That's our final speaker for today!
Thank you to everyone who participated, helped out and attended this years Cyberposium!
Ali Riaz, Attivio
Ari Gesher, Palantir
Fred Shilmover, InsightSquared
Colin Hill,GNS Healthcare
Sam Bisbee, Cloudant
Kent Bennett Bessemer Venture Partners (moderator)
Probably the biggest audience for a non-keynote talk today!
Great panelists from all sides of big (and small but very messy) data - healthcare, military, retail, internal productivity and HR.
Turning the huge streams of data captured by new technology into useful information for making decisions or understanding complex systems (from pleasing customers to treating diseases).
An Le, Yammer
Steve Garrity, Hearsay Social
Daniel Freeman, Atlassian
Michael Scissons, Syncapse
Tom Davenport (moderator)
Employees will find a way to use the tools they need to do their job - despite internal company rules.
Coordination of social networks and enterprise tools is already happening, but most companies find they are still using multiple systems to communicate or find information.
Mobile allows real time feedback from and to customers but also problem solving on the go (such as code checking in a bar with your team).
Companies' culture really decides how internal social networks are used - some management will welcome open discussion and criticism while some react badly...
Great talk by Lee in Burden Auditorium - which is packed!
PayPal, LinkedIn and co-founding tech companies.
Could you be part of the next Paypal Mafia or Traitorous 8?
Thanks to those who voted for Q&A questions using Pigeonhole
Matt Rodgers, Nest
Mariah Levitt, Continuum
Micah Yairi, Tactus Technology
Michael Grinich, MIT Startup Bootcamp (moderator)
Hardware poses some serious design development issues not usually associated with tech - how to prototype, get consumer feedback and iterate?
Combining physical design with user interface - create an open API to be truly adaptable and exciting!
The panel says haptic displays and texture feedback may be big in the future but simplicity and user-focus should be the number one priority.
Why are user interfaces of design tools so frustrating and unintuitive - market size and development time but could B-school students help?
Huge thanks to:
Gary Liu, Spotify
Elias Roman, Songza
John Petrocelli, Bulldog Digital
Alex Luke, EMI Music
Steven Scheider (moderator)
A great turnout for an important subject - streaming, live, subscription...
20th most popular soundtrack to make love to in U.K.: Star Wars! Thanks Gary from Spotify
The mobile advertising panel is happening now:
Mihael Mikek, Celtra
Vishal Sapra, Mr.Youth
Jorey Ramer, Jumptap
Wook Jin Chung, Google
Jean-Paul Sanday, Kiwi Inc
Michael Wolf, Activate (Moderator)
Your most personal device - with you 24/7 but how can brands really make their ads relevant, engaging and a step forward from existing online?
(Geo location the next big thing or over-rated?)
Registration is now open in Spangler Williams Room - available tickets are selling fast!