From businesses of all sizes, to hospitals, schools and government agencies, more and more organizations are recognizing the potential of Big Data and putting resources in place to collect and store reams of data from every corner. But collecting and storing data is only half the battle. The value of Big Data lies in analyzing it and putting it to use.
To truly capitalize on the promise of Big Data, organizations need to empower their business users with the right platform and tools to incorporate it into their everyday decisions. Otherwise, the age-old complaints about traditional business intelligence systems - information latency, difficulty using tools, challenges finding the right information - will hinder the use and value of Big Data.
Join us for this special roundtable webcast on November 21st to learn about the key technologies for a user-centric approach to Big Data.