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This week Jay Kassing is back to talk about his book, Big Data. Join us to find out how Big Data is going to impact your brand and the world of banking. Big Data isn't scarry, unless you dont use it the right way. Join us for a fun and informative show.
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How much is your privacy worth? Data privacy is an issue that only comes into focus in the collective consciousness when shoved into view by a substantive breach in personal data security. Whether the origin of the incursion is criminal or governmental, the focus quickly fades to black and a general feeling of helplessness persists. Privacy advocates who continue to insist that the battle being fought is one of rights are galvanizing our collective impotence in the realm of data privacy.
Battles for civil or human rights are typically measured in decades and we simply don’t have the time. Do we need to temporarily suspend our efforts in establishing footholds in the rights to privacy? Should we instead be working quickly and diligently towards establishing the price of privacy?
Dr. Katina Michael, Associate Dean - International, and the University of Wollongong, joins Fred and Howard on The COIL to share her insights on the future of privacy and personal data.
Listen in as Joel Bryan, Manager, Global Enterprise Power deployments & Customer Support at Raritan, tells us about macro changes in the data center and how it will effect you.
Companies are moving away from owning and managing internal data centers. They're going with hosted solutions. Now, concerns about power utilization will shift to become the data center's problem.
Lots more here from Joel.
#TChat Radio is all new, live, Wed June 26, 2013, at 6:30 pm ET (3:30 pm PT). PLEASE NOTE NEW DAY/TIME -- just prior to our popular Wednesday #TChat Twitter chat, from 7-8 pm ET. Join us for both events! Big data is a big deal for HR and yet shouldn't be daunting. It's all about measuring AND forecasting specific business analytics, from recruiting to outplacement and in between. Organizations need regular access to workforce metrics that provide actionable information and insight. Data should be fluid across systems while being able to “crunch the business” with a variety of sound snapshot and predictive analytics for HR needs, including: Talent Pool Viability Skills + Competency Analysis Hire Quality + Cultural Fit Employee + Contingent Engagement Hiring vs. Workforce Development Workforce Growth Rates + Costs Talent Retention + Turnover Overall Business Impact Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we welcome guests: Christene Pantalone, Manager of HR Analytics at Highmark, and Andrew Courtois, Workforce Analytics Consultant at Peoplefluent. This will be "big deal" show, so we hope to see you here! **A special thank you to our "world of work" partner Achievers. Learn more here!
Listen in as EDI's Jeremy Gilbertson, VP, Managing Principal – Data Center Practice, tells us the importance of communication in data center planning.
Recently, Jeremy did a presentation called, "Why Most Data Center Projects Fail Before They Begin -- The importance of benchmarking and accurate statement of requirements."
In this show, we'll also touch on how eBay saved money on power usage, on Jeremy's Predictive Growth Model, and on how even smaller companies can plan for flexibility in the growth of their data centers.
i360 has developed a comprehensive national data clearinghouse to support the fundraising and campaign activities of the pro-business, public affairs, political and corporate community. As a first of its kind enterprise on the pro-business side of the aisle, i360’s fully integrated and constantly updated database of over 187+ million active voters and 211+ million US consumers provides hundreds of data points on every American adult that is currently or potentially politically active.According to Politico a voter database called Themis, established by the political network associated with David and Charles Koch,l data company called i360
Karl Rove spoke to major donors in New York about a voter data project that he has estimated could cost between $15 million and $20 million
The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of large data sets across clusters of computers using simple programming models. It is designed to scale up from single servers to thousands of machines, each offering local computation and storage. Rather than rely on hardware to deliver high-avaiability, the library itself is designed to detect and handle failures at the application layer, so delivering a highly-availabile service on top of a cluster of computers, each of which may be prone to failures. Cloudera's open-source Apache Hadoop distribution, CDH , targets enterprise-class deployments of that technology
Listen in as Jon Inaba, Director of Power Management Solutions at Raritan, discusses data center power utilization, power efficiency, as well as space, power, and cooling optimization. Click Here to learn more about Raritan's data center power management solutions. Data center power usage has been all over the headlines lately. Between February 15th and February 28th, there were over 15 headlines in the news about it. Jon will get deeper into the issue and discuss the real challenges data
Join us as Richard Brooke, Raritan's Senior Technical Director, discusses advances in data center power management. Richard will cover the advantages of more instrumentation at the rack and how to take advantage of all that data. We'll cover: Temperature & humidity sensors Cooling sensors Hard-wired and wireless sensors Rack-specific monitoring Using Raritan's Power IQ® to turn this data into actionable knowledge
Digital-Social Media Strategist & Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds in Business Success Mindset and Web 2.0 tools, techniques and strategies. Michele Price, delivers high impact & pioneering knowledge for entrepreneurs, startups, sales/marketing/IT professionals every Monday with Houston's Digital-Social Media Strategist, Michele Price. Branding & Digital Marketing Director for Tech Street Houston.
Phil Simon, author Too Big to Ignore, the Business Case for Big Data. Phil's authored 5 books, he focuses on the intersection of people, management, data and technology.
Dino Dogan, co-founder of Triberr shares new thinking on using you blog for your business.
Geoff Livingston - Integrated Marketing segment. Author of Marketing in the Round.
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On the Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 broadcast at 2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern our special guest is entrepreneur, social media thought leader and Forbes Contributor Dan Munro aka @danmunro.
Dan recently penned a piece for Forbes titled: 'Big Government Opens Big Database For Cancer Research'
This catchy headline caught my attention since part of our mission at This Week In Oncology is to eliminate the esoterica from 'oncology-speak' and to present the significance of the discoveries, trends and developments in the cancer care and diagnostics in plain english for more general consumption.
Much progress has been realized in oncology of late with a fair amount of the promisesd upside of 'personalized [or individualized] medicine' often pointing to better outcomes via more targeted treatment of specific tumors based on their unique genetic signature.
So called 'big data' is in the news as ubiquitous technology, connectivity, the declining costs of massive data dragnets and disease specific mashups affords insights previously inaccessible to reseachers, clinicians and others interested in the diagnosis and/or treatment of oncology.
We'll get Dan's takes on his piece and see how he sees the confluence of these trends coming together for the benefits of patients.
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