We’ve seen time and again how companies like Amazon and Google have unlocked value from the massive amounts of data they collect in the creation of new, highly personalized services. But what happens when enterprises of every ilk learn to bring their big data value down to the personal level.
Tune in on Tuesday, January 21 at 2 p.m. EST to learn how to:
- Explore the rise of the quantified self
- Get started with personalized big data
- Engage employees and customers on a personal level
Join Hyoun Park, co-founder and principal consultant of DataHive Consulting, to learn why the personalization of big data will change how we approach our lives – from the way we learn to how we obtain healthcare, interact with the outside world, and even watch sports.
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