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UBM Live y UBM Tech lanzan Big Data Republic

LONDRES, November 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

La nueva comunidad online explorará cómo transformar el negocio con big data

Hoy UBM Live y UBM Tech - los negocios UBM tras IFSEC, TFM&A e InformationWeek - han anunciado el lanzamiento de Big Data Republic (http://www.BigDataRepublic.com), una comunidad para los que quieren transformar sus negocios con big data.

 

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Mientras el mundo experimenta una explosión de información sin precedentes, aprovechar esos datos y darles sentido es uno de los mayores retos que las empresas, gobiernos, sectores sanitario, educativos y otros afrontarán en la próxima década.

La misión de Big Data Republic consiste en 'transformar su negocio con datos', ayudando a todos los niveles de negocio a conocer este campo emergente y conseguir una ventaja competitiva.

La comunidad explorará cómo los grandes datos pueden dirigir la estrategia empresarial con artículos especializados, visualización de datos interactivos y contenido de vídeo enriquecido.

El editor Saul Sherry explica la oferta:

"Big data está cambiando vidas ahora y está infrautilizado. En Big Data Republic, queremos potenciar a la comunidad que quiere obtener el máximo a partir del poder transformador de big data. No solo miramos los alucinantes descubrimientos de datos, sino también la forma en que esos resultados pueden ser explicados para que faciliten el cambio del mundo real."

Respaldado por el patrocinio de Dell, SAP, e Information Builders desde el lanzamiento, rápidamente crecerá para convertirse en un completo recurso de contenido impulsado por la comunidad experta, informes de libro blanco y educativos.

Luke Bilton, jefe de contenido para UBM Live, dijo:

"Big Data Republic es un emocionante lanzamiento para UBM, con colaboración entre nuestras oficinas en el Reino Unido y Estados Unidos, con otro contenido específico por región en la línea de negocio. Seguido del lanzamiento de The Big Data Show en Londres en abril de 2013 y otros eventos internacionales, es un ejemplo de cómo estamos alineando nuestro contenido y eventos empresariales para crear comunidades internacionales profundamente implicadas".

Big Data Republic se publica en asociación con UBM DeusM, el brazo de servicios de marketing integrado de UBM, que ha lanzado más de 35 comunidades online para audiencias B2B en los dos últimos años. Estos sitios han recibido más de 65 premios.

Para más información sobre Big Data Republic contacte con Saul Sherry en [email protected]

Entre aquí para acceder a Big Data Republic: http://www.BigDataRepublic.com  

También puede seguir el sitio en Twitter (https://twitter.com/bigdatarepublic) y Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bigdatarepublic)

The Big Data Show: 23 al 25 de abril, 2013, Londres

El Big Data Show (http://www.TheBigDataShow.co.uk) ofrecerá un rango de características para asegurar que se convierte en el centro de la perspectiva de los grandes datos, incluyendo conexiones entre visitantes, un enorme rango de expositores y recursos didácticos extensivos, como:

  • Más de 50 proveedores líderes para la industria de los grandes datos.
  • Un área de conexión dedicada, para que los homólogos discutan sus experiencias.
  • 2 salas de seminarios, con tres sesiones sobre los últimos desarrollos.
  • 2 salas de conferencia, con contenido estratégico y técnico de alto nivel, ofreciendo el contenido de más nivel para los visitantes senior.

Acerca de UBM Live

UBM Live conecta a las personas y crea oportunidades para las empresas en los cinco continentes para el desarrollo de nuevos negocios, conocer clientes, lanzamiento de nuevos productos, promoción de sus marcas y expansión de sus mercados. A través de marcas premier tales como, TFM&A, Internet World, MD&M, CPhI, IFSEC, Cruise Shipping Miami, Concrete Show y muchas más, los expositores de UBM Live, sus conferencias, programas de premios, publicaciones, sitios web y programas de capacitación y certificación son parte integral de los planes de marketing de las empresas en más de 20 sectores de la industria.

Acerca de UBM DeusM

UBM DeusM (http://www.deusm.com) es una compañía de servicios de marketing integrada propiedad de UBM plc, dirigida al segmento de más rápido crecimiento de la industria de la edición online: los medios sociales empresariales. La compañía está diriga por el director administrativo Stephen Saunders, Min's Marketer of the Year 2010. Tanto él como otros directivos de UBM DeusM han construido y ofrecido más de 30 sitios de éxito y comunidades online en los dos últimos años. El servicio de UBM DeusM se basa en una plataforma única, llamada Community in a Box (CiaB), que emplea un sistema estructurado de prácticas recomendadas de edición web B2B, combinadas con una plataforma de edición multimedia integrada revolucionaria ("n-Server") para permitir a los comerciantes establecer rápida y rentablemente comunidades especializadas para sus clientes objetivos.

Acerca de UBM Tech

UBM Tech es el líder global en medios tecnológicos e información profesional, permitiendo a las personas y organizaciones aprovechar el poder transformador de la tecnología. Mediante sus tres negocios principales - soluciones de medios, servicios de marketing y contenido pagado- UBM Tech produce las marcas más respetadas y consumidas y las aplicaciones de medios en el mercado de la tecnología. Más de 14,5 millones de profesionales empresariales y tecnológicos (directivos de información y gestores de TI, profesionales web y digitales, desarrolladores de software, responsables de decisiones gubernamentales y proveedores de telecomunicaciones) se implican activamente en comunidades de UBM Tech y recursos de información mensualmente. Las marcas de UBM Tech incluyen: eventos globales cara a cara como Interop, Cloud Connect, Black Hat, y Enterprise Connect; recursos online como InformationWeek, Light Reading, y Network Computing; y las revistas líderes en el mercado InformationWeek, Wall Street & Technology y Advanced Trading.

Para más información, contacte con:
Sarah Tanner
Directora de eventos, The Big Data Show 
Tel.: +44(0)20-7921-8547
Móvil: +44(0)7500-072211
E-mail: [email protected]

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