Boston’s got it wrong. Dirty water’s nothing to be loved — nor is dirty data.
That’s IBM’s thinking today as it released a new generation of data services on the IBM Cloud that officials claim will make big data relevant and actionable for businesses. IBM unveiled the services at the Armonk, NY-based technology giant’s big data conference, IBM Insight in Las Vegas.
"Consuming dirty water will make you sick," Rob Thomas, IBM’s senior vice president of product development for big data and information management, told today’s crowd of about 13,000. "And dirty data will make your corporation sick."