How to Mash up Data in Creating Enriched Services

Sep 30, 2015 7:00 PM (GMT+8) Imagination Room @ NLB Building, Level 5, 100 Victoria Street Singapore 188064 Imagination Room @ NLB Building, Level 5, 100 Victoria Street Singapore 188064

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Synopsis

As companies transition from using single source data to more complex models, they face new layers of complexity. Building systems to connect internal data is complicated enough, but the addition of external data sources adds systems integration and data compatibilities issues. Data science is proving to be an exciting field as technologies are evolving to make use of multiple datasets and sources. Also exciting is the new onus to look beyond our strategic assets to enrich current services and create entirely new ones. This talk will look at systems, techniques, and tools that should be considered when mashing data.

About the speaker
 
Mike Davie has been leading the commercialisation of disruptive mobile technology and ICT infrastructure for a decade with leading global technology firms in Asia, Middle East and North America. He parlayed his vision and knowledge of evolution of ICT into the creation of DataStreamX, the world's first online marketplace for real time data. DataStreamX’s powerful platform enables data sellers to stream their data to global buyers across various industries in real time, multiplying their data revenue without having to invest in costly infrastructure and sales teams.

This seminar series is organized by the National Cloud Computing Office at the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore. All are welcome. Admission is free. 

 

How to Mash up Data in Creating Enriched Services

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