Last week, our Knowledgent Cares team participated in the 2014 Komen Greater New York City Race for the Cure. On a beautiful Sunday morning, our team joined breast cancer survivors, their families, and other volunteers to raise awareness and funding for breast cancer research.
Several Knowledgent employees and their family members will take part in the 2014 Komen Greater New York City Race for the Cure. Continue reading Knowledgent Cares Team to Race for the Cure
Big Data Palooza NJ is a local Central and Northern New Jersey Meetup group looking to bring together big data enthusiasts and professionals from the tri-state area to discuss the latest and greatest in the big data landscape. This is a subgroup of our New York City group, Big Data Palooza. Continue reading FREE MeetUp Event! Stream Processing with Big Data on Wednesday, September 17
Not to be outdone by the summer party for the New York/New Jersey area, the Knowledgent New England team took the city of Boston by storm. For this year’s party, team members across our New England, Life Sciences, and Healthcare Portfolios embarked on a historical tour of Boston, visiting some of the city’s (and nation’s) oldest restaurants, pubs, and neighborhoods to learn more about the rich history of Boston and grab some good eats along the way. Continue reading Fun, Food, and a Fife: Colonial Good Times at the New England Summer Party
Come see us at the New York City leg of the Hortonworks Modern Data Architecture Roadshow! Our partner Hortonworks is hosting a one-day seminar on how to start the journey to the modern data architecture and unlock the potential for Hadoop in your organization. Knowledgent will be a Silver sponsor at the event, which is taking place on Tuesday, September 16 at the New York Marriott Downtown.
Every year, Knowledgent holds a summer party for team members located in the NY/NJ area. This year’s theme? Bowling.
Back in April, Big Data Palooza MeetUp group held an awesome event on an ever-popular topic: enterprise architecture. However, this presentation took a unique big data and quantum computing spin.
In this presentation, titled “Enterprise Architecture in the Era of Big Data and Quantum Computing,” Enterprise Architect Jim Luisi covered the characteristics that identify the presence of big data and examples of useful frameworks to manage and organize big data products, including use case families and architectural disciplines.
Invariably, as new big data use cases emerge, new products emerge to address them. At this point, there are so many use cases and so many products that frameworks to organize and manage them are necessary.
Missed the MeetUp? You can view the slides here:
Knowledgent’s Life Sciences team had a great time at Bio-IT World in Boston earlier this month. Bio-IT provides the ideal environment for organizations across the pharmaceutical, clinical, healthcare, and IT industries to share insights and discuss how emerging technologies are impacting research and development. In fact, our very own Chris Young presented with Drew Holzapfel of the CEOi on the potential of applying big data to finding a cure for Alzheimers. (In case you missed it, you can view the slides from their presentation here.)
With significant changes in both technologies and the R&D landscape, Bio-IT was buzzing with a wealth of new information. Here are three of our key takeaways from the event: