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Cloud Computing and Big Data Can Improve the Quality of Our Life

Cloud Computing and Big Data Can Improve the Quality of Our Life
Cloud Computing and Big Data Can Improve the Quality of Our Life
The rise of Cloud Computing and Big Data has played influential roles in the evolution of IT services and has made significant contributions to different disciplines. For example, there are ten services that cannot be achieved without the combined effort from Cloud Computing and Big Data techniques: They are Storage as a Service, Health Informatics as a Service, Financial Software as a Service, Business Intelligence as a Service, Education as a Service, Big Data Processing as a Service, Integration as a Service, Security as a Service, Social Network as a Service and Data Visualization as a Service (Weather Science) respectively, in which the keynote speaker will summarize the motivation, methods, results and contributions in each service. He will explain how the unique services can improve the quality of our life by understanding the complex biological and physiological science and ensuring the best approaches of treatments and actions can be adopted. These include development projects and successful deliveries in brain segmentation and learning, proteins and body defense mechanisms, tumor studies and DNA sequencing. Research and enterprise contributions to other disciplines are available which include Business Intelligence as a Service to provide accurate and up-to-date tracking of risk and prices with regard to the investment, as well as contributions for weather data visualization and forecasting to inform the general public about the consequences of the extreme weather.
Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor (2015) Cloud Computing and Big Data Can Improve the Quality of Our Life. CLOSER 2015, WEBIST 2015 and ICTforAgeingWell 2015.

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The rise of Cloud Computing and Big Data has played influential roles in the evolution of IT services and has made significant contributions to different disciplines. For example, there are ten services that cannot be achieved without the combined effort from Cloud Computing and Big Data techniques: They are Storage as a Service, Health Informatics as a Service, Financial Software as a Service, Business Intelligence as a Service, Education as a Service, Big Data Processing as a Service, Integration as a Service, Security as a Service, Social Network as a Service and Data Visualization as a Service (Weather Science) respectively, in which the keynote speaker will summarize the motivation, methods, results and contributions in each service. He will explain how the unique services can improve the quality of our life by understanding the complex biological and physiological science and ensuring the best approaches of treatments and actions can be adopted. These include development projects and successful deliveries in brain segmentation and learning, proteins and body defense mechanisms, tumor studies and DNA sequencing. Research and enterprise contributions to other disciplines are available which include Business Intelligence as a Service to provide accurate and up-to-date tracking of risk and prices with regard to the investment, as well as contributions for weather data visualization and forecasting to inform the general public about the consequences of the extreme weather.

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Published date: 21 May 2015
Venue - Dates: CLOSER 2015, WEBIST 2015 and ICTforAgeingWell 2015, 2015-05-21
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 377851
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/377851
PURE UUID: 5da3ad14-19c1-40b8-9de4-2e83a6fe5842

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Date deposited: 08 Jun 2015 16:41
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 20:57

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