The incredible and continuous production of – both structured and unstructured – digital data coming from the widespread use of digital devices and on-line systems is pushing business to define Big Data strategies. Machines, devices and networks are constantly producing data which are often simply too voluminous for the human interface to take them in consideration. Increasingly, in the business context the data itself turns out to be the core asset of business transactions.
Koh Chia Ling
Koh Chia Ling heads the Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice at ATMD Bird & Bird LLP. He is a technology lawyer with a Master of Technology degree and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Chia Ling supports major telecommunications companies, global IT vendors, Internet search engines and major international airlines in their IT projects, tenders and contracts, product development, disputes and anti-counterfeiting matters in Singapore and the region.
Dr Carol Anne Hargreaves
Dr Carol Anne Hargreaves is Chief of the Business Analytics Practice at the Institute of Systems Science at the National University of Singapore. Carol received her PhD in Statistics from the University of South Africa. She has more than 25 years of academic and commercial experience in Statistics\Business Analytics. Previously she has been with companies such as University of Sydney (National Health Medical Research Council), Synovate Aztec, Foxtel, Cegedim Strategic Data. Carol has been involved in analytic projects in the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry, Telecommuications industry, Pharmaceutical industry and the education industry. She has several research papers in Cancer Clinical Trials, Business Analytics, Inventory Systems and the Stock Market.
Anthony Lim is a Singapore and California licensed attorney, and holds a diploma in Information Technology. Anthony joined Informatica in 2007 and heads the Legal department in Asia Pacific and Japan. One of the key challenges in his current role are the many legal aspects of Big Data as a data integration platform vendor. He has advised on issues arising from customers in various industries, such as the financial services, government and telecommunications.
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