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24th February 2015, Brussels

#Digital4EU stakeholder forum

The forum will take place in Brussels on Tuesday 24 February 2015. It is a one-day event organised by the European Commission. It will include four main workshops: Single Market 2.0 – Going digital; An empowered, protected consumer; Digital technology and copyright; and Smart Industry. The conference is open to all those interested. Vice-President Andrus Ansip, responsible for the Digital Single Market, and Commissioner Günther H. Oettinger , responsible for the Digital Economy and Society, will open the morning and afternoon sessions. The conference will be closed by Robert Madelin, Director General for Communication Networks, Content and Technology.

25th  February 2015, Hanau

BitKom Big Data Summit

The summit will be held on the 25th of February in the Congress Park Hanau. The Big Data Summit will provide a platform for the presentation and discussion of best practices in the use of data from its own and external sources. The digitization of the economy is advancing fast – in all industries and sectors, from research to production, marketing, corporate communications and logistics. 

25th-26th  February 2015, Madrid

Trust in the Digital World 2015 – Trusting Big Data

This annual, independent, two-day industry conference will focus on public and private trust related to the European Cyber Security Strategy. The format of the event consists of a mixture of practical demonstrations, presentations and panel discussions  covering  the  key  challenges,  visions  and  strategies  related  to  the  European  Cyber Security Strategy. Each panel discussion is organised from three different perspectives: Industry, Government & Policy makers, Knowledge/research Institutes.

25th-27th February 2015, Amsterdam

Data Protection and Privacy Compliance in Big Data and Cloud

This forum will offer critical insights into achieving company compliance by aligning all departments in data classification strategy to maintain cloud and big data protected. With data growing at an average of 50% annually, data backup and recovery are challenges facing all businesses regardless of company size or industry.

5th March 2015, Viena

Big Data Marketing Day

The main objective of BIG DATA Marketing Day is providing solutions from the BIG DATA business to potential clients. The visitors will get a comprehensive overview of latest developments of the year and transparency for their investment planning.

25th March 2015, Brussels

2nd Annual European Data Economy Conference: Big Data – Towards a data-driven economy for Europe 

The 2nd Annual European Data Economy Conference: Big Data – Towards a data-driven economy for Europe will take place on 25th March in Central Brussels.

In the digital age, Europe’s readiness to compete globally for high-quality jobs, to lead in the fields of innovation and research, and to harness the power of data to deliver economic growth and social benefits, will be a central pillar in the challenges it faces in the 21st century. This year’s event will gather 250 participants to debate these issues.

28th-29th April 2015, London

Smart to Future Cities 2015

The conference will help you meet the challenge of managing big data in the smart city and establish your position in the complex smart city ecosystem. 
In addition, you will be able to build the right partnerships and take advantage of enormous revenue opportunities. 

13th-14th May 2015, London

Big Data Innovation Summit

The summit will help your business understand & utilize data-driven strategies and discover what disciplines will change because of the advent of data.  More and more companies are now using big data to develop customer insights and enhance customer experience, and are using advanced analytics to target digital initiatives. 

23rd May 2015, Firenze

BIGDSE ´15 – 1st International Workshop on Big Data Software Engineering

BIGDSE’15 aims to explore such kinds of opportunities that Big Data technology offers to software engineering, both in practice as well as research. In addition, BIGDSE’15 will look at the challenges imposed by building Big Data software systems.

Overall, BIGDSE’15 will feature contributions and discussions that push the link between Big Data and software engineering, as well as critically look into issues such as cost-benefit of big data.

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