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Insights: July 26 big data workshop for causes

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Insights: Big Data was hosted by IBM at their Innovation Center in Waltham, MA July 26, 2013. Sponsors were my firm DotOrgPower, Findability Sciences and Mind Over Media, Inc.

Insights: Big Data was hosted by IBM at their Innovation Center in Waltham, MA July 26, 2013. Sponsors were my firm DotOrgPower, Findability Sciences and Mind Over Media, Inc.

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  • 1. Insights: Introduction to Big Data IBM Innovation Center - July 26, 2013
  • 2. Insights: Big Data How Data Science is challenging present practice and shaping the future. July 26, 2013 - Waltham IBM Innovation Center (Boston, MA) •  A series of short explanatory presentations designed to "demystify" some of the most important elements of applying data science • A special presentation from senior IBM leadership in Big Data • A tour of the IBM Innovation Center  • A special presentation about the relationship between Big Data and traditional CRM software from the staff at SugarCRM • All presentations focused on how Big Data can be used in the non-profits
  • 3. Sponsored by: • Anand Mahurkar & Rob Matthews, Findability Sciences • Larry Eason, DotOrgPower • Ray Tetz, Mind Over Media, Inc. Hosted by IBM at the Waltham, MA IBM Innovation Center Big data introduction by Bruce Weed, IBM Program Director for big data
  • 4. I talked about how we all tap the power of big data every time we use LinkedIn. I gave examples of power-mapping (finding and prioritizing influencers on a target) using big data and LinkedIn. Applications for nonprofits, NGOs and social impact businesses included resource development, advocacy, building access and influence, communications, marketing, partnerships and beyond.
  • 5. Bruce Weed shared examples of big data use from across sectors - government, commercial, humanitarian. Bruce also gave us background and history, tutorial on enabling technologies and a look over the horizon to what is coming.
  • 6. Anand Mahurkar, Founder and CEO Findability Sciences gave examples of nonprofits and for-profits using big data today. Anand and his team are working with United Ways and other nonprofits. The following 5 slides are from Anand's briefing.
  • 7. THE NATURE OF BIG DATA varietyvelocityvolume
  • 8. DATA GOT BIG 2220 PETABYTES GLOBAL DATA ALL IN A DAY’S WORK 12 TERABYTES TWEETS 12.4 BILLION GLOBAL CALLS volume
  • 9. DATA IS GATHERING SPEED 2.9 MILLION EMAILS / SENT / SECOND 20 HOURS VIDEOS / UPLOAD / YOUTUBE / MINUTE 2 MILLION TWEETS / MINUTE velocity
  • 10. DATA IS DIVERSE PERSON TO PERSON EMAILS / BLOGS / SOCIAL NETWORKS PERSON TO MACHINE BANKING / SHOPPING / MEDICAL / SEARCH MACHINE TO MACHINE SENSORS / GPS / RADIO UNSTRUCTURED SEMISTRUCTURED STRUCTURED variety
  • 11. PUTTING DATA TO WORK BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE EXTRACT • TRANSFORM • LOAD MAINLY HISTORICAL DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS BIG DATA CONNECT-AND-GO LIVE STREAMING DATA INDUCTIVE / INFERENTIAL STATISTICS
  • 12. Amy Case from Case Strategy discussed donor churn and how big data tools are helping organizations to get a real-time, comprehensive view of what's happening with their donors. Getting actionable information quickly is helping organizations improve donor retention.
  • 13. Ray Tetz, President and Creative Director at Mind Over Media, Inc. facilitated the workshop. Ray provided domain expertise from his extensive work with humanitarian, healthcare and faith-based institutions. Ray Tetz and I have known each other for over 30 years!
  • 14. Thank You! To IBM, Sugar CRM, Case Strategy, staff and guests.

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