For businesses looking to scale, is Big Data a source of competitive advantage, or is it now required for basic survival?
You already know Ping Data won a hotly contested CeBIT PitchFest 2018, pipping runners-up Littlescribe and BenchOn to first place. But what about the other seven start-ups selected as finalists? What innovative ideas did they share?
CeBIT Australia 2018 came to an exciting close with PitchFest 2018. Ten worthy finalists (from 40 entrants) pitched their tech-related start-up ideas to the panel of expert judges: Adam Cook, Investment Associate, AirTree Ventures; Bradley Delamare, Chief Executive Officer, Tank Stream Labs; Rohen Sood, Investment Manager, Reinventure; and Noga Edelstein, Co-Founder, UrbanYou.
Some of the statistics around the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) are staggering. Speaking at CeBIT Australia 2018, Justin Nelson, Head of IoT APAC, Vodafone Global Enterprise, and Leticia Jennings, Country Manager IoT, Vodafone Australia, revealed the numbers from a specially commissioned Vodafone report, and showed how the real potential of Internet of Things lies in its benefit to people.
CeBIT Australia, Asia Pacific’s largest and longest running business technology conference and exhibition, has released the 2018 conference program. CeBIT Australia will welcome 300 leading technology suppliers to the exhibition floor, while the new streamlined conference program features over 50 expert speakers across four dedicated streams.
What qualities does an effective IT leader need to create lasting and dynamic change?
As many speakers touched on at the recent CeBIT digital healthcare conference, those who work with healthcare data have to walk a fine line between privacy and using it to create innovative outcomes for patients.
What is big data's greatest asset? The access to knowledge it provides us.
News Corp started web publishing in 1988, and at the time, the online news division didn’t really have a sustainable business model.
Digital solutions have posed many businesses today with a conundrum for implementation: how can they be innovative and sustainable at the same time?
There is a near infinite pool of knowledge that can be attained by applying the insights of big data and analytics into our everyday lives. And according to NASA’s Dennis Andrucyk, this pool of knowledge expands much farther than just Earth; we should in fact be seeking intelligence by exploring outer space.
Darragh Kennedy is no stranger to cloud transformation. At his previous post at Lonely Planet and in his current role as the Platform Engineering Manager at Zendesk, he has seen how cloud technology has completely transformed the speed, scale and scope of how businesses operate.
Ticketek can tell if you’re an Adelaide Crows fan or a Katy Perry fan or both. It can predict the next event you’re likely to book and it knows if you’ll travel to see your favourite star.
For the first time, CeBIT Australia is featuring six strategic panels where some of the most successful leaders and greatest minds in the industry will debate the biggest issues in business technology.
Did you know data can assist with more effective traffic management? We’ve got the scoop on how IBM helped improved one of the world’s most traffic-heavy cities.
Antony Ugoni, Global Director, Matching and Artificial Intelligence at Seek joined a panel discussion at Big Data & Analytics 2016 conference powered by CeBIT Australia to discuss the ways in which businesses are currently achieving an advantage through data analytics.
Big data is a relatively simple concept.
When applying the lessons of start-ups to drive corporate innovation, customer data is one of the greatest strengths of an enterprise. But are start-ups beating corporates at their own game?
The 2015 mystery Ex Machina explores the dark relationship between an AI creation, her maker and a programmer unwittingly brought in to be a test subject in the maker’s experiment:
Telstra has long been a success story for the way they identify network issues by applying predictive analytics to operational data (Source: Forbes 2015). For businesses to emulate this success, it's important to have the right people, tools and data in place.
We’re excited to welcome Sam Robertson, Head of Research & Innovation – Western Bulldogs and Victoria University to CeBIT 2017.
Organising data effectively is better for the end user. But for many businesses, breaking down silos and creating a path to effective data integration is a challenge if business intelligence systems aren't connected properly.
In a world filled with so much noise, businesses around the globe are trying to utilise data to create better personalised experiences for their customers.
Consumers post 500 million tweets and 55 million Facebook updates each day, so how can businesses make sense of big data sets they have been accumulating? Watch Joanna Batstones keynote presentation from CeBIT Australia 2016 on intepreting and analysing enterprise data. Joanna is IBM Research-Australia's Vice President and Lab Director, and is CTO of IBM ANZ.
We’re pleased to welcome Mohammad Eltiebi to the speaker panel for Big Data & Analytics 2017 Conference @ CeBIT where he will present on Data Fuelled Entertainment Analytics.
Data is all around us. From calculating our steps to scanning the solar system, data is being created quite literally, in and out of this world.
The Internet of Things – connecting everything to everything else.
In 2010 The Economist published a report called Data, data everywhere.
We are looking to the future with the launch of our CeBIT Australia 2017 agenda. As the largest and longest running technology conference and exhibition in the Asia-Pacific, we pride ourselves on bringing together a diverse array of experts from around the world.
You’ve no doubt heard the oft-repeated refrain about the importance of big data.
Customer relationships used to be the domain of the sales and marketing team.
On 9 August 2016 Australians attempted to sit down in front of the computer to fill out the census.
Mark Sheppard, Chief Innovation Officer at GE Australia, says that one of the most common questions he gets in the course of his work is: is the industrial internet revolution actually real?
Rod Smith, Vice President of Emerging Internet Technologies at IBM, feels that the future of big data
Howard Seccombe, Chief Digital Officer at Roy Morgan Research, thinks of market research as the ‘e-harmony’ for big data, because they know how to knit together data in a deep and meaningful way.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner lamentes: Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.
There are some marketing buzzwords that are guaranteed to make even the most optimistic person feel itchy with boredom and despair.
The rapid expansion of telecommunication technology has changed how we operate as a society.
These days city planners have more access to data than ever before. Did you know that up until 2003 civilisation created only 5 exabytes (that’s a quintillion if you were wondering) of data? By the end of 2012 the same amount of information was being created every two days.
IP telephony, cable modems and biometrics - those were the topics shaping the business technology landscape in 2001 when CeBIT Australia opened its doors for the very first time.
With its incredible levels of accuracy and detail, and the vast opportunities for better understanding and communicating with your customers, there’s no question that big data is a juicy topic for marketers.