IBM Launches New Big Data Service on IBM Cloud Marketplace
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IBM Launches New Big Data Service on IBM Cloud Marketplace

By CIOReview | Thursday, July 3, 2014

ARMONK, N.Y: IBM has announced the launch of new Big Data service that can transform the way organizations engage with business content to make it more usable and interactive across the enterprise, delivering better results as well as improved decision making.

With this new Big Data service available on IBM Cloud marketplace, organizations can now easily secure, access and manage content from anywhere and on any device.  Workers can do their jobs more effectively and collaboratively by synchronizing and making the content they need available on any browser,  or on any device of , and to apply it in the context of key business processes. IBM Navigator on Cloud, also available on the IBM Cloud portfolio and built on Softlayer’s Cloud platform, help all users within and outside of the business gain value from this ever increasing deluge of content.

“The new Cloud service from IBM will give IT staff, line-of-business managers, and executives the ability to share critical business content and help drive collaboration across the organization,” says Richard Daley, Director of Records and Information Management, Tejon Ranch.

Today, clients and employees expect to have all content, including sensitive and personal information, always up-to-date and available at their fingertips regardless of device and location.  This puts more pressure on security and privacy than ever before.  Because IBM's service is built on Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities that have been proven in regulated environments, it delivers the ease of use associated with consumer oriented content management and file sharing applications without sacrificing security.

“With this new Big Data service being made available on its new Cloud Marketplace, IBM is leading the way in helping organizations easily access, secure and manage the content that we rely upon for everyday operations,” says  Chuck Picard, Enterprise EDMS Coordinator at the State of North Dakota."

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