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Itís All About The Data SaaS makes it incredibly easy to replace on-premises software with cloud services. The problem: Most corporate data still resides in-house. Think of trying to use Salesforce.com without access to customer contact info or sales records. See the problem?
Archived Audio Interviews
How do you use big data analytics to drive real-world business results? At ConocoPhillips, it came down to collecting more data points, more often, and then figuring out what story the data told. Join us as we talk with ConocoPhillips CIO Mike Pfister about what people across various industries can learn from the company's analytics strategy.