ComputerWorld Philippines’ CIO Forum themed, “Big Data, Transforming the Modern Business” is scheduled on the 27th of August in Mandarin Hotel, Makati City.
Organized with Exist Global, consulting and IT-enabled business solutions leader, and Acaleph, unified storage solutions provider, this forum draws C-level attendees from the services, finance, retail, telecoms, and healthcare industries.
Data is witnessing a massive upswing with regards to volume, velocity, and variety. Thanks to unlimited compute power and storage, converged infrastructure and open source platforms, it is now feasible to efficiently store, manage, and analyze Big Data to help organizations make more informed business decisions. But without any strategic plan, Big Data initiatives may struggle to deliver the intended business value.
ComputerWorld Philippines invites executives to attend the forum to understand how they can transform their organizations with Big Data.
This forum’s keynote speaker is Craig Stires, Director for IDC’s Asia/Pacific Big Data and Analytics Research Group.
Other speakers slated to present include:
Charles Sevior, EMC-Isilon CTO for the APJ region
Kenny Chin, Sales Director with Hewlett Packard’s Technology Services Consulting group for the APJ region
Winston Damarillo, Co-Founder of Exist and Acaleph
Winston Damarillo will also moderate a panel discussion on opportunities, application and the role of Big Data within the enterprise. Panelists include CIOs from the finance and banking, healthcare, and telecoms / information industries.
Program details here.
Partner sponsors includes EMC, a leading provider of IT storage hardware solutions and Hewlett-Packard Philippines, world’s largest technology company with portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure.
More than 100 executives come to ComputerWorld Philippines’ annual forum to network, exchange best practices, and learn how next-generation IT trends and technologies are helping companies grow.
To register to the event, please contact Ria Baniqued at +632.475.1568 or via [email protected].