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With IT budgets remaining the same at best, while data handling and analysis continue to skyrocket, many organisations want to reduce cost and optimise processes associated with data protection, writes Christopher Pestano of Hitachi Data Systems.
With the amount of data the world is generating every day, companies need to inculcate the data-driven culture or perish, industry experts and players argued.
Technology is only an enabler of digital transformation, it is business that needs to drive strategy for organisations, writes Subramanian Iyer of Oracle.
Data will be further embedded into decision-making processes across businesses and industries, writes Daniel Ng of Cloudera.
CFOs need to rethink how they measure the health of their corporations in the digital age.
Cloudera’s Richard Jones dives deeper into how businesses can achieve full value from their data with an enterprise data hub approach.
It may have turned global aviation on its head and disrupted the entire airline industry, but AirAsia Group is essentially an Internet company, its chairman and cofounder Tony Fernandes told the What's Next conference.
Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems looks at the increasing need for enterprises to get CDOs on board, and what the role entails.
Data is a business asset, like money, IP, stock, property or employees; and in dealing with any of these assets, there are legal rights, obligations, regulations and limits, writes Matthew Hunter.