Climbing the Ladder to Cloud Success

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Panelists from: Hitachi Vantara Federal, HEAL Software Inc., Humana, Bambucluster, and Ghostwriter AI

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The open nature of the cloud provides countless value opportunities for businesses, but this can also make it challenging to know where to start. This is especially true when managing the big data stored within, a market that Statista forecasts will grow in value to $103 billion by 2027. Everyone knows that harnessing this data will yield important business insights yet, according to research by NewVantage Partners, fewer than 1 in 4 companies have built a “data-driven organization” in 2021. The winners will be the companies who figure out how to bridge that gap between data in the cloud and success on the ground. To achieve that, it’s critical to establish — and follow — a ladder of actions that will simplify data management. Join this panel of experts as they outline the key rings of cloud data management and identify likely missteps: -How to collect the right data points and store them securely -The importance of organizing data and using APIs to ensure access for all relevant users and use cases -Deploying automation and AI to draw meaningful, actionable insights — and fast -Why data analysis must be built into the decision making process for real rewards Moderator: Pragyansmita Nayak, Ph.D., Chief Data Scientist at Hitachi Vantara Federal Panelists: MuckAI Girish, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at HEAL Software Inc. Partha Chakraborty, AVP - Head of Cloud Security at Humana Srinivasan Ramaswamy, Co-Founder & CEO at Bambucluster Mauro Bennici, CTO at Ghostwriter AI

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