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Companies and consumers continue to embrace the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution and the incredible impact it has had on businesses and lifestyles across the globe. With an estimated 50 Billion+ connected devices by 2020 (according to Cisco), how will all this data be accommodated once connected to the Internet? Some of the answers lie within data centers. The modern-day data center must be aptly equipped to increase its capacity by increasing data pipes and the density of servers to best utilize existing resources. Data centers will also be required to be more efficient and self-directed to maintain the highest standards of uptime and reliability. CIOs will need to carefully examine their data center strategy, ensuring it provides the flexibility, scalability, security, availability and connectivity that IoT demands. This Virtual CEO Roundtable will review how data centers are leading the charge on IoT, and what opportunities and challenges lie ahead for the industry.Find out more
Enterprise communications and collaboration decision-makers face daunting new challenges: Emerging technologies like the Cloud, Team Collaboration and Speech Technologies promise to disrupt the environment, while end users and customers continue to demand new tools and media. One event provides you with the in-depth, objective, vendor-neutral expertise you need: Enterprise Connect Orlando.Find out more
IT and business are changing faster than ever before. That's why IT Roadmap is focusing on Powering the Agile Enterprise in 2018. Join us for this provocative one-day event, where we'll look at the latest approaches to help you make IT more responsive, nimble, and robust.Find out more
It’s no secret that cybersecurity is a growing headache for Wall Street firms. Even with world-class talent, state-of-the-art automation, and best practices, attackers find a way in. And in fact, the attackers may already be inside, infecting endpoints, workloads, services and physical devices that are operating below the radar of conventional security operations.
This seminar provides an overview of the most critical threats facing Wall Street firms today, and zeros in on the blind spots that even the best organizations often have. It covers the next-generation architectures that leading-edge organizations are increasingly adopting to deliver defense-in-depth in a zero-trust environment. It addresses the critical bellwether cybersecurity technologies—including advanced endpoint security, IoT security, analytics, and machine learning–and how to deploy them effectively. Finally, it covers some of the legal and financial moves you can make to reduce risk, such as what to look for (and what to avoid) in a cybersecurity insurance offering. You’ll come away with an actionable plan for accelerating your security initiative and providing best-in-breed protection.Find out more
The challenges of Enterprise Data Management have become more complex with the confluence of many factors – unstructured data, cloud adoption, exponential data growth, evolving global regulatory landscape and the potential of Data Analytics as a source of competitive advantage. As data rapidly becomes more distributed and grows in volumes, organizations and solutions providers have to rethink data integration, migration, warehousing, governance, security, and quality.
The rewards of doing this right are high and the risk of not fully understanding the complexity and adapting to the daunting challenges is immense. This combined seminar and panel will cover the present and future challenges that Data Management practitioners face and how to approach this critical enterprise function.Find out more
IT professionals need to respond quickly and effectively to demands from customers, businesses and partners. They must also manage an ever-growing portfolio of digital labor and automation, provide ongoing innovation, and leverage machine learning and instrument feedback loops for continuous improvement.
How can they do all this while:
Regulating and governing a complex organization?
Sunsetting legacy services and reducing technical debt?
Incentivizing millennial developers?
Creating multi-modal business adoption frameworks using FinTechs, micro-services, open source software, cloud services and granular access management?
Choosing, onboarding, and commoditizing an ever-changing portfolio of services and tools, while ensuring continual compliance?
The answer is a solid enterprise architecture.
But yesterday’s ivory-tower enterprise architecture isn’t suited for today’s dynamic environment. This seminar focuses on how a lean, yet defined, enterprise architecture can enable Wall St. firms to compete at ever-accelerating paces, and quickly winnow through the plethora of emerging technologies to select and deploy the ones that will enable organizations to scale to meet tomorrow’s expectations.Find out more
Citigroup’s former leader Vikram Pandit predicts that FinTech will reduce the number of banking jobs by 30% over the next 5 years. How will you and your team be affected?
Advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, and natural language will streamline and accelerate back-office functions. Virtual cards and digital payment technologies are already revolutionizing consumer finance. And everyone’s aware of the threats and promises of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, along with Blockchain-based distributed ledger technologies.
But what does this all mean, practically speaking, for financial services technology professionals? At this WSTA panel session of leading FinTech vendors and users you’ll join a spirited discussion and debate that focuses on the near- and medium-term impacts of FinTech innovation. You’ll come away with a new appreciation for how these technologies come together to frame future opportunities. And best of all, you’ll walk out with a clear understanding of what you should do to ensure that you’ll thrive in this brave new world.
Attendees will learn:
What are the top five FinTech technologies I should understand, and why?
What’s the current state of deployment in financial services firms today, and how will that evolve?
What should we do as an industry, and as individuals, to keep these technologies from opening up unprecedented security risks?
How can technology professionals adapt their roles and skills to take advantage of the opportunities that FinTech brings?
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