Social Buzz talk series: The past, present, and future of data
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Attending IBM Connect? Take a break and recharge your mobile device in the Social Cafe, while listening to short informative social talks by industry leaders from TechCrunch, Deloitte Digital, Redbook Thought Leaders, customers, business partners, IBM, and IBM Champions.
A wide variety of social topics will be presented, including: Social enablement, collaboration, mobile apps, social networking, and community management. And the one thing you can count on, across all topics, is the question: What does the future look like? Alex Wiliams, writer for TechCrunch, will take on this topic during his chat at our Social Lounge on Tuesday, January 29.
Talks will be conducted at the social cafe in the solutions showroom, near the bookstore. For a complete schedule, visit the social cafe near registration or the social cafe on the showroom floor. Talks are free and open to IBM Connect attendees.
Featured talk: The Past, Present, and Future of Data
by Alex Williams, TechCrunch
Date: Tuesday January 29, 2013
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Location: IBM Connect – Social cafe in the solutions showcase, (next to the bookstore).
Meet Alex Williams
Alex is the enterprise writer for TechCrunch. He is a veteran technology blogger, journalist and analyst. He led the cloud and enterprise channels at ReadWriteWeb before joining SiliconAngle, where he worked as a senior editor.
Alex has a masters degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a BA in French Literature from the University of Denver. He got his start in journalism when he wrote about his experience as a college student playing baseball in France. Connect with Alex on Twitter @AlexWilliams.
A look at how data has changed the way we get our work done and what the implications are for the future.
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