The principals of Information Governance for Big Data: What do you do when someone challenges your big data and analytics recommendations?

The principals of Information Governance for Big Data: What do you do when someone challenges your big data and analytics recommendations?

Available On Demand
Duration 60 Minutes
Speakers
Tony Curcio
Data Integration Product Manager
IBM InfoSphere
Tony Curcio
For the past 18 years, Tony has been focused on helping organizations maximize the impact of their data integration investments. After spending several years working in the healthcare industry as a data integration technical specialist, he joined Ardent Software, the originators of DataStage - the ETL technology at the core of IBM InfoSphere Information Server. As part of the World Wide Product Management team, Tony continues to work closely with customers and partners to understand how they are delivering business value and leverages this input to drive IBM’s product roadmap strategy.
Brian Vile
Program Director, Product Marketing, Information Governance
IBM
Brian Vile
Brian Vile is IBM's Program Director of Product Marketing for the InfoSphere Optim and InfoSphere Guardium product lines. Brian is also responsible for the Information Governance program. He joined IBM thru the Initiate Systems acquisition and ran product management for IBM's Master Data Management portfolio. Mr. Vile was previously General Manager of Installshield and VP Products at Macrovision. Prior to InstallShield, he held high-visibility roles at Information Resources Inc, Hewlett Packard and Motorola.
You and your team have successfully analyzed a new class of business problem using big data.  As you present your findings, you are challenged on the validity of your analysis.  What are you going to do?

This webinar will show how you can:

  • Govern the people, process and technology
  • Understand the data
  • Cleanse and master your data
  • Secure and protect your data
Without Governance for Big Data you will be open to challenges on your conclusions, uncertainty and risk.
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