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Reconciling Big Data & Data Residency in the Cloud

Numerous industry experts have highlighted ways that the cloud is actually enabling a transformation toward data mining

I recently blogged about “big data” and the value that big data analytics can bring to companies using this type of business intelligence to garner insights and develop competitive advantages. Numerous industry experts have highlighted ways that the cloud is actually enabling a transformation toward data mining, pattern recognition, and predictive analytics to enhance executive decision-making. For example, Booz|Allen|Hamilton’s December 2011 report, Massive Data Analytics and the Cloud, asserts that data cloud-based intelligence analysis will have an unprecedented, long-lasting, and far-reaching impact on business strategy development.

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More Stories By David Canellos

David Canellos is a security veteran who is now President and CEO of PerspecSys. An entrepreneur specializing in bringing innovative security and privacy solutions to market, he has been instrumental in establishing PerspecSys as the leader in the Cloud data Protection Gateway market.

Before joining PerspecSys, David held executive positions at Irdeto Worldwide, which acquired the company he led, Cloakware, which was a pioneer in encryption and digital rights management. Before joining Cloakware, he was the General Manager and Vice President of Sales for Cramer Systems (now Amdocs), a UK-based company, where he was responsible for the company’s revenue and operations in the Americas. Prior to his work with Cramer, David held a variety of executive, sales management and business development positions with the Oracle Corporation, Versatility and SAIC.