The Next Natural Resource? Data.

Big data isn't just a buzzword. With 2.5 billion gigabytes of data created every day, and the quantity growing rapidly, big data is a way for government to change the way it operates and delivers services to citizens. As IBM's CEO Ginni Rometty said, "information is our generation's next natural resource."

Just like water, data flows from many different places and can be difficult to control. But using analytics to uncover, capture, and mind trends in information can help agencies lower costs, maximize limited resources, and improve overall operational efficiency.

So what are you doing with this natural resource? Register for this on-demand training to:

  • Learn the theory behind "data as a natural resource," and how to capitalize on this trend for new organizational insights.

  • Gain specific tools that help uncover patterns in data in real-time to improve productivity.

  • Hear analytics case studies from world-class public sector organizations, and how they've leveraged data to transform their agency.

The volume, variety and velocity of government data is changing the business government. Now's the time to capitalize on data, and turn insights into actions. Learn how by joining us for our online training.

Speakers include:

  • Steve Clark, Deputy Chief of Police, Santa Cruz Police Department

  • Brian Murrow, Associate Partner, Business Analytics and Optimization, IBM

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