Thursday 22nd March, 2012
9:05am to 9:20am
We laud big data when it’s processing data types such as social media feeds, genome-sequencing data and server logs, but would the positive tone change if we were talking about monitoring your every digital interaction while at work to discover questionable behavior? Most people would but Cataphora CEO Elizabeth Charnock doesn’t agree, at least when it comes to the workplace. In fact, she thinks that in a world with increasingly larger corporations and distributed workforces, companies will be doing themselves and their employees big favors by keeping close tabs on what employees are doing.
I'm a senior writer at GigaOm, a former columnist with the Globe and Mail and co-founder of the mesh conference in Toronto bio from Twitter
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