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April 2012. Mark J. Barrenechea President & CEO markb@opentext.com. The rate of change is accelerating. Big Data. Social Media. 2yr. Saas. 3 yr. Internet. 5 yr. Client Server. 10yr. Mainframe. 40yr. Ich bin ein Berliner. TWITTER: I’m eating a #DONUT FACEBOOK: I LIKE DONUTS

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April 2012

Mark J. Barrenechea

President & CEO

markb@opentext.com

the rate of change is accelerating

The rate of change is accelerating

Big Data

Social Media

2yr

Saas

3yr

Internet

5yr

Client Server

10yr

Mainframe

40yr

ich bin ein berliner

Ich bin ein Berliner

TWITTER: I’m eating a #DONUT

FACEBOOK: I LIKE DONUTS

YOUTUBE: Here I am eating DONUTS

LINKEDIN: I have DONUT Skills

LASTFM: I am listening to DONUTS

FOURSQR: Eating DONUTS here

INSTAGRAM: Here is a pic of DONUT

big data outcomes

Big Data - Outcomes

90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years.

All spoken words of all humans throughout human history are 5 exabytes

We now create 2.5 exabytes of data every day

Data - Big and Bigger

Ability to ingest all data created. The whole pie, not just a slice.

Digest, analyze and unearth insights immediately based on all possible combinations of all available information.

Radical transparency and predictability.

media online traditional and social

Media Online: Traditional and Social

% Online

50%

Traditional Media: Print Media and Broadcast

Big Data: Critical Mass

the predictive nature of social media and big data p ermeates e verything

The Predictive Nature ofSocial Media and Big Data Permeates Everything

Personal, Business, Economics,

Cultural, Government, Political.

100 trillion network connections

100 trillion network connections

Movies

Music

Books

Friends

50%

25%

70%

40%

Social Media and Big Data are choosing

my friends (25%) and what I watch (70%)

narrative science

Narrative Science

to this

from this

Social Media and Big Data creating articles via Narrative Science

early warning systems public health risks

Early Warning SystemsPublic Health Risks

Preventing the next Pandemic

Searching WW media

Deep analytics

Detection of potential outbreaks

Disseminate information to WW health organizations

land of the free and censored

Land of the Free and Censored

San Francisco, California

Citizens organize via Social Media

Protest against Police Violence

Local government agency hits “the internet kill switch” to stop protesters communicating

San Francisco – July 2011

culturomics forecasting human behavior http www kalevleetaru com

Culturomics: Forecasting Human Behaviorhttp://www.kalevleetaru.com

Capturing the tone of online media (Summary of World Broadcasts)

Forecasted revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya

Estimated Bin Laden’s hiding place within 200km radius

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MIT Study: Global Economic Collapse by 2030

NASA: Solving Global Warming

NOAA: Social Media and Disaster Modeling

United Nations: Eradicating Famine

the predictive nature of social media and big data

The Predictive Nature ofSocial Media and Big Data

Impacts every industry and every government

Unlocks value and competiveness

Underpins new waves of productivity and consumer surplus

Big Data comes with big responsibility

Can contribute to the collective good

… and it can even topple a government