Overview of Big Data in Malaysia

Big Data in Malaysia

With the development of technologies and the collection of more and more data on consumers, processes or markets, using this Big Data attracts the interests of an ever growing number of businesses in Malaysia. Yet a lot remains to be done to properly define the goals and processes, to hire or train the right people.

Big Data in Malaysia: Emerging Sector Profile – summary

Introduction – page 1

  • Who should read this report – page 2

Key Findings – page 3

  • Seven broad recommendations – page 5

Survey – page 6

  • About the respondents – page 6
  • Enabling organisations – page 8
  • End uses – page 10
  • Skills – page 12
  • Capabilities – page 16
  • Data sources – page 18

Profiles – page 21

  • Overview – page 21
  • Heislyc Loh, CoRate – page 24
    • End uses and data sources – page 24
    • Malaysian environment and skills recruitment – page 25
  • Tom Hogg, Effective Measure – page 26
    • Measuring online audiences – page 27
    • Regulatory and Malaysian business environment – page 27
  • Siim Saarlo, STATSIT – page 30
    • Practices – page 30
    • Infrastructure – page 31
    • Data environments – page 31
  • Robin Woo, Western Digital Corporation – page 32
    • Scope and context – page 32
    • Data governance – page 33
    • Resourcing and Malaysian environment – page 33
  • Ian Phoon, Malaysian bank – page 36
    • Data integrity and prediction – page 36
    • Tools of the trade – page 37
    • Industry benchmarking – page 38

Conclusion – page 39

About the authors – page 40

  • Sandra Hanchard – page 40
  • Tirath Ramdas – page 40

About Big Data Malaysia – page 41

Document by Sandra Hanchard and Tirath Ramdas from 2014

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