Computing is pleased to announce the first Computing Summit, which will look at how organisations can harness value and insight from big data.
This one-day conference, comprising expert keynotes, real world case studies and interactive discussion panels, will cut through the hype and provide practical advice on how to discover and exploit the value of unstructured data for improved business decision making, long term growth and competitive advantage.
Big data is a term that is being used to describe the growing volume and complexity of information sitting in organisations that traditional data analytics and business intelligence techniques are unable to analyse.
This has significant implications for business decision making and requires the attention and management of IT professionals and decision makers.
To harness value from this data a very different approach to data management is required – new skills and technologies are needed that offer sophisticated data mining, extraction and analytics to make sense of these mass data sets.
This event will explore how informed decision making and intelligent use of technology can transform big data challenges into opportunities and insight.
If you work with data or are responsible for the data management strategy in your organisation, join us to hear from those who are tackling these challenges and creating business advantage through big data.
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