Don’t miss this live VentureBeat webinar—Big Data, Big Money: How Four Companies Are Mining Data for Major Innovation—on Thursday, December 11 at 1 p.m. Eastern (10 a.m. Pacific). Register here for free!
“It seems we are right now redefining the enterprise itself, speeding toward a data-driven reality, where each day, within any given organization, terabytes of customer interactions, hardware dispositions, employee actions, and business transactions can flow together and coalesce within teachable, analytical systems.”
That’s the perspective from Brad Shimmin from Current Analysis, one of the big data experts joining the VentureBeat webinar New Relic is sponsoring this week: Big Data, Big Money: How Four Companies Are Mining Data for Major Innovation.
Shimmin and the rest of the webinar panel will discuss how something so vast and complex can be made useful to real-world users. How do we extract the maximum value from that analytical fire hose? Whether you’re already collecting all the data you can, or just trying to figure out where to start, the webinar will present straight-from-the-trenches reports that can give you inspiring ideas as well as practical tips on turning data directly into actionable strategies and bottom line results.
Brad Shimmin: principal analyst, Current Analysis. Brad has been with Current Analysis for six years, bringing more than 20 years of industry experience to bear. Brad monitors and evaluates three key industry areas: enterprise data and analytics, collaboration and communication, and application platforms. Specifically, Brad provides detailed analysis of enterprise social networking technologies and data visualization and discovery solutions.
June Andrews: senior data scientist at LinkedIn. June is an applied mathematician specializing in social network analysis. She has worked on the Search Algorithm at Yelp and designed algorithms for computing the structure of large networks with Professor John Hopcroft. Currently, June works towards understanding the impact of LinkedIn’s Professional Network both on the global scale and for the individual member. She holds degrees in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley and Cornell.
Mauricio Roman: data scientist at Loggly. Mauricio Roman loves detective stories and believes Sherlock Holmes is the early pioneer of the analytics revolution. At Loggly, Mauricio applies and develops machine learning-based software based on Stanford-based courses and his management consulting background at McKinsey. Before joining Loggly, Mauricio worked in data intensive projects with an IBM business analytics partner.
Bruno Aziza: chief marketing officer at Alpine Data Labs. Bruno has worked at startups as well as medium and large-size organizations across the United States and Europe. He focuses on building businesses from scratch and turning ideas into products that lead markets, globally. With a background is in big data, analytics, and the cloud, he leads marketing at Alpine Data Labs, an enterprise platform for advanced analytics on big data and Hadoop.
Big Data, Big Money: How Four Companies Are Mining Data for Major Innovation, starts promptly at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific Time) on Thursday, December 11. Register now for free!