Enterprise managers know that big data isn’t a possibility—it’s a must. What began as a tool for marketing and social media now extends to core business domains such as R&D, Manufacturing, Procurement, and Corporate Management.
But getting consensus around how to apply big data to the enterprise isn’t simple. There’s plenty of disagreement about how tools will be integrated, and different stakeholders have varying requirements. There’s also confusion around efficient management, the sharing of resources, and clustering of systems
In this session, we’ll discuss some of the real business problems that arise when enterprises embrace big data.
This session is sponsored by LG CNS
Yong Ik Park is a senior director of Advanced Analytics Business Unit at LG CNS, a global IT service company delivering values through big data solutions such as hadoop-based big data platform and advanced analytics services. He played a main role to establish this business in LG CNS since 2010 by leading the Smart Big Data Platform and Appliance development. He is now developing the vertical solutions which contain the expertise captured from the big data business and analysis experiences so far. Yong Ik’s career also spans as strategy and business consultant in various industries. Prior to joining LG CNS, he was a manager and director in Arthur Anderson and BearingPoint. Yong Ik holds Master’s and Ph.D in Economics from Yonsei University, South Korea.
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