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Informatica IDQ
Webinar on Saturday,12 May at 08:00 AM IST
Register here:

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Department of Defence & their Starting Point to Good Data, Information and Intelligence #dataday #infoday #dqasia

Sarah Zuiderduin, the E&T Knowledge and Information Manager from the Department of Defence delivers the opening session looking at the lessons learnt from the obstacles and from opportunities in aligning the groups and services data and information centres in a whole of Defence approach and also caution when communicating changes to data processes at:

The Sydney Edition of:
The Data and Information Guide to Intelligence(Melbourne Sold-Out)
9-10-11 April 2018, Holiday Inn Potts Point

No Sales Presentations - 100% Case Studies and Strategies

To encourage both business centres to attend:
Send One Person to Both Forum Days, and everyone else from your organisation can attend at 50% the cost for both days.

Day One: Full Day Workshop by:
Scott Leeb, iKnow LLC, former senior intelligence advisor to the
Secretary of State andcurrently assisting the US Army Corps on

Day Two: The Data Day
10 April 2018 #dataday

Day Three: The Information Day
11 April 2018 #infoday

Others presenting are:
Australian Risk Policy Institute
International Case Study: former senior intelligence advisor to the
Secretary of State: Scott Leeb: iKnow LLC
Consumer Affairs Victoria
Australian Skills Quality Authority
Office of Environment & Heritage
NSW Ministry of Health
Health System Information and Performance Reporting
Department of Finance, Services and Innovation
Sports Wizard Ltd
Experience Matters
Beyond IT
SWOOP Analytics
Department of Social Services
Indigenous Land Corporation
University of Adelaide
Block Chain Global Advisors

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Here is a good blog and post from Martin Rennhackkamp, Chief Data Scientist at PBT Australia @Rennhackkamp

Data vs. Info – a clear difference that matters!

What astounds me is that even today there are still some organisations that view data and information as interchangeable. While not accurate – the problem this presents is that it can actually have a detrimental impact on the data and BI strategy of any business.

So, what then is the difference between these terms? And, why should businesses even worry about defining data strategy/model that defines these accurately?

Read on at Martins Blog, also check out his others posts.

Here is a "Did You Know" from the blog: "Ninety percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone, and we are currently generating roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes a day – that is a lot of data."

Martin will be Chairing and Leading the very popular and first of its kind forum:

The Data and Information Guide to Intelligence in Australia
#dataday #infoday
28-29 Nov 2017, Melbourne Parkview Hotel, Australia

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Asia Pacific 3D printed medical device market is growing with a CAGR of 27.3% during forecast period.

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*Asia Pacific 3D printed medical device market is growing with a CAGR of 27.3% during forecast period. *

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The Data and Information Guide to Intelligence
A Two Day Case Study and Hands-On Forum
28-29 Nov 2017, Melbourne, Australia
Each Day is Separately Bookable(but we suggest going to both)

This newly created forum, separates and then brings together the essential parts of any organisations need to garner intelligence from their data and information. You cannot cover everything in two days, but you can look at and improve on the glaring issues within data and information, that will save you time to move your projects forward.

Day One: The Data Day
Data Stewardship
Data and Tech
Data Standards
Barriers to Good Data and Overcoming Them
Effective tracking and correcting
How open data is being provided & used
Deidentifying data for use through open data\public platforms
Social bot detection for data integrity and validity
Data anonymization for publishing and sharing social media datasets
Practical & policy challenges of preserving social media data
Data governance in a big data space
Lost Data Speak in Translation: Connecting the Business Centres
Business and asset governance
Establishing data standards within an organisation

Day Two: The Information Day
Justifying continuous improvement
Information Stewardship
Data and Tech
Data Analytics to Intelligence
Information Analysis to Intelligence
Information Governance
The Barriers
Business and asset governance

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Is Artificial Intelligence the future of Information Governance in Australia: PwC

Matt Kuperholz the Chief Data Scientist for PricewaterhouseCoopers looks at practical AI and Information Governance and making faster and better decisions
will talk about the application of machine learning to detailed information to provide valuable and actionable insight at:

Harnessing Your Most Important Asset: Information Governance Australia 2017
14-15 June 2017, Mantra on Russell, Melbourne, Australia
@dqapac #infogov
A One Day Forum with Two Interactive Workshops

This hands-on forum will aim to provide community-driven best practices to enable information management professionals in advancing your IG practices, reducing risk and increasing the value of your information and processes through real case studies and practical stories of challenges overcome.

Department of Education and Training
Monash University
Department of Defence
National Archives of Australia
Clear Strategic IT
Department of Human Services

Workshop A: Information Governance: Are you ready to govern in a world with the emerging business use of Big Data, Machine Intelligence, KM and Geospatial, Robin Wall, Lead Consultant, Beyond IT
Workshop B: You can’t manage what you don’t measure, Rick Andrews, Senior IT Domain Specialist, Telstra

* Technology trends globally and domestically
* Machine Intelligence: Cognitive Engines
* Large-scale data collection
* Strategies for ownership of Information Governance
* Interoperable information systems
* Asset management and geospatial data
* Measuring the Value of IG
* Data Quality Management
* Digital Continuity 2020
* Blueprint to solving recent privacy and security issues

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Four Steps for Thinking Critically About Data Measurements - HBR
#dq #data #dataquality #dqapac

An important recent article in Harvard Business Review, written by Dr Thomas Redman
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The Data Business Clinic – Melbourne
Building and Competing with DATA
A Two Day Highly Developmental Study Group
Rydges Swanston, Melbourne
28-29 April 2016

These two days are led by:
Dr. Thomas C. Redman Ph. D. “the Data Doc”
President, Data Quality Solutions, and Co-Founder, IAIDQ

Dr Redman is pleased to join a team of leading data quality practitioners in this first and one of kind study group in Australia

This clinic aims to address the issues, and help people and organisations position themselves to pursue the opportunities.  
It features five units:
• A Full Range of Data Strategies:  What’s Right for You?
• Data Quality:  Improve of be Swamped by Junk
• What Does ‘Manage Data Assets’ 
Mean in Practice
• Organising for Data
• Crafting a Plan to Get Started
• Innovation via big data and advanced analytics
• Creating sustained advantage through proprietary data
• Creating a cost advantage through data quality
• The Top Data Job and Chief Data Officers
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