Data confidence is an abstract notion in most organizations. Yet it is critical in order to make your front line workers trust and act upon big data and analytic insight, as even the most game-changing analytics will have no impact if your team doesn't use them, because they don't trust in the data or the insights. Learn about compelling new research that identifies the critical criteria to measure and score confidence levels in customer data to make better business decisions. You will also learn about a new online tool that provides a fast and easy way for attendees to obtain their score.
View this webinar to learn how to:
- Calculate data confidence and improve the adoption of big data & analytics
- Utilize data confidence scores to align resources to new big data & analytics projects
- Calculate and share data confidence in your big data projects
Moderator: Rodney Brown, Editor, UBM
David Corrigan, Director of Product Marketing, IBM InfoSphere;
Nathaniel Rowe, Research Analyst, Aberdeen Group
Big data won't deliver big benefits to your organization if you don't trust it. Before you can put it to work, you need to find the information you need, understand it and assess its quality, building confidence. Integrating it with other data, consolidating it into a unified view, managing it across its lifecycle, and preserving its privacy and security can help you harness the power of the data for both analytics and ongoing operations.
Join this webcast to learn how other organizations are doing just that with solutions from IBM InfoSphere. You'll get insights into their strategies as well as the practical steps for getting started with integration and governance for all your data.
IFLR Women in Business Law Group members are invited to join a webinar on Speaking with Confidence. Topics include:
• Making an impact
• Connecting with the audience
• Body language and non-verbal cues
• Remaining authentic and credible
• Developing your own voice an style
• Planning and preparation - structuring what you want to say
• Speaking without notes
• Using visuals to maintain interest
• Controlling nerves
Speakers: Tish Clyde, SVP Global Industrial Relations & Employment Counsel, DHL; Caroline Donald, International Chief of Staff, Legal Department, Executive Director & Senior Counsel, Goldman Sachs; Sarah Harper, Vice President, Senior Legal Adviser, Visa Europe; Marianne O'Connor, Associate, Career Savvy Women;
Gemma Varriale, EMEA Editor, IFLR
It has become increasingly important in recent times to improve trust, confidence and transparency in the off-warrant commodities market. This dynamic sector, formed by the interaction of banks, traders, commodity owners and warehouses, expects the assurance that stored inventory actually exists, has proven ownership and is of the expected grade and quality.
Our panel will discuss the need to develop secure and effective tools to manage, transfer and finance commodities, to help mitigate operational risks and unlock new opportunities across the commodity value chain.
- Ms. Andrea Hotter, Special Correspondent, Metal Bulletin [Moderator]
- Mr. Matthew Chamberlain, Head of Business Development, LME
- Mr. Graham Hawkins, Group General Manager, Henry Bath & Son Ltd.
- Mr. Charles Bucknall, Group Managing Director, ACE Warehousing and Logistics Co. Ltd.
- Mr. Mitchel Fowler, Director, Commodities, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking
In today’s increasingly connected digital world, your organization needs to adapt to how employees and customers want to use IT to do business. But to embrace innovative IT with confidence, you must protect against the threats that target people, the applications they use, and the devices and data they access. In this session, we will share how building security into the fabric of your IT infrastructure, together with giving Security Operations the tools to address threats intelligently, will enable you to power your business forward with confidence.Read more >
Service providers are increasingly becoming involved in the deployment of Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) technology to deliver richer forms of unified communication services to more connected users.
Even though WebRTC opens up many great opportunities to extend existing VoLTE, ViLTE, VoWiFi and RCS services while also creating entirely new services to their customers, service providers need to be careful what they wish for. One of the biggest challenge is preparing networks to address interworking of new and extended services in a well-defined standardized approach.
This webinar explores how service providers can maximize their goals by deploying standardized WebRTC services with confidence. Insight is provided on architectural requirements surrounding WebRTC implementation–including networks, devices (WebRTC gateway/SBC) and protocols–to deliver uncompromising network and service performance in today’s highly-competitive environment.
Who Should Attend
Network architects, designers, lab managers and testers from service providers, large enterprises, and manufacturers, press, and analysts looking to understand how to design, build, test and deploy WebRTC services.
Organizations are increasingly turning to container environments to meet the demand for faster, more agile software development. But a 2015 study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Red Hat revealed that 53% of IT operations and development decision makers at global enterprises reported container security concerns as a barrier to adoption.
The challenges of managing security risk increase in scope and complexity when hundreds or even thousands of different open source software components and licenses are part of your application code base. Since 2014, more than 6,000 new open source security vulnerabilities have been reported, making it essential to have good visibility into and control over the open source in use in order to understand if any known vulnerabilities are present.
In this webinar, experts from Red Hat and Black Duck will share the latest insights and recommendations for securing the open source in your containers, including protecting them from vulnerabilities like Heartbleed, Shellshock and Venom. You’ll learn:
• Why container environments present new application security challenges, including those posed by ever-increasing open source use.
• How to scan applications running in containers to identify open source in use and map known open source security vulnerabilities.
• Best practices and methodologies for deploying secure containers with trust and confidence.
Powerful technologies from the core to the edge are enabling new insights and transforming value creation. But these opportunities create new risks and urgently beg for innovative approaches to securing our most precious information. Learn how a new architecture of cloud security expertise, endpoints and apps will enable high-confidence computing and deliver security and privacy anywhere, anytime.Read more >