The last day of the MITIQ 2013 Conference was dedicated exclusively to Information Quality. Dave Vellante and Paul Gillin, theCube co-hosts, spent some time speaking with Peter Aiken, about new trends, including those pertaining to company strategy.
"Most companies don't have a Chief Data Officer. Should they?" asked Vellante. Aiken responded with an answer that left no room for doubt. Carefully describing the chief positions within an organization, he focused particularly on each job's responsibilities ...
"When we think of what a chief officer is in an organization, your Chief Financial Officer is focused on one thing and one thing only, and that's making sure that your fiscal assets of your organization are available to implement the strategy of the company. They don't do book keeping. Your Chief Medical Officer is focused on making sure the medical practices in the organization are the highest care, and supporting the goals of the organization. They don't do surgery. The Chief Risk Officer is focused on the risk aspects of the organization and they don't do software testing. The portfolio of what we ask our Chief Information Officers to do is enormous, and they are supremely talented and have gotten phenomenally good at what they do. We're talking email, we're talking backup and recovery and now we're adding Big Data topics into this as well. They are, quite frankly, juggling. In order for them to make more with data, something else has to give. As we all know in IT, we can't afford to let anything lax. The long answer to the question is YES, most organizations need a single individual to focus 100 percent on data, all the time."
RICHMOND, Va. -- The credit reporting company Equifax's stumbling responses to consumer questions about the massive data breach it reported recently, have millions worried. And they should be: as many as 143 million people are at risk of having their identities stolen. Take a listen to what Peter Aiken, an Associate Professor of Information Systems at VCU’s School of Business says you should do and how this breach might be the most significant one yet. Check out the story by Bill Fitzgerald at WTVR.
"This is a big, big, big flash drive. Every time you do a like on Facebook, a dislike, a post, it’s got to go somewhere and be recorded. This is what is going to be filling up that data center,” said Peter Aiken, Professor of Informations systems at VCU. "A lot of energy, a lot of machinery, and it’s really boring. It’s quiet, it’s cold.” Check out the story by Jake Burns at WTVR.
VCU Data Management professor Peter Aiken said he was pleased that all of his students so far have shown up for online instruction. Aiken said the half-semester of in-person instruction he got with his students helped ease the transition into virtual learning.
“So I know them at this point,” Aiken said. “If you start out with a personal meeting, beforehand. then the teleconference becomes a very good substitute, but it is harder to do. If we have to go into the fall semester, hopefully that won’t occur, but if we do have to go into the fall semester it’ll be a different game.”
Aiken said any student not familiar with virtual meeting platforms may want to try to become more comfortable with the technology since colleges and universities will likely utilize virtual instruction more often moving forward, but that education leaders need to figure out the “appropriate” role for online learning. Check out the story by Jake Burns at WTVR.
Back when IBM was more involved in data and education, they held a series of conferences on these topics - here is an interview I did for them after a talk on Rethinking data education: data asset management requires business ownership that I gave!
Sarah Sarah McConnell was kind enough to interview me about big data on her wonderful program "With Good Reason"
Peter Aiken is a leading figure in the Irish music business.
When you look at the list of artists that Aiken Promotions have brought to Irish venues, you'll see very few are missing from a "who's-who" of global music stars. Peter's ambition and passion for the business is at the heart of the operation and in this revealing conversation, you'll begin to understand why the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Ed Sheeran are so keen to work with him.
This in-depth interview was recorded at a special 'Business of Music' event at The White Horse in Cork in January 2016, to kick off the annual Ballincollig Winter Music Festival.
Among many highlights include:
* how Peter started as a 16 year old roadie for Rory Gallagher
* the story of how he persuaded Ed Sheeran to play Croke Park in 2015
* reflections on the uncertainty of the music promotion business
* the unlikely comeback of Justin Bieber
* how the modern hardworking professional musician has replaced the old rock'n'roll stereotype
* Peter's reflections on the Garth Brooks saga of 2014
* what he learned from his late father, and pioneer in the business, Jim Aiken
* the story of how the popular Live At The Marquee series was born
Note: the occasional noise heard is the angry output of Storm Jonas hammering on the roof of The White Horse!
This video was produced by AV3 Productions. Full details on Smarter Egg events can be found at http://smarteregg.com
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