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Big Data, Integration and Governance Forum

   
 

Big Data, Integration and Governance Forum
Building your information strategy for smarter analytics

Wednesday 24th April, 9.00-12.30
IBM Client Centre, London
IBM South Bank
76-78 Upper Ground
London
SE1 9PZ

With better big data, integration and governance solutions, data can be turned into trusted information - and then harvested to find new insight and to answer questions that in the past were beyond reach. This event will showcase how organisations can take control of their ever-growing supply of data and turn it into an enterprise source of knowledge.

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Agenda
Time Description
08:30 Registration and breakfast
09:00 Welcome
Heidi O’Mahoney, UKI Software Middleware Group Director, IBM
09:10 Building your information strategy for smarter analytics
Will Reilly, Director for Big Data, IBM
Real World Strategies for Big Data
Professor Joe Peppard, Chair in Information Systems, Cranfield School of Management
How Enterprises are REALLY using Big Data
Lauren Walker, UKI Big Data Analytics Leader, IBM
10:40 Coffee Break
11:00 Managing Data from Cradle to Grave – Why Information Governance is so important
(Speaker TBC)
The power of a single view – How MDM technology is helping to break down internal silos, get the organisation closer to its customers, and drive savings and efficiencies
John Jackson, CIO and Hilary Simpson, Implementation Leader, London Borough of Camden
Continuing the Big Data journey – what is the right architecture to underpin your technology strategy? The latest tools and appliances from IBM help bring together Big Data, Integration and Governance components into a scalable, sustainable and robust approach
Chris Williams, Chief Information Management Architect, IBM
12:30 Lunch and Networking