Chief Disruptor Live Virtual (UK)

 04 Nov 2020 - Online

  08:00 - 15:00 GMT

We are happy to be participating in the Chief Disruptor Live Virtual Summit as a sponsor. If you're curious about data virtualization, it's the perfect opportunity! We will be talking about its use cases as well as customer stories and the benefits of using this technology. Don't hesitate to connect with us and join our Masterclass session 'Restructuring Data Strategy' at 8.30 am on 4th November. We'll also be leading a discussion on how organisations can build a business-enabling strategy and of course be there to answer your questions!


Time: 8.30 am on 4th November

Keynote Speakers: Harriet Rees, Head of Data Science from Starling Bank; Paul Moxon, Chief Evangelist and SVP of Data Architectures, Denodo

Session Information

As markets shift and business landscapes change quickly, organisations need fast and accurate data to facilitate rapid response and improve processes. However, becoming data-driven requires a whole business effort and many organisations are not positioned or prepared to enact long-term change.

We examine how the newest data technologies and methods can play a key role in driving business results and solutions to data access and delivery. From enabling cloud migration benefits, empowering business users to answer critical questions, and ensuring better governance and security throughout the data process, we explore how to reposition your data strategy for the long-term.


You will learn:

  • What are the common barriers to effective and accurate data delivery?
  • What are the key components to building a modern data science architecture, and what are the best practices for implementing them?
  • How can data virtualization enable key business projects, such as digital transformation  and cloud migration?
  • How can you ensure that your data strategy can support and deliver key business outcomes?
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