The 2017 Cloudera Government Forum will focus on how to Transform Your Agency with Data. Expert faculty from government and industry will explore the options for data-driven environments, with a focus on strategies and tools to help agencies unlock valuable insights within their enterprise data resources.
Plan to participate at the Newseum on April 25 to hear how your organization can:
Kick-start big data initiatives—tailored to mission objectives
Use data analytics to improve performance monitoring, IT compliance, cybersecurity and more
Streamline operations for more responsive, trusted and resilient citizen services
In its sixth year, this annual gathering allows participants to discover what’s new and what’s next for data management and advanced analytics that can be applied for immediate and positive impact on government agency operations.
Reserve your seat today and we look forward to meeting you this spring.
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