HP, Hortonworks, and SAP To Discuss The Hottest Trends in Big Data at American Digital’s 2015 Big Data Symposium
Elk Grove Village, IL (PRWEB) July 09, 2015
American Digital, a leading IT solutions provider for Fortune 1000 organizations since 1983, today announced its 2015 Big Data Symposium in Chicago. Presenting at the informative event are three leaders in Big Data including HP, Hortonworks, and SAP. Each presenter will share how their innovative technologies improve profitability, customer service, and quality assurance. All businesses considering Big Data are encouraged to attend.
What: American Digital’s 2015 Big Data Symposium
Where: Willis Tower at 233 S. Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois
Date: July 23, 2015
Time: 4:30 – 7:30 PM
Attendees at this educational event will learn some of the hottest trends shaping the Big Data movement. Topics include strategies for finding business opportunities and value from your current data, ways to manage and analyze rapidly evolving data volumes from the Internet of Things (IoT), and the differences between Big Data and Big BI. Attendees will also explore why customers buy their products and ways to adopt and execute a Hyper-Personalization paradigm.
The evening’s featured speaker is award-winning author and consultant to Fortune 50 executives, Chris Surdak. “Big Data is the hottest topic in business today,” explained Mr. Surdak, who brings 20 years of experience in collaboration and content management, Big Data, information security, regulatory compliance, and Cloud Computing. “However, very few organizations are generating meaningful business outcomes from their Big Data efforts. In this discussion, we will explore why these organizations are having trouble creating value from Big Data, and what steps can be taken to fix this situation”
A networking reception immediately follows presentations, during which attendees have the opportunity to meet industry leaders and network with peers in the Chicago area. All attendees will be entered to win an HP Spectre Laptop or one of three HP Stream Laptops.
“American Digital brings a 30-year history for helping Fortune 1000 organizations grow and optimize operations by offering expertise in datacenters, networking, Cloud, and security,” explained Norbert R. Wojcik, Jr., President and CEO of American Digital. “As the Internet of Things evolves at such a rapid pace, American Digital continues in this tradition by providing guidance on Big Data and Analytics to companies that may be considering a Big Data strategy. The 2015 Big Data Symposium is just one more way American Digital helps companies innovate and thrive.”
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