How much does your data matter?

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Daneil Keys Moran, computer programmer and science fiction writer, once said about Big Data, “You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data”.    Unfortunately, there is a lot of data floating around that does not provide much valuable information.  Data is the foundation of digital business but the challenge is in unlocking the information and value hiding in mounds of data. Companies like Cisco and their partners, try to capture, organize, prepare, and handle the available data, while also focusing on the speed, consistency and repeatabilty required.

At “Data Economy” track at TiEcon 2016, emerging industry specific data-enabled business models will be explored.  Track keynote will be given by Anand Oswal (Twitter @aoswal1234), Senior VP of Enterprise Networking Group at Cisco,, responsible for the engineering strategy, architecture, development and execution of the $16B enterprise networking portfolio at Cisco.  Last year, he gave IOT keynote at TiEcon ( .   A holder of 50 US patents, Oswal leads software strategy for Cisco’s emerging technologies like Data Analytics, Cloud, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Internet of Things (IOT) for the enterprise portfolio. Oswal believes that the impact of the unending stream of data will reach far beyond business and impact every facet of our lives, from politics to sports to entertainment and healthcare.

As an entrepreneur, if your goal is to be a successful disruptor in the data economy market place, then you may want to get the key to unlocking the value hidden in your data.  First of all, through expert data management, you may want to manage diverse sets of data cohesively.   With clever analytics, you can get your data to reveal insights that can help you get to better decisions, sustained and improved customer service, and productive overall business relationships.  

At TiEcon 2016, you will get an outstanding opportunity to get immersed in the business of big data, and learn tips, techniques, and strategies to take key steps in becoming a successful data disruptor.  Don’t miss this opportunity to network with like minded professionals, at this two day conference, to be held on May 6 & 7 at Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.  Register for the conference as my friend, at the link .