Big Data was a big focus at the recent SHARE in Anaheim conference. Organizers from SHARE devoted two days of content to a Big Data Spotlight with a concentration of sessions designed to address the “most pressing Big Data questions and concerns” of its community.
In Atlanta, I wrote in the SHAREnews Daily President’s Corner describing work that was being done to improve the SHARE Web site, to provide facilities to become the digital resource for the next generation and to become a “must attend event” online throughout the year.
SHARE has been the voice of enterprise computing for more than 55 years, representing our Member organizations. One aspect of this “voice” is shaped directly by the SHARE Membership through the SHARE Requirements process.
Since SHARE is an independent, volunteer-run user group focusing on enterprise IT, SHARE depends upon you, as representatives of its member organizations, to define, prioritize and ultimately deliver each conference’s technical content.