By Chris Bongard
23rd March 2016

As new devices are created, more data collected and everything in our lives starting to be connected, events and conferences really are the best way to stay up to date with the latest news and trends.

Each month we’ll be listing some of our top Information Management, Business Intelligence, Internet of Things and Big Data events and conferences you can’t afford to miss!

Take a look below for events and conferences in April:

Impact on Permission

12th April 2016

London, UK

As the first part of DataIQ’s briefing series this event focuses on consumer perception of data and how it is captured. The event is on for 3 and half hours in the evening with a number of speakers who are experts on the topic.

Can’t make it? Follow #IQImpact on the night to stay up to date with the latest news.

Enterprise Data World Conference

17th – 22nd April 2016

San Diego, California

In sunny California this conference covers everything from data strategy, data architecture, IoT, data warehousing and much more. With plenty of industry speakers this conference allows you to update your knowledge and network with other professionals.

Can’t make it? Follow #EDW16 on the day to find out the latest news.

Internet of Things Summit

21st – 22nd April 2016

San Francisco, USA

The IoT Summit looks towards the future of the Internet of Things and how it will develop and affect our world. The summit brings together professionals from the tech world, with speakers from the likes of Apple and Samsung.

Can’t make it? Follow #IoTWest16 to keep up with the latest trends.

Big Data Innovation Summit

21st – 22nd April 2016

San Francisco, USA

With a full packed schedule of industry workshops, training sessions, discussions and presentations, this summit aims to cover everything big data. The 2 day event includes speakers from Uber, Ebay and many more.

Can’t make it? Follow #DataWest16 on the day.

Impact on Protection

28th April 2016

London, UK

As the second part of DataIQ’s briefing series this event focuses on data governance and the rules put in place under the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This event takes place in the morning with several sessions and industry speakers.

Can’t make it? Follow #IQImpact on the day to keep up to date with the latest news.

More industry events:

Big Data & Analytics Innovation Summit

12th – 13th April 2016

Hong Kong

Follow #DataAsia to keep up to date with the latest news from the conference.

TechSummit Berlin 2016

13th April 2016

Berlin, Germany

Keen an eye on #LSWTechSummit on the day to find out what is happening.

BigDataCon 2016

20th – 21st April 2016

Mainz, Germany

Check out BigDataCon’s Twitter over the two days to keep up to date. 

Data events in April

Did you attend any events in March or planning on attending any later this year? Let us know in the comments below.

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