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Nov 14

Washington, DC


he US Government faces an unprecedented rise in the complexity and amount of Big Data that must be captured and analyzed – everything from social media, healthcare provider profiles, credentials, patient claims and images to complex sensor data, biometrics, ISR and videos. To harness value from this data, organizations require a very different approach to data management. Join us for the MarkLogic Government Summit on November 14 in Washington, D.C., where MarkLogic shines the spotlight on Big Data in Government. This one-day event features prominent government and industry experts sharing best practices on how to make Big Data work for you and your organization. Discover how informed decision making and intelligent use of technology can transform Big Data challenges into opportunities and real-time insight. At the MarkLogic Summit Series for Government, you’ll get answers to: How do I leverage Big Data for mission critical intelligence applications? How can I exploit Big Data to make smarter decisions and draw keener insight? How can I cost-effectively build a sustainable infrastructure to manage the never-ending onslaught of data? How do I make this data available in real-time for analysis and information sharing across government enterprises and to the public?

Anyone in charge of managing Big Data or data analysis initiatives. Anyone who makes decisions on fundamental information architectures and products, including: CIOs, CTOs, senior IT managers, information architects, CKOs and senior knowledge managers, information analysts, program managers, and systems integrators. Anyone who wants to learn about a unique technology that can solve a wide range of today’s data challenges.

Registration Opens: 09/10/2012 Cost: Complimentary

Contact Name: Diana Richardson

ph: 703.854.8574 email: [email protected]

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7950 Jones Branch Drive
Suite 200
McLean, VA. 22102 United States

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