IoT Meets Big Data: The Opportunities and Challenges

IoT Meets Big Data: The Opportunities and Challenges

Thursday, April 2, 2015

In our eighth Meetup we have Syed Hoda, Chief Marketing Officer of ParStream presenting “IoT Meets Big Data: The Opportunities and Challenges”. Come meet other business leaders in the IoT ecosystem and discuss the business issues you face in the Internet of Things.

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6:00: Doors open. Eat, drink and meet fellow members. 
6:30: Opening remarks and room introductions. 
6:45: Presentation 
7:30: Questions, answers and discussions 
8:00: Doors close

Presentation Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data have each made press headlines and continue to be board-level priorities. The intersection of IoT and Big Data is a fascinating area of innovation with tremendous scope for business impact. From industrial sensors to vehicles to health monitors, a huge variety of devices connects to the Internet and share information. At the same time, the cost to store data has dropped dramatically while capabilities for analysis have made huge leaps forward.  How can analytics drive business benefits from IoT projects?  What are the challenges in storing and analyzing huge amounts of real-world information? How can companies generate more value from their data?  We will address these questions and also share our perspectives on innovative technologies enabling new IoT use cases.

Syed’s Bio

Syed Hoda leads the global marketing function for ParStream. Before joining ParStream, Syed was the General Manager and marketing leader for Cisco’s Emerging Solutions Group, where he started-up and scaled a new software business from $0 to $100M. He was also one of the Chief Storytellers for Cisco’s Internet of Things and Globalization initiatives. Prior to Cisco, Syed worked at CapGemini, Kurt Salmon Associates, and IBM in a variety of marketing, strategy, GTM, and consulting roles and served in senior leadership positions across three different continents. He received his MBA from Emory University and undergraduate in Industrial Engineering at Case Western Reserve University.