Why data management and business transformation must go hand in hand
Free virtual roundtable · June 22, 2021 · 9.00–10.30 AM, CET
At this CIO Digital Roundtable, along with our partners Cohesity, you will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges you have faced in establishing an enterprise-wide data management strategy and share success stories around operationalising your mountains of enterprise data, all under Chatham House Rule.
As data continues to proliferate at the enterprise level, many technology leaders will be busy thinking about how to manage their data assets in a secure, cost-effective and resilient manner as we move into an era where only truly data-driven businesses will survive and eventually thrive.
Today’s customers expect seamless experiences, underpinned by joined up, intelligent and responsible use of their data. In a world where a data breach can prove deadly to your brand, managing all your business data in a secure manner is a key pillar to business success, especially as we round into 2021, where more and more activity is shifting online as a result of the ongoing fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Solid technology and policies are key to managing these growing piles of enterprise data, but so is organisational structure, awareness and training. These are key elements for CIOs to consider as they look to join up their data management capabilities in the new year.
Topics to be discussed include:
Research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Service in 2020 showed
of business leaders are seeing new types of risk emerge as a result of their business transformation efforts, with
of respondents adding that an effective security, risk and compliance strategy is essential to their business success.
Niklas Lundgren has a long background working in complex IT environments. Covering a broad range of domains, Niklas has extensive experience with IT Optimization with a strong emphasis on data center design ensuring the Users, Business and Technology are in tandem, and satisfied. A true technician at heart, Niklas enjoyed responsibility for the successful IT Operations at Parajett for 8 years. Recently Niklas moved over to Sandvik Svedala to run the IT Operations at this important site. Availability, security, data protection and ease of operations are core responsibilities maintained by Niklas.
Paul Schatteles has brought new technologies to market in Europe and the Nordic region for the past twenty years. Discovering early-stage startups with high potential is his forte, assuming they meet one vital requirement. Disruptive technology must not be disruptive to implement. During his tenure at Cohesity, Paul has guided organisations in their transformation from operations as usual to a proactive data management strategy. Paul thrives in complex environments where various stake holders focus on their respective cost drivers. The business outcomes delivered are highly secure data management platforms, in a hybrid world, that are easy to operate … of course.
Frank Brix Pedersen has spent more than 20 years working with IT. Currently he holds a position as Field Technical Director at Cohesity. In this job he helps the largest and most complex customers to make the right decisions and navigate them in the hybrid cloud world. Frank has been honored with the vExpert title for his contributions to the virtualization community. Frank currently resides in Copenhagen, Denmark.