BIG DATA SUMMIT: Effective Data Management and Analytics to Drive Successful Projects
In the past, emerging technologies might have taken years to mature. Now people iterate and drive solutions in a matter of months or weeks. The disciplines of Big Data are evolving so quickly that businesses need to wade in or risk losing the momentum. In addition to this a combination of technological advances in wireless, storage and analytics are making the Internet of Things a reality for enterprises, which means a lot of new opportunities and challenges to contend with. The missing link between being snowed under by facts and figures and the optimum output is the change in processes, not just technology.
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The programme will comprise expert key notes, real world case studies and interactive discussion panels led by senior IT practitioners who will share their tips for Big Data technologies and data management strategies.
Computing's fourth Big Data & Analytics conference will address this issue and answer such questions as:
- What are the best methodologies for institutionalising Big Data analytics in your organisation?
- How to initiate a cultural shift to a data driven decision making?
- How you can you benefit from predictive analytics and build a foundation for the Internet of Things?
- How can Software Defined Storage tame the Big Data deluge?
- How do you turn Big Data analytics into a competitive advantage?
Join us for a FREE TO ATTEND one day event and:
- Understand what type of data you have got and what is the best system to store and process it in
- Learn how to choose analytics tools that are right for your business
- Hear about skills you need to successfully operate a Big Data infrastructure
- Find out how to align your Big Data and data governance strategies
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Big Data Summit 2014: The Delegates' view
Click on the video below to hear the 2014 Big Data Summit delegates discuss their issues with the technology trend.
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