Kumar Srivastava has spent his career building big data and analytics products as part of a diverse and broad application set such as social networking, online security, identity, reputation and trust management, online fraud and abuse, online search and advertising, digital platforms, mobile applications and monetization services.
Kumar has worked with organizations of all sizes, from Fortune 50 companies to midsize businesses and small startups, and he has been involved in research at Columbia University and has led products that have been honored as industry-defining by customers and analysts.
Srivastava holds several patents and regularly writes thought leadership articles about the convergence of big data, analytics, cloud, mobile and digital and its impact on and opportunity for entrepreneurship and innovation. He has been published in Forbes, Wired, Entrepreneur and other publications, and he wrote a book on APIs and platform product management.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Kumar Srivastava and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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