08:30 to 10:00
02 Apr 2013
Please note that this event is fully booked.
Big data is not only about massive growth of digital datas. This is mainly about the data attributes that will change forever the business way to manage and use them and the IT tools behind.
Datas are more and more unstructured, outside in, open, real time and fast, connected to the real world and to events. These new characteristics are opening new way of business and also new questions on security, governance and even ethics.
Join us for this ICT Committee meeting where André Cichowlas, Corporate VP and Technology Development & Integration practice leader at Capgemini, will share his insights on this topic.
About the Speaker:
André Cichowlas, Corporate Vice President and Technology Development & Integration practice leader, Financial Services Global Business Unit, Capgemini
André CICHOWLAS is a Corporate Vice President leading the global practices for Capgemini Financial Services Global Business Unit. In this role, he focuses on issues critical to the CIO for the development of the new applications and the maintenance of the IT. Topics include technology innovation, improving IT processes, building enterprise-wide IT architectures, and addressing IT industrial strategies.
André has kept a constant focus on the Financial services industry and has led big IT programs and Enterprise Architecture engagements for banks and insurance Companies, performed IT projects reviews and redesigns and been involved with large systems implementations. In his 27 years with Capgemini André has served in many roles including E-business CTO, COO of the Financial Services Business Unit France, Member of the innovation team of Capgemini, CTO for financial services.
Born in 1960, André has received degrees of engineering at Ecole Polytechnique and and IT engineering at Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité.
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