Big data analytics will play a crucial role across all industry but there needs to be more talent in order to build this ecosystem.
ADAX wants to nurture Asean data startups, upskill SMEs.
Many companies are tempted to use the free or ‘lite’ versions of big data analytics tools just to keep up, but such tools can put limits on a company’s vision and what their data can do, says one expert.
In the next five years, Singapore’s push to becoming a Smart Nation will propel the adoption of analytics as government agencies focus on investment in data, infrastructure and talent for data-driven insights, according to a recent International Data Corporation (IDC) research paper commissioned by SAS.
Temasek Polytechnic and Cloudera said they would work together to cultivate the next generation of data professionals through the Cloudera Academic Partnership (CAP) programme.
Manufacturing is undergoing a transition from M2M to the IoT, and that is going to be a labour-light future, says a senior SAP exec.
Malaysia may be ready to become the regional BDA hub, but it needs to address two main challenges: The talent gap, and the ability to accept failure as part of the innovation game.
Cloudera has announced that Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) has joined the Cloudera Academic Partnership (CAP) programme, which will gives students access to curriculum, software and skills training on the Apache Hadoop platform.
MDeC has set a target date of 2020 to make Malaysia a regional hub for Big Data Analytics, announces the Asean Data Analytics Exchange and launches a BDA community portal.
The IDA has launched its Smart Nation Fellowship Programme to get data scientists, technologists and engineers to help the Singapore Government deliver digital and data solutions to improve the lives of citizens.