Forthcoming webinar: Beyond Big Data

It has become very fashionable in recent months to highlight the limitations of ‘big data’ as a concept for describing the multiple changes happening in the data management and analytics landscape. As such, we were perhaps ahead of the game when we introduced our concept of Total Data Management in December 2010 to describe the drivers behind the adoption of new approaches to data management beyond a collection of words beginning with V.

On June, 4 2013 at 09:00am PT I’ll be taking part in a webinar in association with Talend to explain Total Data Management and its relation to big data and provide examples of how enterprises are adopting both big data storage and processing technologies to achieve total data management.

I’ll explain how Total Data Management describes how the adoption of new technologies to store and process big data is driven not just by the nature of the data, but also by the user’s particular data processing requirements, including storing and processing data in its entirety, exploratory analytic approaches, more frequent analysis, and dependency on existing tools and skills.

For full details, and to register, click here.

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