Working with Big Data - and how it WILL power the Second Industrial Revolution
We are witnessing the birth of the second industrial revolution. This revolution is being fueled by the factories of the future - data factories.
The early data factories are here already - Google, Facebook, Zynga, ComScore. And a lot more are coming with the explosion in sensors, data and networks. This second industrial revolution will be bigger, faster and more disruptive than the first one, because data as a core asset can help solve problems that could not be solved before.
This revolution is being powered by a massive democratization in technology that not only enables the access to data to a plethora of new companies but also the ability to store, mine, clean, analyze, and produce a range of data products that can help many industries shatter the status quo.
View this webcast and learn how to:
- Identify if data is a core asset for your business
- Better manage this core asset
- Identify business problems you can (finally) think of addressing
- Leverage the technology and tools to help you deliver on the promise
- Recognize and use the key forces shaping the future
- Identify what no one is thinking about but should be
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Speaker: Abhishek Mehta
Bio: Abhishek, former Strategy and Development Executive at Bank of America, is an expert in big data and consumer payments. A featured speaker and leading edge thinker on these topics, Abhishek is a die-hard supporter of all things open source and is recognized in the industry as a visionary on how to create value by building, transforming or disrupting business eco-systems.
He has over a decade of experience in various strategic and operational leadership roles in banking, tech and consulting, and has lived and worked in Asia, Europe and the US.
Abhishek is also the Founder and President of Foundation Ten10, a one-of-a-kind network driven non-profit focused on training, educating and nurturing children with learning disabilities, and a member of the Faculty at one of the premier Retail Banking Management Programs in the US.