What opportunities could your business drive if the right data was surfaced at the right time? How much more efficiently could your operations perform? The potential for transformation with insights from data analytics spans every industry, from healthcare to banking and transportation to manufacturing. For many early adopters, data is already reshaping their business, whether through new discoveries, improved products and services or better customer experiences overall, as they evolve from traditional business intelligence (BI) practices to more advanced analytics (predictive and prescriptive) that enable actionable insights.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J), the world's largest healthcare provider, uses data science in healthcare to speed critical decision-making. From advanced analytics and machine learning to the use of hybrid cloud, J&J has put data at the center of their global operations, transforming healthcare for their customers.
Insights from complex data offer unprecedented opportunity to make discoveries and deliver better services and customer experiences. Deploying the right analytics strategy for your business is about more than just technology, and requires thoughtful navigation across the different stages of the analytics maturity curve. Businesses need to ask the right questions, take a rigorous approach to learning from experiments and most of all, address key organizational issues that are inhibitors to fostering a broad “data culture”.
IDC’s Li Qiao, Regional Program Manager for Big Data Analytics, will share an overview of the data-driven business environment of today and what to expect in the future. She will discuss how data analytics and mission critical insights hinges on data center reliability, and how multi-tier data centers provide real advantages.
For the most demanding scale-up and real time, in-memory analytics solutions.
For performance and efficiency that handles the widest range of scale-out data analytics frameworks.
For HPC simulations or machine learning training.