It’s been definitely a big year for Big Data in 2012. Most of the companies invested in analytical systems and getting valuable insights into their operations. Those who didn’t are literally light years behind: the amount of data world creates every two days is equal to 5 exabytes, according to Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive officer. That is roughly the same amount created between the dawn of civilization and 2003. To ignore that would definitely mean a shift of your company back to the cave age, with the only imaginative luxury of a rotary phone at hand.
In early December, IDC issued a report suggesting that investment in Big Data will grow to nearly $10 billion in 2013. But increased investments in Big Data would definitely mean a need for more data analysts—and those are in short supply.To help companies navigate through whole jungle of informational age Innovation Enterprise organized quite a few summits devoted to Big Data trends for various types of industries back in 2012. Opening this year are two summits devoted to the Big Data & Analytics Innovation (http://analytics.theiegroup.com/bigdata-lasvegas) as well as Business Analytics Innovation (http://analytics.theiegroup.com/ba-lasvegas), definitely deserving attention of anyone associated with modern business. Held at a luxury venue of Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, the event promises not only pleasant environment and sunny atmosphere, but most importantly insights from an industry leaders in the whole trend – Ebay, Motorola, Intel, Barnes&Noble, Discovery Communications, Coca Cola just to name a few. Event promises an interactive format, combining keynote presentations, interactive breakout sessions as well as open discussions.
Big Data Innovation summit is aimed to help your business understand and utilize data-driven strategies and discover what disciplines will change forever because of the advent of data. Business analytics will unleash opportunities of unparallel expansion to the modern world markets, by the means of the modern technological developments and overall advances of the civilization. New opportunities we all encounter definitely bring new challenges as well, and the ways to cope with them will definitely be discussed as well.
So whether you already registered or still contemplating the opportunity one thing remains clear: the best place for you to learn the ways of propelling your company forward is summits organized by IE group and held in Las Vegas January 30 and 31 at Caesar’s Palace. Hope to see you there!