Big Data Analytics: How to Generate Return on Information

Girish Mundada, CTO HAVEn; Brian Weiss, VP, Big Data Technology
Is your organization prepared for the growing volume, velocity, and variety of Big Data from sensors, customers, machines, social media channels, and more? More importantly, how can you achieve business value from managing and analyzing all of this data?

Learn how you can harness the power of Big Data with an intelligent end-to-end approach that focuses equally on information infrastructure, information management, and information insight.

Register for this webinar to get real world examples of how companies have used Big Data to generate a Return on Information (ROI) and measurable business value.
Sep 12 2013
47 mins
Big Data Analytics: How to Generate Return on Information
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