Save the dates — June 03-06, 2013 — Join us for the TechEd North America 2013! Microsoft’s Premiere Event for IT Professionals & Enterprise Developers. At this event you will receive hands-on learning, deep product exploration, & countless opportunities to build relationships with a community of Microsoft experts and your peers. TechEd attendees have access to a variety of special events and activities designed to provide you with more opportunities for one-on-one interaction with Microsoft and industry thought leaders, as well as your peers who share your technology interests and business challenges.
City: Las Vegas, NV
Save the dates — June 04-07, 2013 — Join us for Informatica World; you’ll get broader, deeper, less biased, and more practical information than most industry conferences offer. Choose from 90+ breakout sessions featuring Informatica experts and Informatica customers. Learn about the latest product updates, get an inside view of the Informatica Roadmap, and see live demos of the latest Informatica offerings in the Hands-On Lab.
Informatica World 2013 packs together three full days of expert-led sessions and workshops to suit any IT organization. No matter what size your business, or what industry, Informatica World delivers relevant content, tailored for every role involved in data integration. Got a specific project you’re working on? Bring your questions to Informatica World, where you’ll find the know-how and answers to questions about all types of data integration projects.
Save the dates — June 03-06, 2013 — Join us for the TDWI World Conference Series! Unlike other conferences, TDWI offers primarily full- and half-day courses taught by practitioners with real-world experience. The sessions at a TDWI conference are classes, not presentations, and the session leaders are teachers—not just speakers. This is real education where you’ll interact with the most knowledgeable and experienced instructors in the industry.
City: Anaheim, CA
Save the dates — September 9 – 12, 2013 — for the ASUG BusinessObjects Annual User Conference at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) is a professionally-managed association of business and technology professionals who share a common interest to share their experiences and learn more about SAP best practices. Join us in September to learn about the latest in SAP BusinessObjects’ business intelligence solutions. CCG, an ASUG Gold Affiliate, will again sponsor this event, provide speaker sessions, and will host a VIP reception. We hope to see you there!
Save the dates — September 22-26, 2013 — Join us for the Oracle OpenWorld 2013! OpenWorld features thousands of sessions from which attendees can choose, including keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and hands-on labs. Hundreds of exhibitors will be on hand to share what they’re bringing to the leading edge of Oracle technology. And you’ll have nearly an infinite number of opportunities to network, trade information with peers, and gain insights from experts. The sooner you sign up, the more you can save.
Save the dates — June 03-06, 2013 —for the PASS Summit 2013! PASS Summit is the world’s largest and most intensive technical training conference for Microsoft SQL Server and BI professionals. But more than that, it’s your conference – planned and presented by the SQL Server community for the SQL Server community. PASS Summit delivers the most technical sessions, the largest number of attendees, the best networking, and the highest-rated sessions and speakers of any SQL Server event in the world.
Save the dates — October 20-25, 2013 —for the 2013 TDWI World Conference Series: Business Driven BI! Business-driven BI is a critical element to successful, business-value-driven projects in this new economic environment. The Achilles’ heel of our industry has been the lack of true partnership between business and IT. Both sides have provided lip service to this partnership over the years, but very few have truly committed to it with structural changes that break apart the organizational silos we all live in. The only way we will succeed in advancing our businesses is by creating a more agile BI organization that has business users and IT professionals working side by side on the same team and under the direction of one executive sponsor. The winners will be those who can lead the change and growth of their organizations to maximize the people, processes, and technology across the enterprise.
City: Las Vegas, NV
Save the dates — November 03-07, 2013 — for the Information OnDemand 2013! Join us in Las Vegas for an unrivalled blend of business, technical and leadership training, along with the deep insights into Business Analytics, Enterprise Content Management and Information Management. More than 13,000 Customers, Business Partners and IBMers are expected. Come and experience proven technologies and meaningful business insights that improve performance while reducing costs.
Street: 5555 N. River Road Rosemont
Save the date — December 05, 2013 — for the Business Intelligence/Analytic Strategies: Camp IT!
In this one day conference attendees will learn:
- Moving Beyond Business Intelligence – Incorporating Big Data & Analytics into Your BI & Data Strategy
- Implementing Governance, Analytics, and BI in the Era of Big Data
- Big Data Trends and Technologies: What Are They and How Can They Help You?
- How to Design Your BI Architecture to Capitalize on New Technologies
- Testing Big Data Applications: How to Devise a Scalable Approach to Assuring Quality in Big Data Solutions
- How to Partner with the Business to Best Leverage Big Data and Analytics for Operational Benefit (panel discussion)
Save the dates —December 8-23, 2013 — Join us for the TDWI World Conference 2013! In the new big data environment that is coming to be, it’s all about volume, variety, and velocity. Data from multiple sources is arriving in large volumes on a near-continuous basis. How can you analyze it all fast enough to make informed decisions? Agile development, cloud computing, text analytics, virtualization, open source, cool BI, Web 2.0, social media, and mobile BI are evolving. New methods of working with big data, such as Hadoop and MapReduce, offer alternatives to traditional data warehousing—if you know how and when to use them.