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  • The Briefing Room with Dez Blanchfield and HPE Big Data

    When you know better, you do better. That's a perfect mantra for the data-driven enterprise. Understanding what's happening anywhere in your company's purview opens doors to innovation, excellence and profit. Today, a confluence of next-generation technologies enables this kind of synergy. Analytics can be done anywhere, with data sets that are increasingly accessible and valuable.

    Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear Data Scientist Dez Blanchfield explain the sea change taking place now in the world of enterprise analytics. He'll demonstrate how open-source technologies like Apache Kafka can be combined with proven analytical databases to create a new world of possibilities. He'll briefed by Ben Vandiver of HPE Big Data, who will showcase his company's time-tested Vertica platform for deep analytics.
  • In retail, understanding which products will be hits or misses requires constant data collection and sharing among suppliers, retail stores, the wholesale business, and dotcoms. But even with open collaboration and cooperation, how can retailers collect varying data sources from each link in the omnichannel chain, run high-performance analytics, and visualize those results to truly understand buyer behavior?

    Join Sky I.T. Group, leaders in multi-source point-of-sale data collection, validation and analytics, as they share how their SKYPAD solution enables retailers and wholesalers to gain rapid insight into consumer sales trends. Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Qlik will also share how their underlying technologies -- the HPE Vertica Analytics Platform and QlikView data visualization – power the SKYPAD solution to capture more business and deliver these dramatic improvements over SKY I.T. Group’s former database platform:

    •70% reduction in time to load various forms of data
    •90% reduction in disk storage
    •50 to 500 times faster query and report execution
    •Zero system downtime or "batch windows" needed
    •Significant reduction in total cost of ownership
    •Fast implementation that leverages existing database knowledge
  • It’s no surprise that regulatory, compliance, or legal obligations drives your urgency to govern information. Out of control and unmanaged information exposes you to hidden risk, leading to increased discovery cost for legal and investigation requests, and potentially legal and regulatory consequences.

    However you may be surprised that what sounds like a daunting task can be eased by following a few steps. Jason Buffington, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, will walk you through three steps that can help move you closer towards more proactive information governance in the financial services industry. He’ll touch on both the process and technology that can help you understand and control your organization’s information.

    Join us to learn how to take action with your data to reduce risk so that you can better manage your information in accordance with policy and regulations.
  • It’s no surprise that regulatory, compliance, or legal obligations drives your urgency to govern information. Out of control and unmanaged information exposes you to hidden risk, leading to increased discovery cost for legal and investigation requests, and potentially legal and regulatory consequences.

    However you may be surprised that what sounds like a daunting task can be eased by following a few steps. Jason Buffington, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, will walk you through three steps that can help move you closer towards more proactive information governance in the public sector. He’ll touch on both the process and technology that can help you understand and control your organization’s information.

    Join us to learn how to take action with your data to reduce risk so that you can better manage your information in accordance with policy and regulations.
  • Don't miss this technical deep-dive to learn how HPE Vertica manages massive amounts of data quickly and reliably in the cloud. Hear how Conservation International and the TEAM network relied on HPE's Data Warehouse as a Service technology to build this first-of-its kind biodiversity monitoring solution that enables crucial land use, conservation, and sustainable development decisions supported by advanced analytics on biodiversity data at global scale.

    You will learn how Conservation International’s Wildlife Monitoring Analytics system:
    •Uses HPE Vertica OnDemand Data Warehouse as a Service, via a cloud platform, to reduce costs.
    •Can rapidly scale using a SaaS delivery model to bring new customers on board and serve them faster than ever before.
    •Provides access to more than 15 million camera trap data rows from many repositories and partners.
  • It’s no surprise that regulatory, compliance, or legal obligations drives your urgency to govern information. Out of control and unmanaged information exposes you to hidden risk, leading to increased discovery cost for legal and investigation requests, and potentially legal and regulatory consequences.

    However you may be surprised that what sounds like a daunting task can be eased by following a few steps. Jason Buffington, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, will walk you through three steps that can help move you closer towards more proactive information governance in the life sciences industry. He’ll touch on both the process and technology that can help you understand and control your organization’s information.

    Join us to learn how to take action with your data to reduce risk so that you can better manage your information in accordance with policy and regulations.
  • Join us for a live web cast featuring Dana Gardner, a leading IT industry analyst at Interarbor Solutions, as he interviews Jim Snyder, Chief Technology Officer at 21CT, a leading healthcare software provider. Don't miss this compelling discussion on identifying risk in healthcare leading to easier, faster, actionable findings. Register now!

    Hear how 21CT addressed massive data volume challenges to identify risk in healthcare networks and deliver answers instantly that generate more money, save costs, and improve outcomes. 21CT's Torch software is powered by HPE Vertica. HPE Vertica is the industry's first comprehensive, scalable, open, and secure platform for Big Data Analytics.
  • Under pressure from demanding applications, increased virtualization and a proliferation of mobile devices, IT organizations are looking for a highly-available, resilient and performant data protection environment that ensures business resiliency and efficiency. However, sourcing products from multiple vendors is costly and can create management complexity that will deter you from deriving maximum value from your infrastructure. To avoid this, you need a single stack, integrated software and hardware backup solution.

    Join HPE data protection experts to learn why more organizations are moving away from fragmented point based solutions to HPE’s unified data protection solutions, and how HPE Data Protector, through native integrations with HPE StoreOnce Systems, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, and HPE StoreEver (Tape) offerings, can provide you with advanced capabilities that accelerate the backup process in a cost-efficient, scalable way.

    We will discuss:
    •HPE’s converged software and hardware data protection solution and its benefits
    •Point products vs. integrated solutions: The challenges of a fragmented backup and recovery approach
    •Unified data protection in action: a customer case study
    •5 reasons why HPE Data Protector for backup and recovery software
    •Benefits of advanced integrations with HPE StoreOnce Backup Systems and HPE 3PAR storage arrays
  • How do you empower your organization to be driven by the right data in the 21st Century?

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise is pleased to co-host an Information Governance webcast series with the MER, leaders in Electronic Records Management Education.

    It’s the 21st Century and the world of information is changing dramatically. The explosion of data, the emergence of new technological platforms and the virtually limitless number of internet connected devices present unprecedented challenges to successfully manage information in accordance with legal, regulatory and business requirements.

    Join us on Thursday April, 7th for this webcast to discover:

    •Where and how you should begin to build your Information Governance organizational constructs and practices
    •What procedures, technologies and organizational structures you should consider to begin creating an effective Information Governance program
    •How you can evaluate your own requirements and build solutions that meet your specific needs

    Register now for this informative webcast and stay tuned for upcoming topics in the series
  • It’s no surprise that regulatory, compliance, or legal obligations drives your urgency to govern information. Out of control and unmanaged information exposes you to hidden risk, leading to increased discovery cost for legal and investigation requests, and potentially legal and regulatory consequences.

    However you may be surprised that what sounds like a daunting task can be eased by following a few steps. Jason Buffington, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, will walk you through three steps that can help move you closer towards more proactive information governance in EMEA. He’ll touch on both the process and technology that can help you understand and control your organization’s information.

    Join us to learn how to take action with your data to reduce risk so that you can better manage your information in accordance with policy and regulations.

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