Data2.0 Conference

data2.0It’s the countdown to the Data 2.0 Conference, Monday, April 4, 2011, at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.  I’ll be there moderating several panels on data storage management, data2.0 and legal implications as well as augmented business intelligence.  I hope that you can join us to discover how the online data revolution will shape and transform the world of technology for years to come.

Data 2.0 is about the rise of data accessibility.  Do you know what new innovations are possible with the growing abundance of social, geo, government and advertising data?  Hear speakers from GoogleNAVTEQ, and comScore alongside Jay Adelson, CEO of SimpleGeo; Gil Elbaz, CEO of Factual; Joe Lonsdale, co-founder of Palantir; and 50 other data companies at the full-day conference. The event will culminate in a data startup pitch contest, judged by Robert Scoble and five Silicon Valley venture capitalists.

The conference will also feature the launch on-stage of the $3 million Heritage Health Prize, the world’s largest data challenge.  At least 6 data companies will be launching new products and features; send an email to info@data2con.com if you are interested in launching.

Click here to Register for the Data 2.0 Conference

Use the discount code “data2on11” to get 25% off the standard conference registration.  Hurry, tickets are selling fast!

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About Brian Greenberg

Brian Greenberg is a Partner at Fortium Partners where he helps organizations by providing executive technology leadership on an as-needed basis by being a companies interim or fractional CIO or CTO. Brian is a Forbes contributor and is a member of the Forbes Technology Council. He is a Chicago resident and has been working at companies of all sizes from the Fortune 100 to startups for nearly 30 years, including international experience and an expatriate in Japan. Brian has expertise in digital transformation, automation, turnaround management, security, and data protection. He is also a storyteller and an improvisor in Chicago’s comedy community.