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Automating your network using AI and ML: rapidly improving business operations

· Examining how you could quickly improve your network utilising AI

· What implementation problems could you encounter and how should you deal with them?

· Designing a network for the future of work and potential future shocks

· Case studies: How has this been done well and what can you learn?

Catch up on this session from our Tech Predictions Mini Summit, an event primed to help your organisation prepare for rapid digital transformation.
Recorded Feb 16 2021 47 mins
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Jamie Pitchforth, Juniper Networks; Jan Alexa, IDC; Mitch Davis, Dartmouth College
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    Recent conversation in the media reignited the push to return to the office, with some political figures believing that workers must go back to their desks if they want to get on in their careers. But the world that once was is now long gone. Businesses know that they are capable of thriving wherever employees are working from, and employees don’t need to be in the office to get ahead.

    It was technology that allowed us to work remotely and remain connected to one another during the biggest workplace experiment in history. And it will be technology that helps companies and their workers in a hybrid world. But how do you get the most out of such technologies? How will organisations use tech to ensure equality of experience between employees in the office and employees at home?

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    Organisations are only now realising the critical importance of data and beginning to make long term investments, but what should your data analytics strategy be over the next 5 years? Where should you invest? Join Ming Tang and Ian Conduit in this session to tackle these topics and more.

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    For companies driven to be digital, the success of transformation now hinges on IT Operations Management. If IT teams want to move operations forward and improve efficiency, they need to know where to begin.

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    - Staff opinion versus business needs: what should come first?
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    - To what extent will security be an issue when some teams are at home and some in the office?
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    - Never overlook the basics: Stop opening the back door for attackers
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  • Stability, agility or growth: Where do you need to invest next in your network? Recorded: May 26 2021 47 mins
    Simon Pamplin, Aruba; Tom Bragg, KPMG; Jon Burt, Greater Manchester Combined Authority; Natasha Taylor, DTX
    - Understanding your core network priorities: Do you want to minimise disruption or increase innovation?
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    Lisa Forte, Red Goat Security; John Graham-Cumming, Cloudflare; Javaad Malik, KnowBe4; Holly Grace Williams, Akimbo Core
    - What are the psychological dynamics of cybersecurity? How to stop your people from being caught out
    - Understand why people are still not reporting security incidents
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    Samantha Humphries, Exabeam; Martin Borrett, IBM Security EMEA; Jean Carlos, Nomad Foods
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    Catch up on this session from our Tech Predictions Mini Summit, an event primed to help your organisation prepare for rapid digital transformation.
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    Catch up on this session from our Tech Predictions Mini Summit, an event primed to help your organisation prepare for rapid digital transformation.
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