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HDS’ Mike Tanner: Big Data Can Bring ‘Societal Changes’ When Utilized Properly

Mike Tanner
Mike Tanner

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 22, 2016 — Mike Tanner, president and CEO of Hitachi Data Systems Federal, believes the proper utilization of big data generated from Internet of Things devices can bring about “societal changes” and improve lives, ExecutiveBiz reported March 11.

“Those devices… they’re all generating data, and it’s a question of how do we take that data and really put it to use?” Tanner told his audience at the company’s Social Innovation Summit, according to a FedScoop report published March 10.

The report said the industry executives and federal officials who attended the event has discussed how organizations need data analytics tools to leverage the opportunities that big data brings.

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