|Smart Government: Drivers and Challenges in Using Analytics and Big Data|
This web conference was originally broadcast on March 28, 2013. You can access the replay recording here. This presentation will be available to audience members until September 26, 2013.
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The U.S. government is positioned to build on current business intelligence/analytics solutions and expand use to Big Data by demonstrating that they can better serve mission-making decisions and take action based on timely, relevant, complete, and accurate information.
This web conference was specifically geared toward the offices of chief information officer (CIO) and line-of-business directors in the government sector. It focused on business intelligence/analytics and Big Data in U.S. government; specifically:
- Government implementation
IDC Government Insights research director for Smart Government Strategies, Adelaide O'Brien, presented this one-hour, complimentary event. Ms. O'Brien discussed the opinions of U.S. government IT executives and decision makers who responded to an IDC vertical markets IT survey regarding their usage and plans for Big Data and Analytics.
This web conference provided information allowing government executives to make comparisons with their executive peers in U.S. government regarding the drivers, challenges, and benefits received from adopting these solutions. You'll hear about the latest trends and challenges in government deployment of Big Data initiatives.