If you are going, check out the Information Management sessions that you can participate in that address the pain associated with an overabundance of information. Learn how to start building an information strategy for smarter analytics, especially around social media and sentiment analysis.
Title: IBM Big Data, Information Integration and Governance: Turn Information into Insight for Smarter Analytics
Location: Ped number 31 - IBM Platform for Social Business Zone
Join us at an IBM Big Data, Integration and Governance demonstration to learn how to turn your ever-growing supply of data into an enterprise source of knowledge. The demonstration—which addresses both strategies and technologies—will identify the pains associated with the overabundance of information and spur thinking around building an information strategy for smarter analytics especially around social media and sentiment analysis.
The Foundation for Big Data: Information Integration and Governance
Day/Date: Monday Jan 28th
Speaker: Rick Clements, Program Director, MDM Product Marketing, IBM
Time/Location: 2:15-3:15PM, Dolphin Southern Hemisphere I
Improving customer satisfaction with the right mix of personalization, self-service, and commerce capabilities requires a high performing business analytics platform. Organizations are turning to big data technologies to deliver this solution. The potential of big data rests in finding the value in the volume, velocity and variety of data. Those companies that capture meaning through the analysis of the torrent of data will be in advantageous positions over their competitors. During this session, we will explain how Information Integration and Governance best practices can assure trusted information, make business operations more efficient and mitigate risk. Establishing Information Integration and Governance will optimize your investment in big data and streamline operations. Join this session to learn how Information Integration and Governance provides trusted information on a secure platform to serve as the basis for in-context, effective interactions.
How to build data security into big data environments
Day/Date: Wednesday Jan 31st
Speaker: Kimberly Madia, WW Product Marketing Manager, InfoSphere Guardium & InfoSphere Optim, IBM
Time/Location: 3pm-4pm Swan, Swan 1-2
To be competitive, organizations are taking advantage of today's data explosion to grow business while controlling costs and reducing risks. At the same time, organizations must come to terms with the security challenges they introduce. Big data environments allow organizations to aggregate and share more and more data — much of which is financial, personal, intellectual property or other types of sensitive data. The good news: You don’t have to feel overwhelmed when it comes to securing big data environments. Find out how you can apply the same fundamentals of securing databases, data warehouses and file share systems for securing Hadoop-based environments to prevent data leaks, ensure the integrity of information and automate compliance controls. You will learn:
- Unique challenges of big data environments
- How to prioritize data security for Hadoop environments
- Three tips to improve security in big data environments
- IBM InfoSphere® Guardium® data security and privacy solutions for big data