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Aphaia at Turkey Cloud & Singapore Big Data

Aphaia at Turkey Cloud & Singapore Big Data


Aphaia is proud to be this year’s media partner for EEL Turkey Cloud Computing Forum and Singapore Monetising Big Data in Telecoms World Summit, two key ICT conferences to address industry challenges of Big Data and Cloud Computing.

Our focus at this year’s Turkey Cloud Computing Forum will be the regulation of cloud data storage and processing with a view to the future of data protection and privacy laws in Turkey and the EU. We will explore how the application of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will affect Turkish data centre and other cloud businesses when offering services to EU-based companies and individuals.

Aphaia’s founder Dr Bostjan Makarovic will again speak at the event to address the pressing regulatory issues pertaining to the cloud.Other 2016 confirmed speakers at the Turkey Cloud Computing Forum are:Google, Microsoft, Arista, Ardic and the Turkish Ministry of Development Information Society.

Aphaia blog readers are welcome to use this code: EA20 to book with 20% special discount that is offered to you. To book your place at Turkey Cloud Computing Forum 2016 now, please contact Emine Acar emine.acar@eelevents.co.uk or +44 (0) 207 275 8020.

In addition, Aphaia is this year again event partner for the Monetising Big Data in Telecoms World Summit 2016 that will take place in Singapore in the organisation of Symphony Global. Hosting top analytics solutions providers like Amdocs, Cloudera, Dell, Intel & Splunk, the summit will address the issues such as becoming a data-empowered business, understanding the true value of Big Data, developing data-driven business models, and mastering the challenges as a telecoms operator from Smart Data analytics to future analytics. Jean Lee, Symphony’s marketing manager, will be happy to take your booking and provide all the information you might need.

Ahead of the two key industry conferences, Aphaia urges Cloud- and Big Data-based businesses to consider as part of their business models the issues of privacy and data protection. Information on the topic for businesses can be found in our Knowledge Centre.

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