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700 Apply for Big Data Summer School in Brazil

Rodrigo Gazzaneo

Rodrigo Gazzaneo

Specialists PreSales Manager, Latin America

As the “B” in BRIC emerging economies, Brazil is at the intersection of massive economic gains and growing pains related to ongoing infrastructure limitations. Energy and transportation are some examples, but the hardest resource to find is also the most valuable: qualified professionals.

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Making Data Work through Collaboration

Scott Yara

Scott Yara

Senior Vice President, Products, Greenplum
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We are living in an extraordinary time. The convergence of technology vectors in recent years, including the advancement in microprocessors, storage, networking, virtualization, and the cloud, has presented one disruptive shift after the other, empowering remarkable people and organizations to push the limits experientially, conceptually, and socially.

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Big Data Transforms Healthcare

David Dimond

David Dimond

Chief Technology Officer and Distinguished Engineer, Global Healthcare at Dell EMC
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I’m excited to be attending this year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference where the intersection of healthcare and IT will be more prevalent than ever before. Big Data, of course, will play a prominent role this year.

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Transforming India into a Big Data Hub

Rajesh Janey

Rajesh Janey

President, India & SAARC
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Big Data is a goldmine of opportunity for every country but, it represents probably the biggest opportunity in the history of India.

The answer lies in how the world views India as a brand. More often than not, the country is seen as an IT Services hub or is commonly referred as the back-office of the world.

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