Big data doesn’t stand alone. Instead, big data really must be part of a holistic information strategy that can manage growing data volumes while complying with ever-tighter restrictions and analytic needs.
Maybe you already have a solid data governance program. But can it scale to handle more complexity?
A great series of forums can help ensure you’re ready for your future data needs. Gain insight into the policies, processes and organizational structures that will be necessary as you encounter ever-larger data sets. Our fantastic group of speakers will also address how gaining control of your enterprise data can pave the way for better business insights and analytics.
You’ll learn how to:
- Enhance the quality, availability and integrity of your data
- Align information and related projects to business goals
- Plan, understand and optimize business performance
- Cut costs while integrating, managing and protecting information
- Enforce data quality standards and stewardship policies
- Manage regulatory compliance demands
- Optimize and improve critical decision making
- Leverage support for master data management (MDM) programs
The Big Data, Integration & Governance Forum is offered in cities around the country. Attend one near you and connect with others at various stages of the process. Share tips and best practices, and ask questions.
New York, NY – February 12
Seattle, WA – February 19
Los Angeles, CA – February 21
Reston, VA – March 5
Overland Park, KS – March 19
Dallas, TX – March 21
Columbus, OH – April 9
Atlanta, GA – April 16
Charlotte, NC – April 18
Toronto, ON – May 9
Pittsburgh, PA – May 16
St. Louis, MO – June 11
Michele Goetz – Forrester Research
Brian Hopkins – Forrester Research
Holger Kisker – Forrester Research
Bernie Spang – IBM
Will Riley –IBM
Tracey Mustacchio – IBM
Eric Sall – IBM
Wally Council – IBM
David Corrigan – IBM
Martin Wildeberger – IBM
For more details, and to register, visit TechTarget.