Data is the new currency
Why no business can afford to underestimate the value of its data
The Age of Data
We are at the dawning of the Age of Data. A staggering 90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years. As this proliferation continues, the challenge for any organisation is how to turn data into tangible advantage. These are exhilarating times; becoming truly data-driven is perhaps our most definitive step into the digital age. In our Digital Vision for Supercomputing & Big Data, we explore the implications for organisations and what lies ahead.
Gavin Thomson, Senior Vice President, Big Data & Security UK&I, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Atos
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Digital Vision for Supercomputing & Big Data
Reinventing our world through data
Why Supercomputing and Big Data should be on every leader’s radar, what being data-driven means, and how to achieve it.
Key topics – Digital Vision for Supercomputing and Big Data
Unmissable developments in Supercomputing and Big Data
New technologies are converging and becoming more accessible at an unprecedented rate. This means that advances in computing power, green computing, analytics, virtual reality and quantum computing bring major opportunities.
Where to start your data-driven journey
The potential of data to deliver better outcomes and new opportunities is almost limitless. But where can organisations start, where are the pitfalls and what are the factors for success?
Harnessing data to transform results
How powerful technologies and innovation are enabling the capture and analysis of growing volumes of data to address key challenges in health, research, manufacturing, sport, public services and other sectors.
What’s next for the UK?
With £241 billion to be added to the GDP by 2020 through Big Data1, what are the enablers for UK organisations to monetise data and what technologies are on the horizon?
Atos, a leader in digital transformation, declares the world is at the dawning of a new Age of Data in its Digital Vision for Supercomputing and Big Data thought leadership paper.
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Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK&I
Senior Vice President, Big Data & Security UK&I, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, Atos
Head of Data, Analytics and Business Intelligence, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos UK&I
Co-founder and VP, Zoomdata
Prof Stephen Jarvis
Head of Department, Computer Science, University of Warwick and member of the Alan Turing Institute Programme Committee
Head of Strategy & Portfolio, Big Data & Security, Atos
Global Head of Analytics Consulting, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos
Director of Business Solutions and Digital Transformation, Intel
Partner, Cambium LLP
Distinguished Expert for HPC, Atos
Vice President – HPC & Big Data, Atos UK&I
MSc. Senior Quantum Expert, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos
Chairman and CEO, Atos until October 31, 2019
Distinguished Expert, Head of Strategy, Big Data, Atos
Global Chief Technology Officer, Cyber Security, Atos
Lead Auditor, Business & Platform Solutions, Atos UK&I
Natalia Jimenez Lozano
PhD Life Sciences Business Development Manager, Atos UK&I
Dr Kevin Ashelford
Lead Bioinformatician, Wales Gene Park
Dr Robin Pinning
Chief Technology Officer, Hartree Centre
Pre-Sales Engineer, Big Data & Security, Atos UK&I
Chief Operating Officer, Big Data & Security, UK&I
Head of Business Development, Virtual Engineering Centre
Prof Tony Hey
CBE FREng STFC Chief Data Scientist & Joint Chair, UK E-infrastructure Leadership Council
Chief Executive Officer, techUK
Head of Programme for Cloud, Data, Analytics & AI, techUK
Kulveer Ranger FRSA
Global Head of Strategy & Comms FS&I, SVP – Strategy & Communications, Atos UK&I