Big Data & Analytics
Unlocking the value of data-driven innovation
How can we harness the economic and social power of data in NZ? What determines a country's capacity to innovate? These are some of the questions that will be explored at the upcoming 2015 Big Data & Analytics Conference, where attendees will get an inside look at the Big Data space in New Zealand.
The event will delve into the effects, benefits, and changes progressed by the sector; helping businesses discover innovative ways to collect, analyse, and utilise Big Data to enhance organisational decision making ability.
"Big Data is an oil of modern times, it fuels our economy and lubricates most interactions we have with the world,” explains independent IT consultant Deane Jessep, who will be chairing the event.
“It is not just our future, it is already our present,” Jessep says. “Most sound decisions are evidence-based, and leveraging Big Data to inform your actions should be a priority.”
The event will cover a number of topics including:
· Harnessing the economic and social power of data in NZ
· What determines a country’s capacity to innovate?
· Innovative ways to collect, analyse, and harness Big Data
· Telling stories with data
· Social data management and real time content analysis
Attendees will be able to hear from a number of leading New Zealand organisations including:
· New Zealand Data Futures Forum
· NZ Police
· Office of the Privacy Commissioner
· National Institute for Health Innovation
· New Zealand Herald
· Orion Health
· AUT University
· Te Pūnaha Matatini
Join in on a day of exclusive networking with New Zealand’s top technology leaders at this year’s Big Data & Analytics Conference, held at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland on August 11.
For more information on speakers, topics covered and the day’s agenda, and to register for the event, please visit the Big Data & Analytics Conference website.
Better internal efficiency | Greater value for customers
Enterprise mobility solutions are becoming an essential part of the modern business technological landscape. With a strong uptake of mobile devices over the last few years, staff, clients and customers all expect business to be done in a shorter time frame from wherever they are.
Mobility is a mega trend with many technology analysts predicting that it will significantly change business forever. Despite this, it can be difficult to get clients and management to make the leap. Why is this and what can you do about it?
Gain insight into how leading New Zealand organisations are using mobile technology to improve their business processes at the 2015 Enterprise Mobility Conference, held at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland on August 12. The event will highlight a number of topics, including:
• Creating and maintaining strong mobile strategies
• Mobilisation – does everything need to have a mobile capability?
• Examples of mobile technology deployments and the lessons learnt in the process
Hear from the Auckland Council, Beca, Auckland International Airport, KPMG and more. With a packed agenda full of interesting discussions, case studies, workshops panel discussions, you can uncover how to make mobile technology your business advantage.
For more information on speakers, topics covered and the day’s agenda, and to register for the event, please visit the Enterprise Mobility Conference website.