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Cloud Computing for Big Data in Pharma

16 Jul 2014 - 16 Jul 2014 - WEBINAR

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Ever rising streams of data flowing into databases within companies prove that information and properly used datasets have gained incredible power. What might be perceived as a potentially disruptive technology, can in the end operate as a competitive advantage that helps company to emerge from a challenging environment. Today‘s cloud environment and its prospect for the future – mainly in terms of downward price trends - clearly indicate that question of incorporating cloud computing in the enterprise strategy is currently appropriate more than ever. Pharmaceutical companies have been utilizing Big Data technologies during the last couple of years, so now time has ripe to leverage the lessons learned.

If you are looking for best practices on how to find and instil an enterprise and industry wide data culture for breaking down information silos, this webinar is the best place for you to be on.

Learn from lessons learned by Big pharma representative Bryn Roberts, understand how to turn Big data into Smart Data presented by Thanos Papanaklis and make the strategy work for you. 

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