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The initiative will begin in early 2015 with a Data Working Group made up of experts from key stakeholder bodies, including banks, regulators, development finance institutions and others involved in promoting full financial inclusion for women.
We are excited to see that EEMBC is tackling this problem with their new Cloud and Big Data working group initiative and encourage cloud system hosts and cloud system developers to get involved in this effort to help EEMBC deliver fair and equitable benchmarks for this growing market segment.
The American Soybean Assn forms an Ag Data Working Group.
The new Telecom Data working group will develop a trust framework that will allow commerce providers, like retailers and etailers, to verify or obtain identity information without interfering in the relationship between the subscriber and the Telecom Service Provider.
NCGDAP will be participating in a broader effort by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) Historical Data Working Group to investigate the role of GML in preservation (FGDC, 2006).
Salient), a leading provider of information technology and engineering services that include data analytics, agile development, mobility, training, and cyber security solutions to the intelligence, defense, homeland security, and federal civilian markets, announces that David Vennergrund will be speaking at the Federal Big Data Working Group Meetup in McLean Virginia.
He is co-chair of CEA's Automatic Format Description & Bar Data Working Group, which was awarded an Emmy for its efforts to ensure video programs using different aspect ratios are optimally displayed on consumer devices.
Subrahmanyam , Member, Big Data Working Group, Cloud Security Alliance