We now live in a world where Financial Services and technology are forever integrated, with the former embracing the changes and improvements that the latter has introduced. Get an inside look at which trends will be shaping the ecosystem in the coming year and which technologies have made significant changes to the current Financial Services landscape.
The digital economy is changing the way businesses operate. Artificial intelligence and automation is also changing the way we work. According to Deloitte 33% of HR Teams are using some form of AI. Many HR tasks are also becoming more automated, for example HR teams can automate benefits and onboarding processes which is more efficient than filling out paperwork. The way we work is fundamentally changing at a rapid pace and organizations need to embrace this change to prepare for the future or work.
From IT Ops teams managing on-premise hardware and servers, to fully-integrated off-premise cloud infrastructures, the transition to cloud ops is in full swing. Although this simplifies workforce, cables, and physical space, it can complicate storage models, managing a mobile infrastructure, and living a hybrid cloud lifestyle. Latency, cost and bandwidth are just a few factors that can impact your business -- tune in to learn more.
As technology and services move outside the internal IT organization and into the Cloud, IT departments still needs to support how employees use these solutions and services. Ultimately, on-premise IT departments are accountable for the quality, performance and availability of services provided to their end users. Join this summit to hear how experts are adapting their service management initiatives and key practices to integrate Cloud based options within their service management models.
The battle for enterprise cloud computing supremacy rages on, with private cloud maintaining its early lead, but hybrid is catching up fast. Yet behind the debate there remains the need to keep your cloud efficient, optimized, useful and compatible with every new technology in this fast moving arena. Join the Private and Hybrid Cloud Summit and industry thought leaders from around the world as they update you on the current debate, the latest trends and the hot topics for adoption so you can get the most from your cloud, be it private or hybrid.
Advancements in technology have enabled buyers and empowered salespeople, but with the abundance of tools available, it is challenging to determine which will provide the highest level of productivity and performance for your team. Attend this summit to hear recommendations from practitioners and thought leaders on tools and strategies that led them to success.
The booming marketing technology landscape is causing substantial changes in demand generation, with marketers everywhere struggling to generate enough quality demand for their sales team.
With 74% of marketers claiming effective demand generation processes grows revenue year-over-year (Forbes), a well-rounded and focused demand generation strategy is a must. Join us to hear the latest from experts as they tackle and solve the toughest challenges marketers are facing today.
The IT landscape is not getting any simpler and the focus on financial management is as important as ever to respond to the increasing pressure of reducing costs. No longer can IT professionals leave this strictly to the finance department - everyone must work together to articulate the value IT brings to the business. Attend this summit to hear from leading experts, analysts and end-users on how to implement, manage and maintain a financial management strategy to better measure the costs of IT.
As auditors take on a more central and strategic role within organizations, there is increasing interaction between the internal audit team and stakeholders. Join this summit and learn from top thought leaders in the field as they share best practices in audit management. Learn about the evolving role of the internal audit, how to keep the hackers away and steps to a continuous audit.
While monitoring systems are crucial for data center management, as many as 42% of IT professionals seldom or never use key performance indicators for energy efficiency, according to the latest study by UBM Tech. Join this summit to learn of the factors responsible for limiting data centers’ capabilities and find out how a comprehensive monitoring system can prevent data centers from underperforming, with tools and strategies to maximize efficiency and reduce energy use.