Let’s face it—Big Data can be a BIG challenge. Providing users access to the information they need, when they need it, while ensuring quality and security is not always an easy task. Combine these current hurdles along with all of the new data sources and platforms emerging on the market, and the Big Data challenge gets even bigger. So, how do we handle it all?
I’ll be joining a roundtable discussion hosted by Database Trends & Applications to discuss just that. Titled “Overcoming Big Data Integration Challenges,” the webcast will also include Lawrence Schwartz, Vice President of Marketing for Attunity, and Josh Rogers, President of Syncsort Data Integration, who will provide their insight on how to conquer data silos, complexity, performance, and agility issues. Stephen Faig, Business Development Manager Unisphere Research and DBTA, will moderate. You can register for the webinar, which till take place on Thursday, August 29th at 11:00 AM PT/ 2:00 PM ET, here or by clicking below.
It’s important for businesses to be up-to-speed on the essential technologies and approaches for facilitating Big Data integration so equip your team with the knowledge they need to succeed! Register for what is sure to be an informative discussion. Follow us at @DataDirect_News for real-time updates during the webcast and check back into our blog for a synopsis.
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