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  • The digital disruption butterfly effect across European industries in 2019
    The digital disruption butterfly effect across European industries in 2019
    Angela Vacca, Giulia Carosella Recorded: Mar 21 2019 33 mins
    The European vertical market digital scenario is more vibrant than ever, – with some industries that are on the edge of technological change, and others that are rapidly catching-up and showing interesting pockets of growth.
    In this IDC Web Conference Angela Vacca and Giulia Carosella from the IDC Customer Insights and Analysis team will discuss how European industries, such as transportation, finance, public sector and others, are ripe for the 2019 digital evolution, answering questions such as:
    •What are the key vertical trends that are driving IT spending in Europe?
    •How to spot technology hypergrowth pockets?
    •What is the digital disruption ‘butterfly effect’, and how will it affect European industries?
    Our webinar will help you improve your vertical go-to-market strategy and tactical planning, – highlighting what is under the spotlight for European industries, learning about real-life examples, and charting out a successful vertical digital roadmap for 2019.
  • Smart Energy in the Data Center
    Smart Energy in the Data Center
    Andy Lawrence, Executive Director of Research, Uptime Institute Intelligence Recorded: Mar 20 2019 53 mins
    Smart energy is a trending concept in a field crowded with competing and complementary terms, technologies, and approaches – but has the business case yet been made? Andy Lawrence will share his views on where this technology segment is headed.
  • Capitalising from clean energy: finding the right on-site solution
    Capitalising from clean energy: finding the right on-site solution
    Stuart Reid, Managing Director (Projects), Mark Tarry, Chief Financial Officer Recorded: Mar 19 2019 59 mins
    On site energy centres can provide long-term cost and carbon savings, sheltering large energy users from rising energy costs and boosting sustainability through low carbon generation. Industrial sites and commercial property infrastructure are playing an increasing role in the decentralised energy system but technology is rapidly evolving, and no one solution suits all users. Businesses face a myriad of choices, from on-site heat and power generation and waste heat recovery to peaking plant to provide export services.

    In this webinar, Stuart Reid and Mark Tarry from AMP Clean Energy will explain how businesses can still benefit from the transition to decentralised energy, despite a changing subsidy environment.

    The webinar will consider what options are available to businesses looking to explore a switch to on-site generation, from choosing the best low carbon technology for your site’s needs to overcoming financial obstacles to secure investment.

    You’ll also hear real-life examples of how the installation of an on-site peaking plant is helping a commercial property developer attract new tenants and how award-winning British grower Villa Nursery’s CHP plant has reduced their gas spend by £200,000 per annum, and the rewards they have reaped since its installation in 2017.

    About AMP Clean Energy
    AMP Clean Energy provides businesses with low-carbon heat and power solutions, with significant funding available to invest over the next five years in low carbon and clean tech energy projects. With investment in over 120 low carbon assets, their tailored solutions for high volume heat and electricity users provide long-term cost and carbon savings through fully financed, turnkey solutions.

    Speakers:
    •Stuart Reid, Managing Director (Projects), AMP Clean Energy
    •Mark Tarry, Chief Financial Officer, AMP Clean Energy
    •Case studies: Villa Nursery & Centric Power
  • What is the Future of Identity Authentication and Key Trends
    What is the Future of Identity Authentication and Key Trends
    Thomas French, Industry Consultant, SAS & Vince Tocce, Host, Vince in the Bay Podcast Recorded: Mar 7 2019 23 mins
    Join Thomas French, Industry Consultant, SAS for a live Q&A interview at RSA Conference 2019 to learn more about the key trends in digital identity and authentication, specifically in the Financial Services industry.

    Discussion topics will include:
    - Tends in payments fraud
    - Ways this data is being monetized today
    - Emerging cybersecurity and fraud trends that have resulted from the adoption of faster payments
    - How financial institutions manage their risk postures with increasing security and fraud challenges
    - How the concept of digital identity is changing in financial institutions
  • Sourcing and Vendor Management – A Critical Component of Digital Strategy
    Sourcing and Vendor Management – A Critical Component of Digital Strategy
    Aaron Polikaitis, VP, Vendor Sourcing & Management, IDC's IT Executive Program Recorded: Feb 28 2019 36 mins
    CIOs, CPOs and business unit leaders overwhelmingly agree that technology sourcing and procurement is critical for digital transformation and legacy system modernization. Nevertheless, recent IDC research confirms that technology sourcing and procurement organizations are challenged to deliver what their businesses require. IT and line of business executives report of their procurement organizations that:
    • 54% do not understand business needs
    • 62% are undermined by shadow procurement
    • Only 10% work effectively within cross-functional teams

    Procurement organizations have a choice of transforming themselves or watching other enterprise organizations assume the responsibility for sourcing the technology that supports key business initiatives. In this IDC web conference, we will identify the top challenges identified by Procurement, IT, and LOB executives, and discuss strategies for transforming procurement organizations from tactical administrative centers to strategic sourcing partners for the enterprise.
  • How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu, Data Scientist, Hitachi Vantara Recorded: Feb 27 2019 45 mins
    Today’s data scientists use machine learning to predict trends, plan ahead of demand and events, and uncover patterns and behaviors. But they spend a significant amount of time on data engineering rather than actual data analysis, delaying the operationalization of machine-learning projects.

    Find out how you can solve this challenge and help your data scientists be more productive.

    About our speaker:

    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu is a data scientist at Hitachi Vantara, Singapore. He received his BS in chemical and biological engineering and has a MS and a doctorate in computational science and engineering. His studies primarily focused on data analytics and big data in protein-protein interactions. After getting his degrees, he analyzed genomic data and developed pipelines for cancer and stem-cell research. His findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals.

    Dr. Cukuroglu is currently working with rail operators, mining companies, manufacturers, banks, fleet operators and delivery partners in Asia-Pacific to enable their machine-learning and predictive-analytics strategies.
  • Driving Decisions & Mitigating Risk in Product Development Lifecycle
    Driving Decisions & Mitigating Risk in Product Development Lifecycle
    Achuth Rao, VP of Product Management at Elsevier Recorded: Feb 21 2019 51 mins
    Achuth Rao, VP of Product Management at Elsevier, will discuss information challenges in the Chemicals & Materials Industry, and share how chemists, engineers, toxicologist, and regulatory and safety professional are collaborating to increase productivity and decision making.

    He will walk through information needs and use case examples specific to scientific and commercial companies, and demonstrate how Elsevier solution Chemtiva (in beta) leverages best in class data science techniques and technologies in this new digital industry paradigm.

    Additional information:

    Decisions in the Chemicals & Materials Industry product life cycle are exposed to increased business risk and challenges driven by micro and macroeconomic factors including:
    - increasing energy & raw material prices
    - increasing competition due to globalization
    - need for accelerated innovation to meet customer demands
    - increasing regulatory compliance and sustainability requirements.

    Companies are looking for new digitization-related opportunities to drive operational changes and efficiencies and to help reduce risks around supply chain, competition, environmental, regulations, and safety across their product life cycle. Invaluable insights for risk mitigation and decision making can be gained from internal and external sources. The challenge lies in having this information in one place and offered in an actionable way to increase collaboration and productivity across the stage gate process in research, development & scale-up, and manufacturing.
  • Take Charge of Engineering Research in 2019: Latest Engineering Village Updates
    Take Charge of Engineering Research in 2019: Latest Engineering Village Updates
    Sally Fell, Senior Product Manager Recorded: Feb 20 2019 54 mins
    Improving your research success, saving you time, and providing quality and relevant content are among Engineering Village’s goals.

    Join us to learn how Engineering Village helped users like you discover top quality engineering research content faster in 2018. Plus, we’ll preview how 2019’s additions will further your research success.

    Topics include:

    • Engineering School Profile: De-mystify your school’s engineering research landscape and make better decisions about grant funding and overall research strategy
    • More Standards, More Books, More Patents: New content from providers like ASTM, ASCE, WIPO, and more
    • Preview of 2019: Be among the first to preview what Engineering Village has in store for 2019
  • Technology readiness of advanced coal-based power generation technologies
    Technology readiness of advanced coal-based power generation technologies
    Dr Lesley Sloss Recorded: Feb 20 2019 46 mins
    There is a lot of industry buzz around HELE (high efficiency low emission) technologies. These advanced coal-based systems include IGCC, polygeneration, oxyfuel combustion, supercritical CO2 and the Allam Cycle, fuel cells, chemical looping, and renewable-coal hybrids. But just how well do these technologies work? Are they close to commercial deployment? And, if not, what is needed to get them there? This webinar will summarise the latest in state-of-the-art coal-to-power technologies and will give an overview on the status of their development.
  • From Steel Manufacturing to Farming: Bring In Cutting-Edge Analytics
    From Steel Manufacturing to Farming: Bring In Cutting-Edge Analytics
    Dr. Anya Rumyantseva, Data Scientist, Solution Engineering Recorded: Feb 13 2019 39 mins
    The transition from descriptive to predictive & prescriptive analytics is speeding up across digitally native industries, while more traditional industries are lagging behind. This transition often requires usage of machine learning techniques and a variety of data formats. Many companies find it difficult to complete. In this webinar, we review barriers for implementation, best practices, interesting use cases and success stories coming from steel and oil industries. Also, we will show how IoT data can be used to predict health problems of cows at farms. Moooving to cutting-edge analytics is possible for everyone!
  • State of the Market: Global IT Spending Review and Outlook
    State of the Market: Global IT Spending Review and Outlook
    Stephen Minton Recorded: Feb 13 2019 62 mins
    In this IDC web conference, Stephen Minton will review the latest ICT spending data and leading economic indicators for ICT budget trends and new 3rd Platform technologies, alongside updated market sizing and forecasts from the IDC Worldwide Black Book, answering questions such as:

    • How did the technology market perform in 2018, and how have forecasts for 2019-2022 changed as a result?
    • What impact will the US-China trade war and tariffs have on IT spending over the next 12 months, and and which other economic wild cards are starting to impact IT budgets?
    • Which new technologies are experiencing the fastest growth in emerging markets, and which geographies are set to emerge as global leaders beyond 2020?
    • How quickly are tech budgets moving from traditional IT deployments to the 3rd Platform of cloud, mobile and new technologies such as IoT and robotics?
    • What are the key vertical industry trends which are driving IT spending patterns and vendor revenues?
  • Targeted Charging Review: Likely Winners and Losers in Energy Charges Shake Up
    Targeted Charging Review: Likely Winners and Losers in Energy Charges Shake Up
    Dan Hickman, Helen Gardner, Dan Connor, Herdial Bibby Recorded: Feb 1 2019 60 mins
    Our webinar will take you through Ofgem’s proposed changes to the way in which major Network Charges such as Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) and Distribution Use of System (DUoS) are calculated. We will also look at the scenarios under which energy users may benefit under these major changes– and which may face cost increases.
  • Data Centre Design in the Era of Multi-Cloud: IT Transformation Drivers
    Data Centre Design in the Era of Multi-Cloud: IT Transformation Drivers
    Simon Ratcliffe, Principal Consultant, Ensono Recorded: Jan 24 2019 38 mins
    IT Transformation projects are usually driven by the need to reduce complexity, improve
    agility, simplify systems, contain costs, manage ever-growing data and provide more efficient
    operational management. Arguably, for seasoned IT professionals, there is nothing new
    about the drivers for transformational change; it’s the velocity and scale of transformation
    today that’s the big challenge.

    Today, to effectively accelerate business innovation, successful IT leaders are building
    infrastructure that focuses on automation and flexibility, supporting agile application
    development and helping deliver world-class customer experience. Of course, IT teams are
    still under pressure to deliver legacy, mission-critical applications but they also need to
    support a seemingly constant flow of emerging business opportunities. ​They’re also tasked
    to lower costs, reduce Capex, while helping to drive revenue growth. That’s a lot of drivers
    and this complex juggling act often requires modernising infrastructure. An almost inevitable
    result of this is that the mix of platforms they adopt will include public cloud.

    So, does that signal the end of the corporate data centre as we know it? Well, as is so often
    the answer – yes and no. ‘Yes’ because there is no doubt that the complexity and cost of
    building and managing on-premise infrastructures is becoming increasingly unsustainable for
    many businesses. And ‘no’ because business continuity and stability of legacy applications
    are still, quite rightly, primary drivers today.
  • How To Maintain Control Of Multi-Data Center and Hybrid Environments
    How To Maintain Control Of Multi-Data Center and Hybrid Environments
    David Cuthbertson, CEO, Square Mile Systems Recorded: Jan 23 2019 56 mins
    Management and control of any distributed IT infrastructure is increasing in difficulty with the variety of options available for hosting computing resources.

    The benefits of on-premise, co-location, cloud and managed services continue to evolve, though they still all have to deliver reliable and secure computing services. Governance and control requirements continue to increase with the processes and systems that IT teams use coming under increasing scrutiny.

    C level executives don’t want to keep hearing that their organizations (or outsource partners) struggle to know how many servers they have, what they do and the risks they currently live with in the new reality of data breaches, insider attacks and increasing systems complexity.
  • Edge Computing: Five Use Cases for the Here and Now
    Edge Computing: Five Use Cases for the Here and Now
    Jim Davis, CEO and Principal Analyst, Edge Research Group Recorded: Jan 23 2019 46 mins
    Edge computing has the potential to be a huge area of growth for datacenter, cloud and other
    vendors. There are many flashy scenarios for the use of edge computing, including autonomous
    transportation and smart cities. But there are near term opportunities to target that have a
    better near-term payoff. Successful services in the market will need to address these
    opportunities as part of an ecosystem solving the needs of application developers.

    Attendees will gain insight into:

    - Use cases for edge computing based on what application developers need – now
    - The geography of the edge computing opportunity
    - Challenges for adoption of edge computing services
    - How the competitive landscape is evolving, and how an ecosystem approach to market
    development is key to deriving value from edge computing services
  • Building a Case for Software-Defined Data Centers: Challenges and Solutions
    Building a Case for Software-Defined Data Centers: Challenges and Solutions
    Jeanne Morain, Scott Goessling, Dave Montgomery Recorded: Jan 22 2019 63 mins
    When it comes to your SDDC, there are many moving parts, new technologies, and vendors to take into consideration. From software-defined networks and storage to compute, colocation, data center infrastructure, on-prem and cloud, the data center landscape has changed forever.

    Tune into this live panel discussion with IT experts as they discuss what the future holds for compute, storage and network services in a software-defined data center, and what that means for vendors, data center managers, and colocation providers alike.

    Moderator: Jeanne Morain, iSpeak Cloud
    Panelists: Scott Goessling, COO/CTO, Burstorm and Dave Montgomery, Marketing Director - Platforms Business Unit, Western Digital
  • Building the Intelligent Enterprise: Digital Transformation through AI
    Building the Intelligent Enterprise: Digital Transformation through AI
    Neil Ward-Dutton and Andrea Minonne Recorded: Jan 22 2019 40 mins
    Digital transformation is a key strategy for every company of size across Europe, as organizations look to remain relevant and competitive in the age of digital business. IDC finds that AI is a key enabler of that transformation, allowing businesses to reimagine processes, services and value propositions to customers. Yet while the focus on customers is as strong as ever but as experience matures, European companies are increasingly looking to AI to drive internal process improvement as well as improve customer experience.

    In this IDC Web Conference, Neil Ward-Dutton, VP of AI and DX European Research Practices, and Andrea Minonne, Research Analyst for IDC's Customer Insight & Analysis team, will discuss the transformative power of AI for European companies, drawing on IDC's qualitative and quantitative research and examples to discuss what are the top drivers and barriers, which are the key use cases, technology and industry adoptions trends across Europe.
  • Support mechanisms for cofiring biomass
    Support mechanisms for cofiring biomass
    Xing Zhang Recorded: Jan 16 2019 37 mins
    Cofiring updates
  • Webroot 2019 Threat predictions
    Webroot 2019 Threat predictions
    Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, Webroot Recorded: Jan 15 2019 46 mins
    The Threat landscape has seen a rise of Cryptojacking, evolution of scams and malware such as Emotet and other cybersecurity issues such as Trickbot and Ransomware that have affected businesses in 2018.

    Join this 30-minute webinar where our Threat Expert will walk you through Webroot's Threat predictions for 2019, so MSPs and SMBs can stay ahead of attacks and keep your clients and businesses safe.

    Some of the topics that will be covered:
    - AI Disruption
    - US adoption of similar GDPR legislation
    - Cryptojacking will keep rising while ransomware will decline


    Register today!
  • IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Oil & Gas 2019 Predictions
    IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Oil & Gas 2019 Predictions
    Kevin Prouty, Vice President, IDC Energy Insights Recorded: Dec 12 2018 46 mins
    In this IDC FutureScape presentation, the IDC Worldwide Oil & Gas team discusses the key predictions that will impact CIOs and IT professionals in the worldwide oil & gas industry over the next one to five years. Senior IT leaders and line-of-business executives will come away with guidance for managing the implications these predictions harbor for their IT investment priorities and implementation strategies.

    About IDC FutureScape
    IDC FutureScape reports are used to shape enterprise IT strategy and planning by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of predictions designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within a typical five-year business planning cycle. Each prediction is assessed based on its impact (a mix of cost and complexity to address) and time frame to expected stated adoption level.
  • The outlook for CCS in the coal sector
    The outlook for CCS in the coal sector
    Toby Lockwood Recorded: Dec 12 2018 49 mins
    Carbon capture and storage with coal - an update
  • Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA)
    Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA)
    Lex Coors, Chief Data Center Technology & Engineering Officer, Interxion Recorded: Dec 11 2018 40 mins
    The Green Grid is an industry organization focused on providing metrics, tools, and initiatives that enable the ICT industry to improve operations, increase efficiency, and deliver more sustainable products and services.

    Targeted at Data Center Designers and Owners/Operators, The Green Grid’s new Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA) tool promises to modernize data center availability classification and rating, similar to how PUE modernized data center power usage. Free for anyone to use, the tool will enable data center professionals to evaluate sustainable energy source availability.

    Attendees will:
    •Learn a new approach to increase resource efficiency and sustainability by integrating renewable energy sources into their overall availability considerations
    •Understand how data centers of the future – either large data centers or edge data centers – can leverage new energy options
    •Gain insight into how to use the OSDA tool for their own operations
    •Learn about the role of The Green Grid in fostering industry collaboration and innovation
  • Future of Completions Design in the Oil & Gas Industry
    Future of Completions Design in the Oil & Gas Industry
    Kiran Unni, Vice President, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Dec 6 2018 53 mins
    The oil and gas industry has a reputation for being relatively tech-averse. However, innovations in technology and business models, and applied innovation from other industries, are impacting the use of technology in various stages of oil and gas exploration and production. The industry is taking new steps in innovations to create significant improvements in operational efficiency, non-productive time and cost of completion.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Discover new business models and companies offering improved methods of technology use to enable operational parameter advances in the completion stage of oil & gas production
    • Explore the latest research on technology developments as forecast in Frost & Sullivan’s research on the future of completions design
    • Participate in an interactive question-and-answer session
  • IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Future of Work 2019 Predictions
    IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Future of Work 2019 Predictions
    Roberta Bigliani, Vice President, Avinav Trigunait, Research Director, Holly Muscolino, Vice President Recorded: Dec 6 2018 59 mins
    In this IDC FutureScape presentation, analysts discuss key predictions that will impact CIOs and IT professionals in the future of work over the next one to five years.

    About IDC FutureScape
    IDC FutureScape reports are used to shape enterprise IT strategy and planning by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of predictions designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within a typical five-year business planning cycle. Each prediction is assessed based on its impact (a mix of cost and complexity to address) and time frame to expected stated adoption level.
  • 2018 Threat Landscape Roundup and Predictions
    2018 Threat Landscape Roundup and Predictions
    Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, Webroot Recorded: Dec 4 2018 36 mins
    Small and medium-sized businesses are major targets for cybercriminals. To stay safe, today’s businesses must understand the different types of cyberattacks they may encounter and implement strong cybersecurity practices.

    Register for this 30-minute webinar on the key threats businesses faced this year and what's upcoming in 2019 to get details and tips that will help you keep your business and clients safe. Our Threat expert will be discussing ransomware, banking Trojans, phishing and all the crypto-crime that’s wreaking havoc on IT pros.
  • Cyberattacks: Q1 Review and Emerging Trends
    Cyberattacks: Q1 Review and Emerging Trends
    Kelvin Murray, Threat Expert, Webroot Mar 26 2019 11:00 am UTC 60 mins
    With cybercriminals constantly seeking innovative ways to steal information and monetise data, it is crucial for businesses and MSPs to keep up to date on emerging trends in the threat landscape.

    Webroot is hosting a series of webinars every 3 months that aim to keep the industry informed on the latest threat trends and review the top cyberattacks that hit businesses each quarter. These webinars will also provide tips on how to stay safe in a complex threat landscape.

    Join Webroot’s Threat expert as he discusses topics such as:

    •The rise of information stealers
    •The changing face of ransomware
    •Relentless phishing attacks
    •The theft, trade and cracking of passwords
  • Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market
    Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market
    Jonathan Robinson, Program Lead, Utham Ganesh, Energy Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Mar 26 2019 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Many battery manufacturers are building energy intelligence into storage systems to unlock multiple revenue opportunities by allowing the customer-sited energy storage to participate in the local energy market. Solar paired with storage is increasingly becoming attractive due to the falling solar PV and battery prices with self-consumption becoming a significant driver toward decentralized energy. The growth of electric vehicles in critical global markets is also expected to spur the adoption of commercial battery storage because of its ability to stabilize the grid as well as generate an additional revenue stream. Partnership across the value chain is necessary to fully realize the potential of multiple revenue-stacking opportunities as the energy markets are rapidly changing with the evolution of numerous business models.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Jonathan Robinson, Program Lead, and Utham Ganesh, Energy Research Analyst, in the webinar: Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market. Hear why manufacturers must educate customers and promote the benefits of installing battery energy storage systems by improving the business case, such as aggregating surplus battery power, trading in balancing markets and improving smart home/building connectivity to unlock multiple revenue streams.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight into the trends in the residential, commercial and industrial battery storage segments.
    • Explore the main motivations behind installing battery storage in regions and potential concerns.
    • Identify the primary business models in battery energy storage and ways to reach the customer.
  • IT Org Transformation – Seven Strategies We Can Implement This Week
    IT Org Transformation – Seven Strategies We Can Implement This Week
    Joe Pucciarelli / Marc Strohlein / Cora Carmody Mar 26 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Many enterprises and their IT teams continue to struggle with the accelerating pace of change being brought about by the new digital technologies, business model innovation and increased competitive tempo. This challenge is more than “change management”; this is a broader problem – a need to accelerate organization transformation and evolve cultural norms. During this IDC web conference, our analysts will share both cultural frameworks and specific, tangible tactics for executive IT leaders, noted within our research, that have been found to power IT’s broader organizational transformation.
  • Power Plant Design and Management for Unit Cycling and Load Fluctuation
    Power Plant Design and Management for Unit Cycling and Load Fluctuation
    Maggie Wiatros-Motyka Mar 27 2019 12:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Flexibility requirements may vary between different power plants, depending on markets and economics. For some, achieving lower minimum loads is the priority while, for others, the focus is on cycling, fast start-up and rapid ramp rates. There is no ’one size fits all’ solution. This webinar describes technical means for achieving common flexibility requirements for pulverised coal fired power plants and gives examples of what has been achieved so far in countries such as Germany, Poland and India.
  • Guidelines for Metadata Injection
    Guidelines for Metadata Injection
    Mark Monroe, Solution Architect Apr 2 2019 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    This webinar covers some best practices for using template-driven designs and navigating and operating levels of Metadata Injection. We’ll go over examples of how to build the data-driven rule Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) transformation, making it flexible so that it can be added to, changed, or removed without adding development cycles.

    We’ll also cover some tips on building the metadata layer that Pentaho Interactive Reports uses, along with a few recommendations to consider while in the design phase.
  • How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    How To Operationalize Data Science Projects
    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu, Data Scientist, Hitachi Vantara Apr 4 2019 3:00 am UTC 44 mins
    Today’s data scientists use machine learning to predict trends, plan ahead of demand and events, and uncover patterns and behaviors. But they spend a significant amount of time on data engineering rather than actual data analysis, delaying the operationalization of machine-learning projects.

    Find out how you can solve this challenge and help your data scientists be more productive.

    About our speaker:

    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu is a data scientist at Hitachi Vantara, Singapore. He received his BS in chemical and biological engineering and has a MS and a doctorate in computational science and engineering. His studies primarily focused on data analytics and big data in protein-protein interactions. After getting his degrees, he analyzed genomic data and developed pipelines for cancer and stem-cell research. His findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals.

    Dr. Cukuroglu is currently working with rail operators, mining companies, manufacturers, banks, fleet operators and delivery partners in Asia-Pacific to enable their machine-learning and predictive-analytics strategies.
  • Сессия 2 - Инновационные технологии Outotec для переработки полезных ископаемых
    Сессия 2 - Инновационные технологии Outotec для переработки полезных ископаемых
    Валерий Астахов, Николай Польшин, Юрий Белобородько Apr 4 2019 7:45 am UTC 135 mins
    Компания Outotec входит в число крупнейших мировых поставщиков технологических разработок, производственных решений, оборудования и сервисных услуг для горнодобывающей отрасли.
    На онлайн-конференции мы расскажем о некоторых успешных проектах, реализованных в России и в мире, а также новых разработках Outotec, которые уже успешно используются на обогатительных фабриках в других странах мира, помогая нашим заказчикам создавать экологически эффективные предприятия.
  • Blockchain: Worldwide Technology Market Update and Spending Outlook
    Blockchain: Worldwide Technology Market Update and Spending Outlook
    Stacey Soohoo, Research Manager and James Wester, Research Director Apr 4 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The future of blockchain remains promising as enterprises move along their digital transformation journeys and look to blockchain to gain a competitive advantage. End users will realize the long-term value this new and innovative technology holds, building upon their existing technology infrastructure and also layering on new and emerging technology to create a complete ecosystem. In this webinar, we will share market insights on expectations about technology adoption from the field and key insights on the spending landscape for key blockchain use cases and trends.
  • Engineering Design Validation Made Simpler: Knovel & Autodesk Inventor
    Engineering Design Validation Made Simpler: Knovel & Autodesk Inventor
    Matteo Caligaris Apr 10 2019 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Design & development are among the most critical phases in the engineering work cycle. In order to optimally prepare for scale-up and manufacturing, engineers need to test & validate their design ideas in a CAD environment backed by trustworthy data & information.

    Join us to discover how Knovel & Autodesk Inventor can help engineers modify or enhance their proprietary designs quickly in order to reduce design costs and accelerate time to market.

    Our speaker, Matteo Caligaris, will share several examples of how engineers have used Knovel to improve their designs. Then, he will show how the new Knovel for Autodesk Inventor plug-in can make the journey more efficient.
  • Growth Opportunities for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics
    Growth Opportunities for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics
    Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, Frost & Sullivan Apr 11 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    There are several cutting-edge companies already present in the market that have introduced their digital platform/architecture for transitioning to a digital grid. However, the industry currently does not have a clear market leader. The presence of unstructured data is creating a tremendous opportunity for the industry to take a market leader position for creating and innovating tools that will help utilities make the smooth transition to a fully digital grid through analytics.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, for the webinar: Growth Opportunities and Challenges for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics. Learn what type of data analytic solutions are gaining the most traction along with market growth projections by region for smart grid analytics.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Gain in-depth market perspective on what the future holds for smart grid analytics
    • Growing data complexity, concern for cybersecurity breaches, and lack of in-house expertise will encourage utilities to explore cloud-based and x-as-a-service offerings
    • Discover why the industry needs to invest in and embrace smart grid analytics
  • Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Apr 23 2019 7:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market: Gaining Advantage through Innovative Energy Sourcing Options



    Large corporations around the world are sourcing renewable energy for self-consumption. Companies are becoming part of prestigious groups to source renewable electricity.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, as he discusses the sourcing methods adopted by corporations across the world to procure renewable energy and how this trend is expected to grow in the future.

    Questions this Session Will Answer:

    · How has the corporate renewable purchase evolved over the years?
    · What are the drivers and barriers for renewable energy purchase at a global level?
    · Who are the major corporate renewable energy purchasers and their renewable energy targets?
    · What are the sourcing methods adopted and the risks involved?
  • Socio-economic impacts of coal power and mining in major coal using economies
    Socio-economic impacts of coal power and mining in major coal using economies
    Paul Baruya Apr 24 2019 11:00 am UTC 45 mins
    The webinar explores the direct and indirect effects of coal-fired power generation. It summarises a report that looks at these impacts with respect to employment and the supply of reliable power generation, especially at a time of uncertainty for many coal communities and economies around the world today.
  • Modularisation of coal-fired power plants in the 21st century
    Modularisation of coal-fired power plants in the 21st century
    Dr Stephen Mills May 22 2019 11:00 am UTC 45 mins
    ‘Modularisation’ refers to the design and production of standardised components or systems that can be arranged or fitted together in a variety of ways. It can be used to reduce costs, improve quality, and speed up construction. The webinar explores the use of modularisation in the development and construction of modern coal-fired power plants and looks at its potential.