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A Two-Gun Texas Roundup on
Big Data Analytics Roadmaps

Presented by Iron Mountain and the University of Texas at Austin iSchool

February 24, 2015 – University of Texas at Austin
AT&T Conference Center – 1900 University Avenue, Austin, TX

This half-day event features one panel on Data Wrangling and another, shortly after, on Harnessing Big Data. The speakers will provide real world examples that go beyond Big Data hype to a roadmap on how to get your data to a state where you can use visualization technologies to unlock the power of your information.

Agenda:

  • 8:00-8:30   Continental Breakfast
  • 8:30-8:45   Welcome
  • 8:45-10:15   Panel 1: Data Wrangling
  • 10:15-10:30   Break
  • 10:30-12:00   Panel 2: Harnessing Big Data
  • 12:00-1:00   Hosted Lunch with Panelists*

Register now and begin to take full advantage of your data.

Panel 1: Data Wrangling
This panel will explore the importance of your data "readiness" to work with analytics and visualization. Find out what steps you need to take to get from raw data to taking action on it and discover real-world use cases, along with insights on emerging new professional opportunities.

Also learn more about:
•    Information management and analytics "readiness"
•    Data sources and types
•    Proper data formats for analytics and visualization
•    Mining and munging your data

Speakers
Byron Wallace
Assistant Professor, University of Texas, School of Information
Chris McKinzie
Co-Founder & CEO, Enlyton
Tyron Stading
President & Founder, Innography
Abha Dogra
VP Global Enterprise Architecture, Iron Mountain


Moderator
Sue Trombley
Managing Director, Thought Leadership, Iron Mountain

Panel 2: Harnessing Big Data
This panel will discuss how to extract and visualize data in a way that lets your decision-makers take action. Find out what analytics and visualization are all about, and how organizations are using these tools to make improvements. Professional skills and capabilities to get into the visualization field will be highlighted.

Also learn more about:
•    Visualization of raw data
•    Pushing data through to a dashboard
•    Deriving insight from analytics
•    Impacts on decision making and operations

Speakers
Unmil Karadkar
Assistant Professor, University of Texas, School of Information
Fuyu Li
Earth Scientist, Energy Technology Company, Chevron
Cynthia Mancha
Business Analyst, Tasktop
Beth Hallmark
Deputy Chief of Communications, Public Outreach and Open Government

Moderator
Sue Trombley
Managing Director, Thought Leadership, Iron Mountain