Author Archives: Jon Mell

Wimbledon – Cloud

Cloud… Mobile… Social… Analytics… they’re all converging. Wimbledon is a great example. We run wimbledon.com by provisioning IBM Customer Experience Suite on our cloud infrastructure and secured by our QRadar platform. Of course, we want to keep the site provisioned … Continue reading

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Wimbledon in a Box

Our marketing team have put together “Wimbledon in a box” – a fantastic portable display of all the great things IBM is doing at Wimbledon and we’ve set up for a few hours at various offices across the UK. I … Continue reading

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Wimbledon – Hill vs World

As a bit of fun, we’re running Social Hill vs World hosted on our SoftLayer platform this year at Wimbledon. You can see it here and it’s also on the app. The idea is to look at the different social sentiment … Continue reading

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Wimbledon – SlamTracker

We’ve redesigned and simplified SlamTracker for 2014 providing real time stats and predictions for what each player needs to do to win. It’s available on the website or through the app. The reaction so far has been fantastic, and it’s … Continue reading

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Wimbledon – Social Media Command Centre

One of the new innovations we are bringing to Wimbledon this year is our Social Media Command Centre. This is hosted in our SoftLayer public cloud, and provides the team with real-time insights into the current focus of conversation. The … Continue reading

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The Wimbledon website

Our flagship digital presence at Wimbledon is wimbledon.com. For two weeks of the year, it is one of the busiest websites of the world with 19.7 million unique users and 433 million page views, and is updated 140,000 times each … Continue reading

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Wimbledon

This is IBM’s 25th year as the sponsor of Wimbledon – and there are some really cool things we’re doing this year not just in social, but across cloud, analytics and mobile as well. When we first launched the website … Continue reading

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