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Mar. 15, 2012 SVForum Big Data Analytics

Kieth Gatto see below.

Mar. 15, 2012 SVForum Big Data Analytics

On Thursday, March 15, 2012 in Mountain View at the Microsoft Conference Center, SVForum held the “Big Data Analytics Conference – 2012 and Beyond.” Big data keeps getting bigger. Like the ocean, there is a lot of water but it has to be filtered before you can use any of it. The revolution in faster analytics offers the hope of turning big data in to useful information and timely reaction for the public and private sector. Gathering and analyzing big data still raises concerns about privacy and must be considered in the rush to be more efficient.

Bruno Aziza of Microsoft delivered the opening keynote “Data Doesn’t Matter Until…”

Joe Jasin of DNA Partners moderated panelists Lucian Masalar of Jiff, Kim Morgan of Motorola Mobility and Mario Tapia of Getjar on big data and mobile.

Anjul Bhambhri of IBM delivered the second keynote on “Smarter Decision Making – Leveraging Big Data to Gain New Actionable Insights.”

Rob Craft of Microsoft moderated panelists Lenin Gali of Ubisoft, Jeffrey Krone of Zettaset, Yuvaraj Athur Raghuvir of SAP and Rohit Valia of IBM on big data and the business enterprise.

Marco Smit of Health 2.0 Advisors moderated panelists Jishnu Bhattacharjee of Nexus Venture Partners, Mike Dauber of Battery Ventures, Lars Leckie of Hummer Winblad and Andy Vitus of Scale Venture Partners on big data and investment landscape.

Michael Driscoll of Metamarkets moderated panelists Amr Awadallah of Cloudera, Todd Papaioannou of Continuuity and Ben Werther of  Platfora talked about big data beyond Hadoop.

Dr. DJ Patil of Greylock delivered the closing keynote “Data Jujitsu – The art of turning data into product.”

Donna Lea Downs Kawasaki AKA Donna Kawasaki attended this event.

Keith Gatto also attended this event. He can be seen here.

Note:

Remember when Berkeley was all about free speech? Remember when journalists could report on an event open to the public and say who was there? What if they were government employees funded by taxpayers? Would they have a right to know? Remember the First Amendment?

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Dec. 10, 2010 SDF Mobile Internet Tsunami

On December 10, 2010 in Mountain View at Microsoft, SDForum’s Business of New Media Conference held “The Mobile Internet Tsunami.”The mobility revolution driven by consumers is changing the way we work. Every aspect of mobility was discussed, from devices and networks to content and profitability

Matt Thompson of Microsoft made the opening remarks.

Guy Kawasaki of Alltop gave the opening keynote on his upcoming book called “Enchantment.” Be a mensch.

Joe Jasin of DNA Partners moderated panelists Monique Farantzos of doubleTwist, Jeremy Geiger of Retailigence, Jeff Haynie of Appcelerator and Jeff Smith of Smule. They discussed “The Mobile Internet – Taking it Anywhere” What does it mean to sectors to have service on a mobile device rather than on a desktop?

Ted Shelton of Open-First moderated panelists Deborah Hopkins of Citigroup and Kevin Nix of SAP. They discussed “The Fall of Bricks and Mortar to Mobile” How is mobile disrupting the enterprise and traditional ways of doing business – what’s coming up?

Kevin Efrusy of Accel Partners gave a Fireside Chat.

Harold Yu of Orrick moderated panelists Lars Leckie of Hummer Winblad, Brook Wessel of T-Mobile Ventures, Sharon Wienbar of Scale Venture Partners and Richard Yen of Saban Capital Group. They discussed the investment landscape.

Afternoon Keynote: Susan Welsh de Grimaldo of Strategy Analytics

Howard Greenfield of Go Associates moderated panelists John Loughney of Nokia, Satya Mallya of Orange FT-Group, Lindsay Newell of Alcatel-Lucent and Ben Riga of Microsoft. They discussed where is the industry going and what they think is next.

Gamiel Gran of Sierra Ventures moderated panelists Aaron Emigh of Shopkick, Vishal Gurbuxani of Mobclix, Bruce Jones of GetJar and Ben Lewis of TapJoy. They discussed where the money is. From both the “start up” to the “started up” side, what new business models are emerging and who should we pay attention to?

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