Sunday 27, March 2016

Dubai – MENA Herald: To reiterate the presence of big data analytics and solutions in the market, Microsoft has stepped up as partner for Business Intelligence Analytics and Hackathon at the Big Data show, taking place on 29th and 30th March at the Dubai World Trade Center.
With the digital universe growing every two years, and with machine generated data expanding from 11% in 2005 to over 40% in 2020, Microsoft firmly believes that greater insights can be accessed by converting raw unstructured data into meaningful intelligent actions. The Big Data Show will have local, regional and international exhibitors shedding light on converting unfiltered data into structured data and will feature a host of on-site demonstrations at the Microsoft stand around IoT Remote Monitoring, Emotion Recognition and Social Analytics solutions. Microsoft’s Participation at the Big Data Show will also highlight the role of Microsoft SQL Server 2016 as a business analytics and data management platform that combines unique cloud capabilities for building transformative apps and represents a giant step forward for Microsoft in the history of databases. Interactive sessions at the Big Data show will provide an excellent opportunity for delegates to meet some of the world’s leading big data and analytical experts to deliberate on operational challenges and share unparalleled industry knowledge.
Microsoft, as this year’s exclusive sponsor for the Hackathon will bring together the brightest minds in coding, programming and designing and will provide a platform for honing and advancing skills to innovative developers. Tremendous opportunity will be provided for building apps on smart living which will then presented in front of a panel of judges. Microsoft will also carry out workshops and share insights during conference sessions.
To discover more about Microsoft’s big data and IoT solutions such as the Advanced Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse and Machine Learning, come and interact with cloud experts throughout the show. Registrations for the Hackathon can be made here.