Thursday, February 13, 2014
11:00 - Noon PST / 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST
James Short, Ph.D.
Lead Scientist, Center for Large Scale Data Systems Research (CLDS), SDSC
THIS WEBINAR HAS PASSED
Finding and exploiting the value in the tremendous ingestion of data into corporate IT environments is a critical challenge for senior business and IT management today. This webinar will present a sixteen month research project on data value and enterprise productivity. We will outline a preliminary three-factor model of value, discuss the organization of use case studies and field survey research, and outline plans to establish a test environment at SDSC to perform validation and scaling tests of simulated valuation models. Participants in the webinar will come away with a data value model and framework, examples of valuation practices, and an overview of the project and its participants. Opportunities for involvement in the project will be addressed at the end of the webinar.
About the Speaker
James Short is Lead Scientist and research staff member at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. His research focuses on the dynamics of data growth and business value, technology and information governance, and the economic effects of information transparency and asymmetries in financial markets. He is the author of several well-known studies in the How Much Information? report series. Prior to joining SDSC, he was Research Director at the Global Information Industry Center at UCSD. Short has served on the faculties of the MIT Sloan School of Management and the London Business School, and was a Fellow in the Belfer School of Science and Technology at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He holds his undergraduate and graduate degrees from MIT.