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Tuesday, November 19 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Rethinking Enterprise Data Management Strategies

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Most companies are still struggling with poor data management which will compromise business advantage and impose high IT costs. Now executives are pushing for AI, Machine Learning, IoT, Blockchain, Big Data and Hybrid Cloud environments as the norm, while organizations continue to address cultural transformation, cyber-security and maximizing existing resources. Data should be the center of any business decision. New data ingestion, architectures, digital transformation, data management, data governance, approaches to data virtualization and integration of new technologies are being implemented in organizations. Join us to gain insight as leading Data Leaders share their vision and experiences in meeting their data management strategies and challenges in 2019 and beyond.

Speakers
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Maheshwar Dattatri

Sr Architect (Analytics and Cloud), Dell Software Product Group
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Camron Malik

CIO/VP IT, Texas Windstorm Insurance Association
Camron Malik is the Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology for Texas Windstorm Insurance Association and Texas FAIR Plan Association.Prior to joining the Associations, Camron held leadership positions in systems development, quality, and technology... Read More →
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Lance Lambert

Director, Enterprise Business Intelligence, NXP Semiconductor, Inc.
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George Trujiilo

Master Principal Enterprise Architect - Data Management Strategy, Oracle Corporation
George Trujillo is a technology leader, recognized international speaker and author in the big data, cloud and data management space. George has held positions as a VP of Big Data, Managing Director of Big Data, Director of Big Data Global Enablement, Master Principal Big Data Specialist... Read More →


Tuesday November 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 14

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