Big Data: Living Up To The Hype?

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The flagship Big Data Innovation Summit returns to the Marriott Marquis Hotel in San Francisco on April 21 & 22 to deliver pioneering insights from some of the world’s most innovative and dynamic thought leaders. Hosted by the Innovation Enterprise, this content-led summit will feature ground-breaking keynotes, engaging workshops and exclusive networking opportunities.

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“This Big Data Conference Is Simply Awesome”

Ahead of the Big Data Innovation Summit we review our predictions for the Big Data landscape in 2016 and see how many of these have been realized:

  • Quantum computing, combined with advanced machine learning techniques, is set allow even faster and more agile analysis of huge amounts of different data structures.
  • Organizations will have to deal with increasing scrutiny around the effectiveness of necessary data security initiatives.
  • As the amount of data increases exponentially, data scientists will need to learn to analyze larger data sets in turn.
  • Particularly with the lacking labor supply, it’s becoming more important to use the use of data, making it accessible and relevant for business functions.

So was it all just hype? Are organizations actually managing to take full advantage of all the different sorts of data available to them? How are they securing their data so profits are not leaked? How are companies dealing with the lack of data scientists? Only an industry-led gathering of experts in the field could help to to answer these questions, and conclude how the Big Data landscape is developing in 2016.

As our headlining keynotes for day two, Chi-Yi Kuan, Director of Business Analytics at LinkedIn, will take you through an in-depth case study as to how LinkedIn is democratizing their big data visualizations to allow for more effective and wide-spread analytical insights. Jim Menard, General Manager of the Weather Company’s Weather Underground’, will discuss how his company is utilizing data gathered from a number of weather sources, including consumer input from apps and social media, to develop a hyper-local forecast.

“This Big Data Conference Is Simply Awesome” - Dataconomy

Hear leading experts from Uber, eBay, Airbnb, US. Department of Commerce, Twitter and many more exploring the pivotal developments for 2016’s Big Data progression. With over 800 senior-level delegates taking part in this intimate networking opportunity, this is the Big Data event of 2016 not to be missed.

See the overview of the summit here:

It’s also worth checking out the pre-launch Big Data & Analytics Festival Meetup, held in San Francisco on April 20, for a sneak peak of what’s to come at the upcoming Big Data Innovation Summit.

About Innovation Enterprise:

Innovation Enterprise is a business media company specializing in enterprise innovation. We bring our exceptional cross-industry knowledge to the business community through a combination of digital media and live summits, providing organizations with cutting-edge insights to drive growth in the constantly changing business environment.

Through our key channels - Big Data, Analytics, Strategy, Innovation, Digital, Finance, & Operations - we connect industry leaders across the business spectrum, from leading Fortune 500 companies to disruptive and exciting new startups, facilitating the sharing of ideas through webinars, articles, white papers, and on-demand video content.

We also offer a range of additional media products, including lead generation services, custom events and custom research to fortune 500 clients.

Our specialties include Big Data, Analytics, Innovation, Strategy, Digital, Finance, Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Data Officer, Chief Digital Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Data Science, FP&A, S&OP.

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