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Inhi Cho Suh, IBM - IBM Pulse 2014 - #IBMPulse #theCUBE

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Published on Feb 25, 2014

Inhi Cho Suh, IBM,at IBM Pulse 2014 with John Furrier and Dave Vellante

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What's got Inhi Cho Suh's attention? Real-time and context computing. Big Data is about enabling everyone. It's about the democratization of data, giving all the ability to insights and not require you to have a Ph.D or to be a data scientist just to understand the data.

This week at IBM Pulse 2014, VP GM Big Data & Integration Inhi Cho Suh is among the most memorable of our #techathletes on theCUBE. Suh joined our co-hosts John Furrier, Founder of SiliconANGLE and Dave Vellante, Co-Founder of Wikibon to discuss IBM and Big Data.

Setting the Big Data table
Big Data is still in its infancy. But the industry's bleeding-edge is aging with two years of hype behind it, so products and services are starting to catch up. Clients are recognizing that data is transformative for their organizations. With that comes a bevy of new opportunities and new business models. The consumer on the personal side is seeing a radical shift in the user experience, and they are now bringing that expectation from their personal life into their professional life. The cloud is housing all of those expectations, driven by social demand, and it is making both the connected consumer and connected business more and more actionable in real-time, and transparent. Suh says,

"Clouds are more transformative not just from a delivery standpoint, but also fundamentally from expectation which gets into social, which is really the engagement side. People are all about on demand. The days of just being able to do e-mail is a little bit passé. People want to be on text communicating in real time, in the personas they represent. So its not just their work personas, but lets say your personal hobbies, they want to be interactive with relevant in real-time and context."

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