Peter O’Kelly on How Big Data Becomes Actionable Information and Other Gilbane Conference Output

Thursday, Dec, 20, 2012, 4 - 6 p.m., Bentley University, Morison Hall, Morison Boardroom #300, 175 Forest Street, Waltham, MA 02451. Campus Map.

SPEAKER: Peter O’KellyPrincipal Analyst, O’Kelly Associates

TOPIC: Having shared a session with Peter O’Kelly on “Big Data” at the Gilbane Conference, we learned about his background and found his comments interesting on the topic and other content related sessions at the conference. We always like to share some of the take-aways from the meetings and we know that Peter will be able to give some great perspectives on the technology related sessions. It appears that leveraging technology to “meaningfully” analyze all that big stuff is finally receiving “big” attention. But to hear more, you will need to come and listen as we interview Peter about his professional history and how he sees content management evolving across industries. As always, audience Q&A will round out the session and the 2012 Boston KM Forum Season. Discussion slides with speaker notes.

BIOGRAPHY: Peter O’Kelly has been working in the software industry since the early 1980s, as an enterprise application developer and database architect, software product manager, strategist, and industry analyst. He has been consistently focused on information management and collaboration domains throughout his career, spanning roles at Procter & Gamble, Lotus Development Corp., IBM, Groove Networks, the Patricia Seybold Group, Macromedia, Burton Group, Microsoft, and Altova. As an independent industry analyst and consultant, Peter has worked with a wide variety of enterprises and product vendors focused on information management and collaboration/social solutions. Peter also shares perspectives on his Reality Check blog (

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