Big data for social recovery

BIG Data drives marketing today. Global brands are realising big gains from Big Data analytics by influencing consumer behaviour. Amazon, one of the first companies to anticipate the potential of Big Data, proved it when its chief executive officer Jeff Bezos became the world’s richest person, after Amazon’s earnings report was recently made public. Forbes stated that retailers who leverage on Big Data are able to increase their operation margins by 60 per cent.

Data-driven intelligence has been used successfully especially in technology and business, while being rapidly explored in other areas — health, agriculture, transportation services, banking sectors and so on. Big Data has also been said to influence voting behaviours, for instance in the controversial Trump and Brexit campaigns.

Since Big Data trend has arrived in Malaysia, is it possible to use it to combat some of Malaysia’s social problems?

Seldom a day passes without us reading the news about social illnesses in Malaysia: drug-related problems, physical and sexual abuse and teen crimes. How can we fix this?

Unfortunately, the complexity of social problems has diverted people’s attention away from the root causes of the problems, thus leading to unsuccessful solutions.

Here, Big Data could play a big role through pattern-matching algorithms which can give valuable insights into the origin of the social problems as well as provide focus on finding effective solutions. Several countries have attempted to leverage on the power of data analytics for this purpose.

In the United States, the opioid epidemic is causing the death of more than 15,000 patients every year as well as impacting the lives of a further two million people who abuse or depend on painkilling drugs. In addressing the problem, data intelligence is used to identify effective therapies to stop the addiction, cut down on fraud in prescribing the drugs, as well as in deciding ideal places to build new opioid treatment facilities.

In New Zealand, Big Data is used to predict the risk that a child will be maltreated. It is said that the prediction is as accurate as a mammogram detects breast cancer. These insights allow vulnerable families to be assisted ahead of time, preventing the likelihood of children being physically, emotionally or sexually abused. Further, data intelligence could help centres classify the thousands of calls they receive based on the urgency for those families to be assisted.

Lack of education, whether in terms of limited opportunities or lack of interest, could also be one of the contributors to social problems. While we see Malaysia becoming a more competitive society, the focus on top students obtaining the best results also mean that a lot of others are left neglected.

Also in the US, data is used to develop an “early warning system” to identify students who need the most assistance in terms aid programmes. Further, Big Data is also used to assess the effectiveness of intervention programmes implemented.

However, application of Big Data analytics in social context may not come easy. Challenges come in the form of:

LACK of structured Big Data for social problems. Oftentimes, data are missing, incomplete, or stored in silos. Due to the nature of social data that are messier, more dynamic and complex by virtue of the sum of stakeholders involved, collaborations between various parties to contribute and integrate data is critical to create effective strategies.

SHORTAGE of skilled workforce. As we move rapidly into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the change in the supply and demand for jobs undergoes a similar rapidity. Unfortunately, the immense demand for data specialists does not match the scarce supply.

THREATS imposing ethical issues in relation to data privacy, confidentiality, transparency and prejudice. There have been concerns that Big Data tools would reinforce prejudice and biases by targeting a certain group of people. Privacy and confidentiality of data, which can compromise identity, could be abused if they fall into irresponsible hands. Big Data also requires transparency – unfortunately, more often than not, data is being used, or sold, without people’s knowledge and consent.

While Big Data may be the answer to address the critical social problems Malaysia is facing, the effort in battling the social plague requires support from all parties to ensure the strengthening of data collection as well as the advancement of skilled workforce. Further, collaboration between statisticians, social work practitioners, ethics specialists and experts on disparities is important. Lastly, it is also important to realise that Big Data is a double-edged sword — Big Opportunities, Bigger Responsibilities.

DR MOONYATI MOHD YATID is a senior analyst in the Technology, Innovation, Environment and Sustainability (TIES) Department, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

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‘Startups are the truest passion projects’ – 60 quotes from Indian startup journeys

From passion to purpose, witness the memorable journey of Indian entrepreneurship in these excerpts and stories! StoryBites is a weekly feature from YourStory, featuring notable quotable quotes in our articles of this past week (see the previous post here). Share these 60 gems and insights from the week of February 12-18 with your colleagues and networks, and check back to the original articles for more insights.

Start small. Set tiny, realistic goals. That is the sign of a top performer. – Zubin Ajmera, Progress and Win

The corporate world realises that collaborating with startups will actually create the kind of differentiation they need. – Subinder Khurana, NASSCOM

There was a time when disrupting the status quo was the way to become a market leader. Now it’s simply a way of surviving. – Anthony Bartolo, Tata Communications

The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud. – Coco Chanel

A decade ago pulling data and organising it for meaningful outcomes took years. Now, it takes less than a day to crunch voluminous data. – Bob Lord, IBM

Location is no longer a point, it is a moving line. – Kashyap Deorah, HyperTrack

Startups must remember to focus on core technology instead of focusing on data gathering. – M R Srinivasaprasad, Philips Innovation Centre

With increasingly nuclear families, working spouses and people moving across cities, the vertical flow of parenting knowledge from generation to generation was replaced by a horizontal flow of knowledge among mothers. – Vishal Gupta, Momspresso

If you truly feel the power of art, give everything to it. – Renu George, Gallery Time and Space

Every artist has a unique style and trying to compete with others is a losing battle. – Lalitha Raj

Blockchain eases pressure on the wallets of businesses operating in the healthcare domain. – Ashissh Raichura, Scanbo

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey; hence, always be on the lookout for someone who can mentor you. – Rashi Sanghvi, Gardner Street

The key is to keep doing good deeds for they keep you happy and continue the circle of giving and receiving. – G Prabhakar Bellisara, Padmashree orphanage

The companies who support the rule of law and operate with decency and fair play around the globe will always succeed in the long term. – Timothy Erblich, Ethisphere

Banking and Blockchain are natural bedfellows. – Karan Bharadwaj, XinFin

The use of data that goes beyond tax returns, bank statements, and credit bureaus enhances the ability of Indian citizens and businesses outside the formal banking system to access credit. – Sonal Jain, Indifi Technologies

With cities getting smarter, the demands on the infrastructure are increasing and technology is key to keep up the pace. – Shalini Kapoor, IBM

AI is rapidly transforming the way we identify and hire talent and is headlong on the path towards becoming your career companion. – Raj Mukherjee, Indeed

A mobile-only mindset, an instinct for ubiquitous computing and a demand for localised content are three key things that are driving next billion users to connect to the Internet. – Caesar Sengupta, Google

Technology plays pivotal role in managing a huge base of subscribers. – Harsh Vardhan, Voko

Cloud telephony has made it easier for SMEs and enterprises to set up their contact centre operations. – Chaitanya Chokkareddy, Ozonetel

The ultimate role of AI in marketing is to add value and purpose to both brands and customers. – Satyakam Mohanty, Lymbyc

Digital lending firms have made it possible to provide hassle-free loans to SMEs. – Rajesh Gupta, Cash Suvidha

IoT services are central to the rise in IoT devices. – Denise Rueb, Gartner

The future of field workforce management is IOT-enabled connected devices and smart homes. – Anand Balaji, Zuper

Most calamitous warnings of job losses confuse AI with automation — that overshadows the greatest AI benefit — AI augmentation. – Svetlana Sicular, Gartner

If big data can be put to cutting-edge use for our corporations and clients, it can very well be a catalyst for the economy and the country. – Keshav Murugesh, WNS Global Services Group

Everybody wants Bitcoin but nobody knows what to do with it. – Priyank Kharge, Minister of Information Technology, Karnataka

There will be a natural progression for new consumers to embrace digital. The challenge for all will be to increase share of pre-paid model than cash-on-delivery. – Sanjay Sethi, ShopClues

Increasingly, businesses will be judged on their commitment to what we call Applied Intelligence. – Mark Knickrehm, Accenture Strategy

Business is all about how you can use your data. – Mahesh Lingareddy, Smartron

Scalable and accessible financial services platforms, incorporating big data analytics and machine learning, will be critical to any lending business. – Gan Chee Yen, Fullerton Financial Holdings

We vigorously trust in sleek user interfaces, and rarely ask what lies beneath. – Philipp Kristian, ‘The Trust Economy’

Such a large market and such low levels of ecommerce penetration means there is huge room for growth. – K. Ganesh, Growth Story

India has many dislocated markets that can be fertile ground for startups. – Rajeev Ahuja, RBL Bank

Can you bring the cost of delivery down so low that the economics actually become super viable? Today with better technology it is easier to bring the cost of delivery lower with a sizeable business. – Bhavik Rathod, uberEats India

Mobile or digital payments can replace cash only when these payment methods are as intuitive or frictionless as paying by cash. – Vivek Kumar Singh, ToneTag

A lot of startups had suggested that they were moving away from offers and discounts. However, social media tells a different story. – Siddharth Dwivedi, Vaizle

O2O is the way to go for a country like India, where there is a great variation in preferences. – Amit Sinha, Paytm Mall

The offices of tomorrow will invest in cutting-edge technology to provide more efficient working techniques. – Ishan Thacker, Vector Projects

It’s amazing how someone’s IQ seems to double as soon as you give them responsibility and indicate that you trust them. – Tim Ferriss, ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’

No product is created perfect. It is always an evolution. – Amit Dabas, Daaki

While food is one way to get to know a place, it also brings to the fore many lesser-known stories. – Simi Matthew, Oota Walks

Competition is good, but all parties must be equally regulated. – Deepak Abbot, Paytm

The potential for beauty services, drivers on demand, and cleaning among others is immense. – Snehanshu Gandhi, Tapp Me

In China, local brands become national ones. We believe that the same will happen in India. – Ananya Tripathi, Myntra

With cinema becoming expensive right now, people are looking at alternate forms of entertainment. – Nandhitha Hariharan, Let’s Talk Life

Thanks to migration, there’s an opportunity for every regional product to reach big cities. – Purba Kalita, SaleBhai

Mental illness continues to be one of the most misunderstood and hidden epidemics of our generation. – Matt Berriman, Unlockd

You can’t be a global company without understanding the dynamics of every market and every city. – Didier Hilhorst, Uber

Gaming is big business. But scaling up in India is big challenge. – V Ganapathy, Axilor

The media is in crisis. Google and Facebook are taking the vast majority of ad revenue. – Jonah Peretti, BuzzFeed

Brand spends on mobile gaming are very low compared to TV. But the opportunity is huge. Gaming can drive captive communities in the future. – Rajan Navani, Jetline India

We believe that it is possible to ensure good health, a clean home, and a healthy pet without the use of harmful chemicals. – John Thomas, Herbal Strategi

Healthy soils equal healthy humans. – Mudhu Reddy

Without humans, the forest will flourish. Without forests, we humans cannot flourish. – K M Chinnappa, Wildlife Conservation Education Project

The problem of e-waste is only going to grow exponentially. It’s important to engage with the issue because the problem cannot be solved without behavioural shift on how we treat e-waste. – Pranshu Singhal, Karo Sambhav

Food is not just about taste, it’s a whole sensual treat for all your senses. – Sunaeyaa Kapoor

We are now going back from processed foods back to our roots. – Neeti Sarin, Tiffin’s Etc

While sympathy is present in spades in our society, empathy is in short supply. – Saaket and Salil Jajodia, Donate My Time

The state of the country and the ordinary people needs to be researched, contextualised, and communicated for a democracy to be able to correct its course constantly. – Kota Neelima, ‘Shoes of The Dead’

If your intuition says you can do it, just go ahead with it. – Nagashree Gururaj, PCYS

Startups are the truest passion projects. – Kanchan Kumar, ‘The Madness Starts at 9’

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Need to reskill workforce on disruptive technology: PM Narendra Modi

HYDERABAD: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged the salaried class to reflect on changing nature of jobs in the backdrop of increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and automation among corporates, and emphasised the need for reskilling existing workforce on emerging technologies.

Inaugurating the twin conferences of World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) and software industry association Nasscom’s India Leadership Forum being held at Hyderabad through video conferencing on Monday, Modi also launched Nasscom’s reskilling initiative FutureSkills. “We need to ensure that our existing workforce is able to reskill, as new technologies emerge,” the PM said.

Nasscom has identified eight key technologies to help reskill the existing workforce in India. These include robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, Internet of Things, social & mobile, big data analytics, cloud computing and 3D printing. Disruptive technologies such as blockchain and the Internet of Things will have a deep impact on the way we live and work, Modi said. “They will require rapid adaptation in our workplaces.”

He said FutureSkills should “help India maintain its competitive edge”. Modi said, with over one lakh villages linked with optical fibre, 121 crore mobile phones, 120 crore Aadhaar and 50 crore internet users, India is best placed to leverage the power of technology to leapfrog into the future while ensuring empowerment of every citizen.

“Technology has transcended PowerPoint presentations and has become an inseparable part of people’s lives. While most government initiatives depend on a government push, Digital India is succeeding because of people’s pull,” he said.

The PM said leveraging technology in such a holistic manner was unthinkable some years ago, but his government has successfully completed this life-cycle in the last three-and-a-half years with the convergence of Make in India and Digital India initiatives.

Modi said the government believes that startups were key to finding viable and economical solutions across sectors and verticals and, accordingly, the government is building Tinkering Labs in schools under Atal Innovation Mission with an objective of fostering curiosity, creativity and imagination in young minds.

Modi said the JAM trinity of combining 320 million Jan Dhan bank accounts of poor with Aadhaar and mobile with direct benefits of welfare measures has saved Rs 57,000 crore. “Digital payments through BHIM-UPI has registered transactions of Rs 15,000 crore in January 2018,” he said.

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Highlights from the ARBS 2018 Speaker Series

An impressive line-up of speakers will participate in this year’s Speaker Series at ARBS 2018 to be held at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Sydney from May 8-10.

Registration and full program information will be available from this Friday, February 23 at www.arbs.com.au.

Highlights from day one of ARBS will include a presentation on next generation Fault Detection and Diagnosis (FDD) tools.

The CSIRO will present the latest findings from a range of real-world FDD case studies in commercial buildings (offices, airports, museums, and retail) where six different FDD Solutions from Australian service providers were implemented.

A case study highlighting the unique features of Sydney ICC’s central energy plant is also planned with presentations by the lead consulting engineers and contractors behind the $1.5 billion redevelopment.

Speakers will address project challenges and key lessons learnt. It also includes a site tour of ICC’s central chiller plantroom to experience the system in operation.

Another highlight from day one is a panel of industry experts addressing the question: Is Australia ready for low GWP refrigerants?

Discussions will focus on practical applications for HVACR professionals and what needs to be considered when selecting and using low GWP refrigerants. Another panel session planned for day two of ARBS 2018 is entitled: The modern technician – the future of the refrigeration trade.

The panel session will explore barriers and opportunities to the uptake of refrigeration apprenticeships and traineeships in Australia and proposed changes to training packages.

Presenters will discuss the importance of attracting a diverse range of people into trades training and outline what is required to support their successful completion and ensure the level of skill required to meet future workforce needs.

A tour is also planned for the Barangaroo South District Cooling site following a presentation on the project from ‘concept to operation’. A significant contributor to achieving its carbon positive goal is the district cooling system that provides chilled water to all types of buildings within the development.

The presentation will explore challenges including laying the foundations of a workable sustainability strategy; the precinct wide cooling design concepts and strategies employed; integrating the detailed design of the commercial building’s cooling systems; and the transition from construction to the required operating performance. The tour covers Barangaroo South, a landmark development on the shores of Darling Harbour and one of only 18 projects globally to be a part of the Clinton Climate Initiative’s C40 carbon positive development program.

Another presentation that is likely to attract a lof of interest is entitled Net-Zero Buildings: Australia’s vision for a carbon positive future. Join GBCA, NABERS, the Department of Environment and Energy, and AMP Capital to discuss the trends for net-zero buildings in Australia and what this means for the HVACR industry.

Presenters will outline a vision for a carbon positive future including the outcomes required to achieve a permanent transition for the building sector and explore opportunities to future proof business success in a low-carbon economy.

Day three presentations include Big Data – Is it hype or the future? This session will explore ‘big data analytics – academic or real world (focus on analytical methods)’ as well as ‘data collection – best practice/data integrity’ and ‘data management and artificial intelligence.’

One topic that has generated a lot of interest over the past 12 months is Legionnaires disease. Recent outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease in Sydney and Melbourne CBDs have highlighted the need for interventions to firmly address building services design and maintenance practices.

A session is planned which will describe systems most at risk and outline control mechanisms proven to be effective. The changes to regulations including the need to apply risk management principles will also be covered.

Increased awareness of the impact of refrigeration and air conditioning on the environment continues to change the way industry think and act when making decisions for the future.

A special presentation is planned to provide the audience with a clear understanding of how HFO’s combined with diverse refrigeration architectures are already positively impacting the industry, through improvements in; energy efficiency, refrigerant charge / leak reduction, total cost of ownership and reduced overall environmental impact.

Research into PV cells driving domestic air-conditioning units will be presented on day three of ARBS. The presentation will explore the project ‘Stand-alone Solar Powered Air-Conditioning System’ which aims to analyse the feasibility of running a system with renewable energy that is generated on-site.

The results will be a good indication of what the future may hold for PV powered air conditioning systems, for both small-scale (residential and light commercial) and large-scale applications.

ARBS 2018 is an opportunity for the industry to see all the latest products, talk to manufacturers and distributors about new innovations and enjoy many of the social activities including the awards presentation dinner.

Pre-registration for the Speaker Series is available online at www.arbs.com.au.

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Opinion: ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ brings new set of risks

This isn’t the manufacturing industry your grandparents knew.

Companies use technology to transform production tasks from days or weeks to hours or minutes. We are witnessing a wave of technology in manufacturing that many are calling “Industry 4.0.” This move into the Fourth Industrial Revolution is right here in front of us, and it brings with it new ways of production and an entirely new set of risks.

That internet-connected computer you are using can now give you all sorts of powerful tools like Big Data, analytics and even artificial intelligence. It also houses all of your data – information entrusted to you by your employees, customers and vendors. All of their intellectual capital and private information is right there at your fingertips allowing you to be more efficient.

So what is the risk?

Well, you are legally obligated to protect that information and, according to a study by the Ponemon Institute, you have a 26 percent chance of having a data breach in the next 24 months. Do you know, according to National Fire Protection Association data, you only have a 0.6 percent chance of having a fire in your commercial building?

A small business, right here in Springfield, emailed a “payroll batch” to their outsourced payroll provider. Unfortunately, that email was mistakenly sent to the wrong person. It happened as you might expect and what you’ve possibly done before: They filled in that person’s email address, watched Outlook prefill the recipient information – which in this case was wrong – and then hit send. All of a sudden, whether they realized it or not, they had a clearly defined data breach and there wasn’t a hacker anywhere around.

In this case, they had to do a forensic exam of their computer system to determine what data was lost and where it went. They had to get a legal consultation to determine what, if any, legal or regulatory issues they had. They had to notify people their data was lost, set up a call center and monitor their credit. All of this took seven months. All the while, their people were working on computer stuff and not performing their regular duties, which in turn hurt the bottom line. In the end, this one little mistake cost over $58,000.

They were fortunate. They had a cyber liability insurance policy that made all of this go a lot faster than it would have otherwise, and they got the best information technology help and legal advice available.

What impact would this have on your bottom line?

Most business owners want options and recommendations. With that in mind, here are your options:

• Do nothing. If something happens, you will simply do the best you can, self-fund the costs and hope any liability or regulatory issues don’t put you under.

• Put precautions in place to prevent a cyber event from occurring. This could include a combination of IT security measures, cybersecurity training for your employees and/or formulating a cyber response plan.

• Purchase a cyber liability insurance policy. You can do this whether you do either one of the above, but the ability to obtain that policy – and even the rating and premium you will pay – will be based on what you are doing in the precautionary section above.

Do some investigation, ask some questions and get your options. No matter what, make a proactive decision with a purpose. The National Cyber Security Alliance found that as many as 60 percent of small- and midsize companies go out of business within six months of a data breach.

Industry 4.0 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are here, and our manufacturers in the Ozarks are at the forefront. A big thank you for what you have done to positively impact our community, but do yourself a favor: Gather some information and make a proactive decision. Your partners, customers, vendors and employees will thank you for being prepared.

Jeff Eiserman is a commercial risk adviser with Ollis/Akers/Arney. He can be reached at jeff.eiserman@ollisaa.com.

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Opinion: ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ brings new set of risks

This isn’t the manufacturing industry your grandparents knew.

Companies use technology to transform production tasks from days or weeks to hours or minutes. We are witnessing a wave of technology in manufacturing that many are calling “Industry 4.0.” This move into the Fourth Industrial Revolution is right here in front of us, and it brings with it new ways of production and an entirely new set of risks.

That internet-connected computer you are using can now give you all sorts of powerful tools like Big Data, analytics and even artificial intelligence. It also houses all of your data – information entrusted to you by your employees, customers and vendors. All of their intellectual capital and private information is right there at your fingertips allowing you to be more efficient.

So what is the risk?

Well, you are legally obligated to protect that information and, according to a study by the Ponemon Institute, you have a 26 percent chance of having a data breach in the next 24 months. Do you know, according to National Fire Protection Association data, you only have a 0.6 percent chance of having a fire in your commercial building?

A small business, right here in Springfield, emailed a “payroll batch” to their outsourced payroll provider. Unfortunately, that email was mistakenly sent to the wrong person. It happened as you might expect and what you’ve possibly done before: They filled in that person’s email address, watched Outlook prefill the recipient information – which in this case was wrong – and then hit send. All of a sudden, whether they realized it or not, they had a clearly defined data breach and there wasn’t a hacker anywhere around.

In this case, they had to do a forensic exam of their computer system to determine what data was lost and where it went. They had to get a legal consultation to determine what, if any, legal or regulatory issues they had. They had to notify people their data was lost, set up a call center and monitor their credit. All of this took seven months. All the while, their people were working on computer stuff and not performing their regular duties, which in turn hurt the bottom line. In the end, this one little mistake cost over $58,000.

They were fortunate. They had a cyber liability insurance policy that made all of this go a lot faster than it would have otherwise, and they got the best information technology help and legal advice available.

What impact would this have on your bottom line?

Most business owners want options and recommendations. With that in mind, here are your options:

• Do nothing. If something happens, you will simply do the best you can, self-fund the costs and hope any liability or regulatory issues don’t put you under.

• Put precautions in place to prevent a cyber event from occurring. This could include a combination of IT security measures, cybersecurity training for your employees and/or formulating a cyber response plan.

• Purchase a cyber liability insurance policy. You can do this whether you do either one of the above, but the ability to obtain that policy – and even the rating and premium you will pay – will be based on what you are doing in the precautionary section above.

Do some investigation, ask some questions and get your options. No matter what, make a proactive decision with a purpose. The National Cyber Security Alliance found that as many as 60 percent of small- and midsize companies go out of business within six months of a data breach.

Industry 4.0 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution are here, and our manufacturers in the Ozarks are at the forefront. A big thank you for what you have done to positively impact our community, but do yourself a favor: Gather some information and make a proactive decision. Your partners, customers, vendors and employees will thank you for being prepared.

Jeff Eiserman is a commercial risk adviser with Ollis/Akers/Arney. He can be reached at jeff.eiserman@ollisaa.com.

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Global Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming Market Outlook 2018- John Deere …

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The study provides company profiling, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information of key manufacturers of Global Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming Market, some of them listed here are John Deere, KUBOTA, Accenture, IBM, Intel, Videophone, Tech Mahindra, Mahindra & Mahindra, Trimble, Cisco, AT&T, CNH Industrial. The market is growing at a very rapid pace and with rise in technological innovation, competition and M&A activities in the industry many local and regional vendors are offering specific application products for varied end-users. The new manufacturer entrants in the market are finding it hard to compete with the international vendors based on quality, reliability, and innovations in technology.

Global Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming (Thousands Units) and Revenue (Million USD) Market Split by Product Type such as John Deere, KUBOTA, Accenture, IBM, Intel, Videophone, Tech Mahindra, Mahindra & Mahindra, Trimble, Cisco, AT&T, CNH Industrial. Further the research study is segmented by Application & Other with historical and projected market share and compounded annual growth rate.

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), and market share and growth rate of Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming in these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast), covering United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan and its Share (%) and CAGR for the forecasted period 2017 to 2022.

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2. Market share analysis of the top industry players

3. Strategic recommendations for the new entrants

4. Market forecasts for a minimum of 5 years of all the mentioned segments, sub segments and the regional markets

5. Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations)

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7. Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends

8. Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments

9. Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements

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Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming , Applications of Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type John Deere, KUBOTA, Accenture, IBM, Intel, Videophone, Tech Mahindra, Mahindra & Mahindra, Trimble, Cisco, AT&T, CNH Industrial, Market Trend by Application Yield Monitoring, Soil Monitoring, Scouting, Others;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming ;

Chapter 12, Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

Chapter 13, 14 and 15, Connected Services and Big Data Analytics in Farming sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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IT priorities 2018: Regs, big data, cloud loom large for GRC pros

IT professionals working in compliance and corporate governance appear to be feeling less heat when it comes to allocating time and money to big regulatory initiatives in 2018.

That’s according to findings of the TechTarget IT Priorities 2018 survey: Among the slice of survey takers who reported working in compliance or corporate governance, 40% reported their organization planned to implement a compliance or legal discovery initiative this year, down from the nearly two-thirds of governance, risk and compliance survey takers in 2017 who said they planned to do so.

Experts said the downward trend could be a reflection of companies only wanting to do just enough to remain compliant with relevant regulations, while saving face within their industry and with customers.

“They are still focused on compliance, but they are more focused on how it looks when they say that they are compliant,” said Kevin Johnson, CEO of security consultancy Secure Ideas in Jacksonville, Fla.

Despite the drop, compliance or corporate governance was still the No. 1 priority cited by the survey takers, followed by big data and business analytics projects (32%) and network technology upgrades (25%).

And, according to IT specialists, a strong focus on compliance and other regulatory management duties certainly remains necessary to succeed in today’s global economy.

“Compliance means a lot more today than it did in the past, because the industries are more on the global scale,” said Roy Wattanasin, an information security professional who has worked in the healthcare industry. “A good example of this is GDPR [General Data Protection Regulation], which becomes effective in May 2018. Different legislative bodies are cracking down on companies that are not compliant and adhere to laws.”

Now in its ninth year, the IT Priorities 2018 survey queried more than 1,000 IT professionals about the key application, infrastructure and other tech-related initiatives their companies will be undertaking this year. The respondents represented a wide range of industry verticals based in North America.

TechTarget IT Priorities 2018 survey broad initiatives

Cloud full steam ahead

If your organization operates in an industry where reputation or public opinion are important to your success, then that factors into your decision to do cybersecurity or not.
Reg HarnishCEO, GreyCastle Security

Cloud initiatives also figure large for the 137 survey respondents working in compliance and corporate governance.

When asked which type of data center management projects they expect to deploy in 2018, 51% chose cloud management tools to configure, provision, maintain or adjust cloud resources. This was followed closely by cloud monitoring projects that track and analyze cloud performance (47%).

The trend was not a surprise to Johnson, who said the cloud is an increasingly attractive, viable tech option for industry because of its “cost and flexibility.”

“As new technologies come out, it’s easier for people to deploy them in a third-party cloud system,” Johnson said.

Cloud also topped the list of software initiatives for this group’s 2018 plans, with 35% reporting cloud-based applications will be deployed this year. Rounding out the top three for software initiatives were those geared toward business intelligence and analytics (33%) and big data processing and management (22%).

When asked which cloud-based, software as-a-service applications they expected to implement in 2018, business process management (52%) topped the list, while customer-facing apps were also popular choices: Thirty percent expected SaaS apps would be used for customer experience management, and 36% chose customer relationship management.

Reg Harnish, CEO of GreyCastle Security, based in Troy, N.Y., agreed with the assessment that the cloud remains more popular than ever because of its economic benefits.

“The reason that or businesses and organizations are willing to invest in the cloud now is because it is almost economically negligent to not use the cloud,” Harnish said. “The reality is that the cloud is way, way, way cheaper than trying to do some of the stuff yourself.”

Security anxiety

Securing this cloud data was also a concern: Thirty-one percent of respondents expected to implement a cloud security initiative in 2018. Others factors expected to drive 2018 security initiatives included encryption, data loss prevention, and identity and access management, the IT Priorities 2018 Survey found.

Although IT security projects were a priority for survey respondents, technology pros said it might not be for the reasons many might think: For modern businesses, it’s as much about avoiding a bad cybersecurity reputation as it is about protecting data.

“If your organization operates in an industry where reputation or public opinion are important to your success, then that factors into your decision to do cybersecurity or not,” Harnish said. “It’s still a third party that’s forcing you to do it. You didn’t come up with this, and it’s not your idea; you’re not doing it because of all the right reasons.”

Johnson agreed, noting that businesses are taking cybersecurity more into account during business planning, and security budgets are increasing to reflect the change. However, executives often concentrate on the potential ramifications that come after a breach.

“When I talk to these C-level executives, these boards of directors, one of the main questions they are asking is, ‘How do we handle public exposure?'” he said. “I don’t think it’s bottom line; I think it’s reputation.”

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