Big Data: Power to the User

Karen Hsu, Sr. Director Product Marketing, Datameer
What is the value of big data? How does a user get that value?

Before, analysts would have to wait months relying on IT for a new report or make changes to an existing one. Now, analysts are able to shrink that time down to days or even minutes. On top of that, analysts can ask questions that were not possible before. In this webinar, we’ll show you how this analysis is possible and the value that has been achieved by customers.

In this session, you will learn:
How analysts get value out of big data
How to visualize data at every step of analysis
How analysts can do big data analytics without IT, in one product
Apr 9 2014
44 mins
Big Data: Power to the User
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