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IoT, AI & The Drive to Innovate

Hear about the importance of data, IoT and the foundations of AI
Recorded Aug 19 2019 28 mins
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Kim Naess, Lead Analytics Architect EMEA, Hitachi Vantara
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    In this webinar, we will highlight benefits reported by interviewed organizations:

    • Faster-than-expected migration completion, saving time and costs
    • Application modernization services that enabled improvements in cloud resource utilization and reduce cloud subscription costs
    • Ongoing management services help reduce organization resource needs and save additional cloud subscription fees
    • New opportunities that modernized applications can enable for the business

    *“The Total Economic Impact™ Of Hitachi Vantara Cloud Services: Cloud Migration And Optimization Cost Savings And Business Benefits Enabled By Cloud Migration Services, Cloud Application Modernization Services, And Managed Cloud Services From Hitachi Vantara,” a November 2019 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Hitachi Vantara.
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    Sean Owens, Principal Consultant, TEI, Forrester Consulting & Gary Breder, Dir of Product Mktg, Cloud Solutions and Services
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    This webinar is an abridged version of the full Forrester TEI study which looked at a three-year analysis period. It will guide attendees through the Forrester TEI methodology and how it was used to derive the study results based on the interviews with customers that have leveraged one or more Hitachi Vantara cloud services.

    In this webinar, we will highlight benefits reported by interviewed organizations:

    • Faster-than-expected migration completion, saving time and costs
    • Application modernization services that enabled improvements in cloud resource utilization and reduce cloud subscription costs
    • Ongoing management services help reduce organization resource needs and save additional cloud subscription fees
    • New opportunities that modernized applications can enable for the business

    *“The Total Economic Impact™ Of Hitachi Vantara Cloud Services: Cloud Migration And Optimization Cost Savings And Business Benefits Enabled By Cloud Migration Services, Cloud Application Modernization Services, And Managed Cloud Services From Hitachi Vantara,” a November 2019 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Hitachi Vantara.
  • Coronavirus: How Technology Can Help Prevent the Next Waves Recorded: May 12 2020 42 mins
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    The COVID-19 coronavirus and the human suffering it has wrought are rapidly changing the way we live and work. In the near term, staying at home and practicing social distancing are vital to ‘flattening the curve’. However, when we do venture out of our homes in the coming months, it is likely that a vaccine for the coronavirus will still be months or even a year or more away. As societies loosen social distancing practices, there is a real possibility we could experience further outbreaks unless the institutions and businesses we rely on do all they can to prevent the further spread of the disease.

    In this webinar we will cover how technology - alongside such continued good practices as hand-washing - could play a vital role in helping to isolate cases and support a targeted approach to quarantine.

    Learn how a layered approach using emerging technologies like 3D lidar, video intelligence, IoT and AI are helping to:

    - Contain the spread of the virus using elevated body temperature sensing alerts

    - Prevent the spread of disease through handwashing verification and social distancing compliance through 3D lidar without personally identifiable information (PII)

    - Report on and comply with policies, using analytics and incident management solutions to provide transparency to employees, customers, and regulators


    Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Hitachi Vantara, LLC does not claim to be able to detect fever, infection, disease or any health or medical condition with these solutions, and none of the technology herein is, nor is claimed to be a medical device. This information is not intended to be medical advice and statements have not been evaluated by the Federal Drug Administration.
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    Engin Cukuroglu, data scientist for Hitachi Vantara’s APAC team, will examine the details of how he helped companies in Asia-Pacific region with large-scale data analytics.

    About our speaker:
    Dr. Engin Cukuroglu is a data scientist at Hitachi Vantara and helps customers in the Asia-Pacific region. He received his B.S. in chemical and biological engineering and has an M.S. and a doctorate in computational science and engineering. His studies primarily focused on large-scale data analytics in protein-protein interactions. After getting his degrees, he analyzed genomics data and developed pipelines for cancer and stem-cell research. His findings have been published in peer-reviewed journals and he has more than 10 years of large-scale data analytics experience.
    Dr. Cukuroglu is currently working with rail operators, mining companies, manufacturers, banks, fleet operators and delivery partners in Asia-Pacific to improve their machine-learning and predictive-analytics strategies.
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    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
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    In part 2 of our Podcast focusing on Data Skills, our panel of experts discuss how data ops processes are vital to accelerating the provision of data for use by different teams - e.g. Finance or HR, vs traditional environments. Why it's vital to separate the confluence of data and technology. Also covered is how, as well as diversifying in terms of skills, data teams are becoming increasingly diverse in terms of personality and expertise, and why that is important to problem solving. Please note - we recommend that you listen to part 1, before listening to this episode.

    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
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    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
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    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
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    Watch also the introduction webinar to learn more about the series: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15913/382721
  • Digital Readiness for Industrial Transformation: Success Lessons from Leaders Recorded: Jan 16 2020 53 mins
    Tom Comstock - Analyst LNS Research and Sath Rao - Director, Product Marketing, Hitachi Vantara
    Companies are going beyond standard practices in Continuous Improvement (CI) as they seek step change improvement in their industrial operations. Join our webcast “Digital Readiness for Industrial Transformation: Success Lessons from Real-World Leaders” to identify the best practices and life lessons for a successful Industrial Transformation (IX) program.

    The webinar is based on a global survey by LNS seeking to understand why the outcomes of IX program vary so widely. There’s a clear distinction between how the Industrial Transformation Leaders (IX Leaders) define and execute IX programs and the rest of the market, the Followers. Among the many differences, IX Leaders are 41% more likely to focus on business and 60% less likely to make “evaluating/testing IIoT and other technologies” a core strategy.

    What you will learn:
    • What IX Leaders are doing differently to achieve transformative outcomes
    • How Industrial Transformation drives Digital Transformation
    • The global state of IX programs
    • Which organization structures and budget constraints emerge among IX programs
    • What technology choices IX leaders make
    • Why legacy Operational Technology (OT) and business systems impact IX programs
    • Five best practices for a successful IX program

    Who should attend:
    • COO
    • Chief digital officer (CDO)
    • VP/director manufacturing
    • VP/director operations
    • VP/director advanced manufacturing
    • CIO
    • VP/director manufacturing IT
    • Industrial Transformation team lead
    • Digital Transformation team lead
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    Caroline Carruthers, Author, Jonathan Bowl, VP Dig. Insights Hitachi Vantara
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    This Webinar introduces the Data at Work podcast series which is your guide to extracting more value from your data. In 12 episodes you can learn how to put data at the heart of your organisation.

    The series is founded on the ideas discussed in "Data Driven Business Transformation: How to Disrupt, Innovate and Stay Ahead of the Competition". A unique take on data transformation, written by Caroline Carruthers and Peter Jackson. You can hear directly from the authors, plus, Hitachi experts and special guests, all sharing their know-how, to get you on the path to data maturity.
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    • Real-life examples of successful edge-to-cloud data strategies, across a range of industries
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    • Empower broad sets of new users with catalogs, self-service data preparation and data governance.
    • Deliver out-of-the-box solutions to data challenges based on contextual metadata knowledge.
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