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Data Analytics: Maintaining the balance between Compliance, Performance and Access
- Thursday, 22nd October 2020
- 15:55 - 17:00
- Location: Virtual
Working in a cloud environment has raised a number of issues relating to how organisations manage data analytics, particularly those from highly compliant industries. Allowing the right people to have access work with data while maintaining compliance, and also making sure performance isn’t impacted; has never been more important. This session will cover:
- Balancing privacy and security
- Solving your infrastructure performance issues
- Delivering a scalable and agile analytics infrastructure to address unexpected business challenges
- A real-world example of global bank saving $100m+
Bill Bruno, VP North America, D4t4 Solutions
How Data Analytics can transform regulatory compliance?
Heightened regulatory requirements across industries has spurred the creation of vast data sets. Ensuring compliance inevitably creates many challenges for the analytics and IT teams and places a huge burden on legacy IT infrastructure. But the power of data analytics coupled with hybrid cloud is an opportunity to unlock huge benefits for your business and is a prize worth pursuing. Bill is currently the VP of North America for D4t4 Solutions plc, a UK-founded tech company quoted on the London Stock Exchange who have been helping some of the world’s largest banks, insurers, telcos and retailers unlock the true value from all their data assets for over 30 years. Bill was previously the CEO of North America for Ebiquity plc, is a regular conference presenter and widely recognised for his experience and expertise in the media, data and analytics space where he has worked for over 18 years.
Event Chair: Matthew Mossburg, Chief Cloud Architect, AAA Life Insurance Company
Senior IT leader with a winning track record of developing and deploying innovative solutions, reducing costs, improving service levels and facilitating revenue growth. Proven ability to establish, enhance, and lead IT departments and programs. Proven expertise in systems development, data center management, infrastructure operations, and budget control for global organizations. Strong technical background to bridge the gap between technical and business groups. Excellent leadership, problem-solving, presentation, forecasting, and analysis skills.