PayPal and AOL join all-star line-up at Big Data World Congress

Top IT giants from Royal Mail, AOL and Paypal will converge in London to present their views at the Big Data World Congress – www.bigdatacongress.com. Taking place at London’s National Hall Olympia from 26th-27th June 2013, the event analyses this growing subject, covering topics such as security, strategy and analytics. Keynote speakers including Phil Cheetham, Head of Technology, AOL and Catherine Doran, CIO, Royal Mail will join over 300 delegates to share the latest trends, products and services.

Interest in Big Data has grown considerably over the last 12 months with 65% of global organisations planning to deploy some form of big data solution this year. This event brings together speakers, exhibitors and case studies all under one roof. Over 60 experts will feature at the event including;

Eddie Short, Partner and Head of Business Intelligence, KPMG
Daniel Austin, Senior Principal Analyst, Paypal
Warwick Bailey, VP for BI, Barclays Capital
Dexter Casey, CISO, The Co-operative Group
Joydeep Sen Sarma, Co-Creator, Apache Hive
Charlotte Richards, Head of Insight, Penguin Books

Alongside the Big Data World Congress, delegates will also have access to two co-located conferences; the Cloud World Forum and the CDN World Forum. The conferences offer a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the overall cloud space and the rise of Big Data in the enterprise.
The event is ideal for anyone looking to come together with fellow industry experts to network, share ideas and learn about the leading trends and topics in Big Data. So whether you work in telco or enterprise, the forum is an event not to be missed.

The Big Data World Congress takes place at National Hall Olympia on the 26th & 27th June 2013. Free passes are available to those eligible, click here to apply for a pass now or contact [email protected] or telephone +44 (0)845 519 1230 for further information.

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