“Big Data and Cloud Computing” are being discussed in TashkentToday, a regional ITU (International Telecommunication Union) workshop for the CIS countries and the Asia-Pacific region on “Big Data and Cloud Computing” has started in Tashkent. The workshop is organized by the ITU and the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The workshop is being attended by leading ICT experts from Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, national statistical services, telecommunications operators, telecom equipment manufacturers, representatives of scientific and design institutes, software developers, mass media and others.
It should be noted that to date “Big Data” is the most important trend that spreads to the most diverse areas of business and technology. That is why the two-day workshop is divided into 4 sessions: Big Data: definition and examples of application; cloud computing and data analysis: technologies, standardization and applications; data protection and security: organizational and technical methods.
As reported by the Press Service of the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan, at the workshop, leading experts are discussing the digital transformation of society, Big Data and ITU initiatives, cognitive analytics for obtaining information about the user and network, how to increase productivity and reduce costs in the networks of the future, Big Data as a technology that will change the world, the role of cloud computing in two-dimensional signal processing, cloud computing, Big Data and IoT in Uzbekistan, the role of the government in ensuring and regulating cybersecurity, prospects for the development of Big Data and cloud computing in e-government structure and others.