June 13, 2012
NEW YORK, June 12 -- Axway, the Business Interaction Networks company, announced today John Thielens, chief security officer, Axway will speak at the 10th Annual International Cloud Expo on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Thielens' presentation entitled "Fighting for the Prize: Securing Big Data Input, Storage and Output for Valuable Analytics" will cover the importance of securing data gathering methods and securing access to that valuable data.
As data continues to grow exponentially, so does the variety of data (structured and unstructured) coming from humans, machines and applications. In order to pull valuable information from it all, proper data gathering is critical, and the output of that data needs to be timely and accurate, with a flexible method of delivery. It is not easy to maintain quality and security of data input and feeds due to the volume, variety and velocity of the data. Without proper security the result is less valuable output. In this presentation, Thielens will discuss what role security and proper movement of data play in ensuring accurate, valuable analytics.
WHAT: "Fighting for the Prize: Securing Big Data Input, Storage and Output for Valuable Analytics" WHO: John Thielens, Chief Security Officer, Axway WHEN: June 13, 2012, 6:20 p.m. EDT
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Axway representatives will be available at the company's booth # 447 to discuss Axway and CA Technologies solutions. Additionally, Axway will be hosting a booth in the Big Data Pavilion.
Click to Tweet: Catch up with Axway, booth 447, to learn about big data and its offerings #cloudexpo #cloud #bigdata #axway
To learn about Axway's cloud adoption findings covering the impact the cloud will have between now and 2015, view the infographic: http://www2.axway.com/en/pr/cloud-impact-adoption-infographic
To schedule a meeting to visit Axway at the show: http://www.axway.com/events/event/international-cloud-expo
To participate in the Axway cloud poll: http://www.axway.com/products-solutions/cloud-solutions
Read Axway's corporate blog post by John Thielens: Good Intentions: Making Sense of Big Data
Follow Axway on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Axway
Axway, the Business Interaction Networks company, is a software company with more than 11,000 customers in 100 countries. For more than a decade, Axway has provided leading organizations around the world with proven technology solutions that integrate, manage, secure and govern the business-critical interactions that accelerate enterprise performance. Our award-winning solutions span business-to-business integration, managed file transfer, business operations monitoring, process management, and email and identity security -- offered on premise or in the Cloud with professional and managed services. Axway is registered in France with headquarters in the United States and offices around the globe. More information is available at www.axway.com.
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