Wednesday, August 20, 2014
03:15 PM - 04:00 PM
Cultural differences are among the major barriers when introducing Big Data technologies on the European and especially the German market. The upside benefits of innovative approaches like NoSQL and cloud storage are often trumped by privacy concerns and a growing mistrust of new data technologies.
This session will give you an unique insight into the experiences of one of the leading European internet solution providers with business intelligence projects on the German market. Examples from real customers will help you to avoid common big data governance pitfalls and will share best practices, for example from projects dealing with sensitive personal data on a large scale.
Christoph Koegler (born 1973) heads the Innovation Department at T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, one of the leading European Internet solution providers. He has more than two decades of leadership and project management experience in multimedia, telecommunications and media industries, most of the time primarily in the areas of business development and innovation management. Christoph is certified as a Project Management Professional® and as trainer of SRI Internationals Five Disciplines of Innovation® program. As a recognized expert in the topic of innovation management, he coaches start-ups and intrapeneurs and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences.