The global coronavirus pandemic is no doubt one of the most significant credit events in most of our lifetimes and, unquestionably the fastest developing one.
With daily reports showing outbreak and fatality curves on a worldwide basis, Big Data now lies at the heart of the efforts to comprehend and forecast the impact that Coronavirus will have on all of us, when we can eventually say ‘its over’.
But how will Big Data and the advances thereof in its management and data preparation make it possible to source, aggregate, and synthesize incident data on a global basis?
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“There are many opportunities to make the use of Big Data more impactful in situations like,” said Laura Chite adding; “As an industry, we have not yet been able to effectively leverage the power of Big Data at such times.”
Laura together with Harry Hare, Chairman and Publisher, CIO East Africa and Ben Mann, COO, IBM East Africa, shall be speaking at a free webinar themed; Leveraging big data in the age of COVID19, hosted by CIO East Africa.
Slated on the 23rd April 2020, the webinar aims to expound on the usability of Big Data in different business contexts during this season of the corona novel and even going forward.
The COVID-19 pandemic could be viewed as a call to action to determine how access to data could be improved in the many sectors of the global economy even going forward and post corona.
Join the free webinar by clicking on the link below, to learn how Big Data technology could be the biggest salvage for an unprecedented coronavirus, that has since seen the norm of humanity disrupted in just so many ways.
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