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Data holds endless potential for agencies and companies. But if not properly shared, analyzed and visualized, that potential cannot be reached. As the federal data strategy encourages building a culture that values data and promoting public use, agencies are learning how to effectively prepare data for sharing and to convey insights — and traditional approaches won’t maximize their efforts.
Data virtualization can power a logical data fabric layer that integrates all enterprise data siloed across disparate systems, whether on-premises or in the cloud. It can also manage the unified data for centralized security and governance and deliver it to business users in real time. So how can data virtualization improve an agency’s ability to deliver on aspects of the federal data strategy? And what are the biggest benefits of employing a logical data fabric, powered by data virtualization?
Join GovExec, Denodo and USPTO to explore data virtualization and its role in federal data strategy.
- Scott Beliveau, Chief, Enterprise Advanced Analytics, United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Paul Moxon, SVP Data Architecture & Chief Evangelist, Denodo
- George Jackson, Vice President of Events GovExec