- GigaOM’s Derrick Harris to Discuss Opportunity, Future of Young Big Data Market with Emcien Corp. CEO at Big Data Week Atlanta 2013 April 5, 2013
- Big Data Week Expands Global Presence to Include Atlanta, Selects Big Data Startup Emcien Corp. to Drive City-wide Engagement February 26, 2013
- Emcien Corp. Declares that Big Data Applications Lead the New Industrial Revolution January 29, 2013
- Emcien Corp. Taps Big Data Thought Leader Dr. David A. Bader for Advisory Board December 4, 2012
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The Dawn of Big Data Mornings in Atlanta
Atlanta was challenged to unite around Big Data as an industry in April during Big Data Week, and over the course of seven days and 22 unique events more than 800 of the city’s brightest minds reflected how strong the momentum of the industry is in Atlanta. We were blown away by the commitment of attendees throughout the week, including many participants who arrived for events early in the morning and stayed for discussions well into the evening. Instead of allowing the energy and community built during Big Data Week ...
Three Ways Big Data Affects Consumers
Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. To most consumers, these networks are the best in keeping up with the latest information on family, friends and associates. For businesses, however, they are a treasure trove of valuable information, and social networks aren’t the only source for actionable customer information. Big Data is transforming business at a rate many can’t keep up with. Armed with the right analysis and execution, businesses can use Big Data to target ads, solve internal problems, analyze markets, and even enhance security of their digital information. But how does Big ...
Big Data Week is coming to Atlanta
About fifty years ago, Atlanta was the size of Little Rock, Ark. About a hundred years before that, it was burned to the ground. Atlanta has proven again and again that it’s got gumption and can grow, and is doing so now, becoming the tech hub of the east. With a firm foundation that includes the busiest international airport in the world, a vibrant cluster of corporate giants such as Coca-Cola, UPS, Delta, NCR and The Home Depot, top notch colleges and universities, and fast-moving entrepreneurial activity, Atlanta is now standing ...