Hitachi Information Forum
Join us at Hitachi Information Forum on 7th May 2014 where we will be explaining how Business Defined IT can help you extract greater value from your data and build a sustainable path to future success. In particular, we are delighted to welcome the following guest speakers:
Come and hear Myron Hrycyk, CIO at Severn Trent Water as he discusses how mobility is a critical and a central factor to transforming their organisation. Using technology to enable mobility of the workforce, creating the most efficient, productive and responsive workforce. He discusses how they are aligning the technology of enterprise class mobility with the strategic needs of the business.
“Business-savvy CIOs are in a fantastic position to make transformation through mobility happen. Technology was seen as critical to our transformation programme.”
Hear from Ray Ford, Chief Technology Officer at Automotive and Insurance Solutions Group Plc, as he discusses the challenges of how they remain compliant across a number of regulators using a financially sustainable model by architecting their application data properly. Focussing specifically on the changes to call recording technology and claim data storage that has been difficult to manage previously due to the proprietary nature of this sector and slow moving vendors. Legislation has tightened significantly in the last few years with a series of companies being highlighted for lack of data compliance particularly in the financial and insurance sectors. Data growth is still relentless, coupled with declining budgets making high performance storage and retaining for ever not an option. Ray Ford will talk about how Accident Exchange use HDS technology to intelligently and automatically segregate data across tiers whilst still remaining compliant.
Plus, of course, many of Hitachi’s leading experts and senior managers will be sharing their own insights into today’s key information management challenges, and will be on hand throughout the day to discuss your particular needs.
Call us to register on 01189 654 020