Intel IT Center Big Data Summit
Hilton Tower Bridge
5 More London Place
Big data means different things to different people. In Intel IT we have seen how big data analytics can yield game-changing intelligence. The ability to gather and analyze big data offers organisations exciting opportunities to gain deeper, richer insights that can speed decision making and identify new strategic initiatives.
To establish big data analytics as a capability, IT must successfully work with data sets that are larger, more varied, and generated at a faster rate than ever before. Big data can be transformational in solving high value business problems. In Intel IT we are investing in advanced analytics, smart infrastructure for big data, and self-service business intelligence (BI) capabilities to gain actionable insights in near real time.
The Intel IT Center Big Data Summit will share our experiences and key learnings from Intel IT’s own big data journey.
Join us on Tuesday, 10th December to hear from senior Intel IT subject matter experts Chris Shaw and Moty Fania - and network with them and your industry peers
IT Leaders Forum
November 26, 2013
9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. GMT
Does CYOD meet the consumerisation expectations of end users?
This year has been the year of mobile computing, and offices have been buzzing with personal devices. Many employees have started to use their own tablets and smartphones to connect to the enterprise network both in and out of the office.
As BYOD has evolved and matured, have the challenges around wider adoption led to a new model - Choose Your Own Device (CYOD)? Is CYOD the answer to all these challenges? What does CYOD really mean and how does it impact on the IT department?
Our last IT Leaders Forum of the year will explore the benefits and challenges of adopting technology market trends such as BYOD and CYOD. We will discuss various approaches aimed at ensuring that your organisation makes the right decision that will benefit both the employer and the employee.