The term ‘digital transformation’ may be the buzzword of all buzzwords. It is used to sell every type of technology imaginable. From mainframes to voice systems, and everything in between, marketers have connected everything to this magical term. And in the process, they may have killed it. As an enterprise leader, it’s essential that you separate the fact from the fiction and the hype from the reality when it comes to leading your organization into the future. In this thought-provoking and insightful session, industry analyst, author and professional speaker Charles Araujo will share what he thinks about all the digital transformation buzz and, most importantly, what you should be watching, exploring and employing as you move forward.
Evolution: Hear insights from non- Logistics industries on where they see the role of the CIO changing. Business Objectives: Practical insights to presenting to the Board of Directors in order to synthesise technology and innovation needs with evolving business objectives. Develop Skills: Listen to how you can evolve your skills to meet the requirements of today and tomorrow, and how to build a blueprint for the growth of your team.
IT operations is complex. And it generates a ton of data. So much data, that it can quickly overwhelm your IT Operations team’s ability to process it. Is more data really better? Or is it noise that inhibits action? While Machine Learning promises to make sense of it all, it requires complete, accurate, and unfragmented data. Otherwise, the old adage “Garbage in, Garbage out” prevails. Attend this webinar and hear from Charles Araujo, Principal Analyst at Intellyx and Leslie Minnix-Wolfe, Senior Director, Product Marketing at ScienceLogic as they discuss how you can: Transform your IT operations from the back-office to business catalyst Apply context to solve IT’s noise problem Leverage Machine Learning WITH context to conquer the ever-increasing complexity of IT
The world of IT has changed, is still changing and doesn’t show any signs of letting up. But this constant transformation is bigger than just IT as the very nature of organizations and how they use technology is changing before our eyes. This has led even the most ardent service management proponents to question the relevance of ITSM and even IT itself in this time of fundamental change. In this unique “fireside chat,” best-selling author, industry analyst and CIO.com contributor Charles Araujo will share stories of our journey to this point, the impact of emerging technologies and management approaches on the IT function and ITSM profession, and how to successfully take yourself and your organization into this uncharted (but also unbridled) future.