Opportunity, challenge, promise?

Webinar There are endless anecdotes about the uses and abuses of information which suggest its acquisition awards power. And perhaps nowhere is this more relevant than in the field of enterprise IT, where artificial intelligence (AI) is already turbo-charging the value of data.

Government, energy, manufacturing, education, sciences, financial services - you name it. The increasing volume and diversity of data now being collected brings its own rewards. But does this fast-moving information slipstream require more analytics at the edge, combined with the assurance of security and compliance in cloud-like deployments with consumption-based pricing to get the best out of its deployment.

That's the question we'll be ruminating in our webinar "AI is upending enterprise IT" on 28 March, 5pm BST/9am PDT/12pm EDT when The Reg's Tim Phillips and Dr James Coomer from DDN will look at the state of the AI data landscape as it is now and consider what might be coming next. Together they will consider how AI demands a different approach to data, examine the innovations that will democratize data access, and ponder how to navigate this changing landscape.

The demands on the data storage industry are profound in the race to meet customer needs, and there's no crystal ball to predict how different Enterprise IT might look in the future. But fortunately, expert help is on hand.

Sign up to the webinar here and we'll get an automated AI chatbot to send you a reminder.

Sponsored by DDN.

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