Wednesday, March 17, 2010
09:30 AM - 10:30 AM
|Location: ||Plaza B|
A 5th grader is only about a decade away from potentially entering the Data Management profession. The pre-teen of today deals with a lot more data – acquiring, creating, integrating, using and sharing – than we did at that age. And they seem pretty savvy about it.
So I went out and interviewed some of them to learn about how they deal with information in their worlds, and compared and contrasted that with current practices in enterprise data integration and management.
Come to this session to find out if their answers are better than your own to deal with the data management challenges of the future:
- Exploding volumes of data – doubles every 18 months
- Fragmentation of data sources, types, origin
- Blurring lines between private and public information
- Multiple real-time access and delivery channels
- Concerns for security, quality, timeliness, cost
- Tradeoffs that must be made – but who makes them and how to maximize business impact
Armed with this perspective, we will also explore what you can do today for your data integration strategy to still be relevant when these youngsters enter the workforce.
Suresh Chandrasekaran is Senior VP, North America at Denodo Technologies, a leader in Data Virtualization software. He is an accomplished and entertaining speaker at conferences on Enterprise Software and Web technologies. Prior to Denodo, Suresh held product management and marketing roles at enterprise infrastructure and Web search companies and was a management consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton. Suresh has an MBA from the University of Michigan.