Big Data

MH370: Experts meet in KL to discuss ICT in aviation
More than than 50 high level experts from all over the world have confirmed their attendance at an ITU discussion of real-time flight monitoring even as Malaysian authorities face mounting international criticism over how they have handled the search operations and investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
IBM’s ‘game-changer’ technology for software-defined storage
IBM has unveiled a portfolio of software-defined storage products that it said deliver improved economics while enabling organisations to access and process any type of data, on any type of storage device, anywhere in the world.
US$278bil worth of data dividend potential in APAC: IDC, Microsoft
New IDC research shows companies that take a comprehensive approach to data stand to realise an additional 60% return on their data assets, an opportunity worth US$278 billion in Asia Pacific, according to Microsoft Corp.
Midmarket companies aggressively embracing big data: Dell survey
Big data has been considered the domain of enterprise organisations and not necessarily a relevant challenge or opportunity for midmarket companies. A Dell Software survey of big data initiatives in the midmarket, however, reveals just the opposite.
Malaysia to appoint chief data scientist?
MDeC chief hints that appointment may happen in 2016 Part of Big Data Analytics Framework, expected to be ready end-2015
Big data analytics form new formula for leading CFOs
IBM Malaysia's chief financial officer (CFO) Wong Chiun Chiek believes that if CFOs want to keep their role as lead counselor to the chief executive officer on business strategy, leveraging big data and analytics is key.
Big data hype slowly but surely melting away
Edwin Yapp reflects on big data and how it may be finally showing signs of practicalibility in the real world today.
Many CEOs still clueless about megatrends: Frost chairman
Most CEOs 'aren’t doing anything' to address tech megatrends Need to be more hands-on in looking into it and not just delegate
Viewsy bags top honours at CeBIT’s CODE_n
British startup Viewsy emerged the winner in the 2014 CODE_n Startup of the Year competition, organised in conjunction with this year’s CeBIT trade fair in Hannover, Germany. 
The world needs to unite on privacy and trust: EU official
The future of the Internet demands a new proactive attitude in how governments, the industry and academia collectively manage issues such as privacy, security and trust, says a top European Union official. Edwin Yapp reports from CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.
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