Information assets, especially big data, are increasingly seen as a critical corporate asset. Not surprisingly, more organizations are implementing big data projects and they are looking for methods to best measure ROI and insights on where big data is heading. To answer that, on December 4, Information Management will present a webinar on “What’s Big in Big Data: Predictions for 2018.”
Participating in the event will be Gartner vice president and distinguished analyst Doug Laney, who will offer examples of leading organizations at big data projects, provide Gartner research on what to expect with big data in 2018, and share highlights from his new book, Infonomics: How to Monetize, Manage, and Measure Information for Competitive Advantage. Also participating will be Tyler Kleykamp, chief data officer for the State of Connecticut, and Mark Stange-Tregear, director of analytics at Ebates, who will both share their experiences with big data projects, what they have planned with big data in 2018, and lessons they have learned to help guarantee success with those efforts.