Data in various ways to improve their operations, gain insight into customers, target marketing efforts, hone product features and more.  Maybe you are even one of the few who have gained some … READ MORE

Sean Brown April 24th, 2015

From Neuroscience to Data Science

Project: Root cause analysis of difference in support hours ROI: Model suggests saving of 500-1,000 support hours on average weekly (up to $5M annually) I have recently made the transition from academic neuroscience to becoming a member of the Data-Science-as-a-Service team in EMC’s IT organization. The change from academia to … READ MORE

Shiri Gaber March 13th, 2015

EMC CIO Vic Bhagat: Embracing the Power of Big Data

Big Data is changing the way IT organizations operate and deliver solutions to the business. It is a new, contemporary approach for IT to help business users harness and interpret information to drive more efficiency, productivity, performance and value for the business.  As EMC IT embraces Third Platform, we are … READ MORE

Dell EMC Partner Post Blog October 3rd, 2014

Introducing the Human Face of Big Data

Sometimes, in the technology world, the hype wildly overstates the real power or impact of a new product or idea. But ironically, sometimes the hype does the opposite: it actually masks the real-world transformations that are being shaped by a powerful new concept in our industry. After all, nothing was … READ MORE

Brian Fitzgerald September 13th, 2012

Filling the Data Science Talent Pipeline

The explosion of unstructured data from mobile sensors, social networking, video surveillance and the like has created a need for talent in the organization that specializes in data analysis unlike ever before. This new breed of Data Scientist is an integral player in the new world of Big Data, as … READ MORE

ML Krakauer September 10th, 2012
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