TDWI Webinars

TDWI Webinars deliver unbiased information on pertinent issues in the big data, business intelligence, data warehousing, and analytics industry. Each live Webinar is roughly one hour in length and includes an interactive question-and-answer session following the presentation.


Upcoming

Fern Halper

Moving Forward with Analytics: Introducing TDWI’s New Maturity Model Assessment Tool

Analytics is hot and getting hotter. As its value becomes better understood, many organizations are looking to expand their analytics efforts. To discover new opportunities, serve customers more effectively, reduce fraud, and improve operations, firms want to get to the next level with predictive and other forms of advanced analytics. They want to build a broader analytics culture that includes more types of users.

Date: February 3, 2015

Time: 9:00AM PT

Fern Halper, David Stodder


Fern Halper

Embedded Analytics: From Dashboards to Wearables and Beyond

Analytics is undergoing a renaissance. Its value is understood. It is becoming easier to use, even by the non-statistician. Organizations are gathering ever increasing volumes of disparate data to use for analytics. Forward-looking organizations are even using real-time data and beginning to embed analytics against this data.

Date: February 19, 2015

Time: 9:00AM PT

Fern Halper


Colin White

Making Data Work for You: Data Warehousing in the Cloud

Whether driven by cost, the need to deliver new capabilities, or a deluge of new and varied data of value to the business, organizations are re-thinking the data warehouse. As boundaries become more fluid to support emerging mobile, social, and cloud-based services, key challenges emerge: how to be flexible and agile in taking appropriate advantage of cloud-based solutions without compromising on security or service quality.

Date: February 24, 2015

Time: 9:00AM PT

Colin White


TDWI’s Top 10 Trends in BI and Analytics for 2015: Setting Your Technology Strategy

Organizations of all shapes and sizes today are focused on how they can realize higher value from data. With insights from business intelligence (BI) and analytics, firms can improve customer experiences, make smarter decisions about how to allocate resources, and develop strategies to improve business performance. Technologies and practices for getting the most out of data with BI and analytics are changing rapidly, however, so organizations cannot stand still. You need to stay abreast of the changes.

Date: March 19, 2015

Time: 9:00AM PT

Fern Halper, David Stodder


On Demand

Philip Russom

Modernizing the Operational Data Store with Hadoop

Operational data stores (ODSs) are currently experiencing a dramatic evolution, as are many data platforms and practices within data warehousing and enterprise data management. The evolution of the ODS is driven mostly by users’ increased usage of big data and advanced analytics, but also by changing practices in data archiving, data staging, and data integration. The result is that ODSs today manage greater data volumes, handle more diverse data, and serve more practical uses than ever before

Philip Russom