Business Intelligence Events
TDWI - Minneapolis Chapter Meeting
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 - 8:00am
Interactive Data Quality Discussion - Gary Johnson, Lifetime Fitness
To obtain true data quality, there are a dozen key factors that all must be addressed to reach a point of success. However, there is no ‘perfect sequence’ to addressing these factors, and amongst any organization, or audience, the particular items that are most relevant to be discussed or improved on may differ. So as part of this interactive discussion, the audience will decide which portions are of most relevance to them and should be covered in the most detail, and we will take a short personalized journey towards a higher level of ability to produce and maintain data quality.
Cloud Data Security – debunking the myths - Michael Krouze - Charter Solutions
Michael Krouze is Charter Solutions’ Chief Technology Officer. Michael brings to Charter Solutions a broad and deep knowledge of the Information Technology arena from both a technology and business perspective. He is an innovative thinker adept at planning and initiating change, a superb strategist with a solid combination of business and technical acumen, and a hands-on leader skilled in balancing user requirements, corporate objectives, and technology capabilities. Michael has a proven track record in the definition and leadership of IT initiatives for organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to start-ups and non-profits.
Lancet's Networking Group for MicroStrategy Users
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 1:30pm
Join us for an afternoon of networking and MicroStrategy knowledge-sharing. Meet and learn from other MicroStrategy users. Featuring customer presentations, technical "how-to's", open discussions and networking - every quarter in Bloomington, MN. The next user group meets on Wednesday, May 14th. Register using the button above.
Help/Systems 2014 Worldwide User Conference
Thursday, June 19, 2014 - 8:15am
Keynote speaker, Laura B. Madsen, MS
Big Data's House of Cards
Everywhere you look today there is some reference to 'big data'. It seems that those that are doing it are gaining immense value and praise and those that aren't are at best naive and at worst, purposefully denying our organizations of a proverbial silver bullet. But, when you look past the marketing and sales hype the reality of big data has the potential to be nothing but a house of cards.
In this session, we will discuss:
Learn more at: http://www.hsuserconf.com/