Big Data & Analytics Apps

Download PowerPoint How to bring big data analytics to your teams through smart apps that revolutionize the way they work Ziosk case study – leverages big data from customers tablet interactions to run analytics apps and optimize the restaurant experience and resources A powerful toolkit is needed to build big data analytics apps – Microsoft has a great solution with 4 key attributes To actually build an app, you’ll need some certain functionalities – Microsoft offers a comprehensive platform http://www.sqlsaturday.com/621/Sessions/Details.aspx?sid=64195   

Boost productivity with cloud-based business applications

Bridge the gap between different types of teams Through the integration of Microsoft Teams in Office 365, and cloud based business applications like Dynamics 365, we bridge the gap between collaboration-oriented, highly creative work teams, and business applications where we store transnational and customer data. This allows instant communication and increased reaction under a constantly changing business environment, drastically improving the decision-making process, and connecting directly into execution by providing a direct feedback into the appropriate business application. Join this webcast to learn how to: Provide direct insights into sales opportunities with existing customers Improve the customer experience by finding answers faster Involve the right people in the right request Permit access to relevant, un-structured information such as Word and Excel documents, within the context of structured processes such as Quotation, Customer Service, and others Incorporate customer meeting notes right into your sales processes Access your cloud applications and collaboration tools from a mobile device, wherever you are

(ISC)2 San Francisco Chapter Kickoff Meeting

Join us to celebrate Cyber Security Awareness Month and for the inaugural meeting of (ISC)2 San Francisco Chapter! Enjoy food and drinks at The Thirsty Bear Brewery in San Francisco while we introduce the new Chapter and the Board of Directors. Included will be a presentation on application security and a detailed introduction of the new chapter. Limited seating is available. Who we are: A not-for-profit Organization that has received its Charter as the first and official San Francisco Area Chapter (San Francisco peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties) of (ISC)2 – the global leader in educating and certifying information security professionals throughout their careers. See our website at https://www.isc2-Sf-chapter.org Register early to reserve your spot! $35 registration fee covers food and attendance. **Payment via PayPal: if you have a PayPal account use your PayPal ID to check out, if not, click on the link that says “Don’t Have a Paypal Account?” and enter your credit card details. PayPal adheres to PCI-DSS 2.0 practices for protecting cardholder data.   Guest Speaker, Rajya Bhaiya, MCP, MCSD, MCTS Understanding Microsoft Web Application Security Rajya Bhaiya, is the President and CEO of Gradient Vision, LLC and co-author of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Unleashed (2011) and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 Integration Unleashed (2009). He has extensive experience implementing and supporting large-scale Fortune 500 applications that use and integrate Dynamics CRM and SharePoint. More Information… Registration fee is non-refundable 2 CPE’s earned – 1 group A CPE will be credited for the presentation and 1 CPE group B will be credited for general attendance. We will provide certificates at the end of the meeting. Attendence fee includes food and admission. Drinks can be purchased separately. Parking – Moscone Center parking garage (on Third Street and Howard) provides discount parking rates during the weekday evenings. We will hold a raffle – bring your business cards. You can print your registration in the form of an event ticket! Contact Christopher Jones (ISC)2 San Francisco Chapter info@isc2-sf-chapter.org (415) 602-3751 When Thursday October 25, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM PDT Add to Calendar Where The Thirsty Bear Brewery 2nd floor Sillon Room 661 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94105