Questions and answers on the latest training from Cisco and WiBD!
What is this great training opportunity?
is inviting a limited number of Women in Big Data members to high-quality, fifty-hour online training offerings on Big Data and Analytics with a focus on the Internet of Things. Members who successfully complete the courses will receive a certificate from Cisco.
Our Cisco sponsor is Ann Andersen, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at Cisco, who learned about our community and offered to partner with us. This initiative is supported by Jutta Graefensteiner, Director Channel and Partner Management Cisco Germany. The training has been made possible thanks to Monika Stausberg, IT & Big Data Instructor from the vocational school ITECH in Hamburg, and Vanessa Verstegen-Häntsch, CEO of IT-Bildungsnetz.
How can I get more details?
Click here to view a webinar that reviews the content, explains the hands-on optional part of the training, and provides details about how to join the webinar. This can be watched online or downloaded.
What is the course content?
The Internet of Things increases the opportunity for people to create and invent new devices due to lower costs and greater access. The resulting explosion of new types of devices and solutions contributes to the exponential growth of data in the IoT. Organizations are now critically dependent on the collection, storage and analysis of data to extract information and gain insights for the business: Making good decisions depends on good data. As the amount of data grows, decision makers increasingly rely on data analytics to extract the required information at the right time and in the right place to make the best decision. Students who complete the Big Data & Analytics course will be able to perform the following functions:
What are the chapters of this training?
How can I enroll?
And if I have more questions?
The course content and the method for registering are explained in detail in the webinar. If you still have any questions about this partnership or the training, you can contact Nahia Orduña from Women in Big Data team or Ann Andersen from Cisco.