Smarter Computing: What’s Next for IT? Video Debate Series

 
 

Join us as top experts debate what really matters when it comes to infrastructure.
The Smarter Computing: What’s Next for IT? Video Debate Series is a series of stimulating debates on cloud, data and security topics that are being discussed daily inside business organizations.

Did you miss October’s debate on open computing? No worries!
The debate on October 29th covered the pros and cons of open computing when it come to cloud, big data and software defined environments. Check out the replay below: 


*All panelists are compensated for their participation.

Don’t have time to watch the whole replay? Watch these short clips:

Why do companies use open systems? Interoperability in your future? Drawbacks to open system software? Open computing pros and cons
Debate #4: Why do companies use open systems? Debate #4: Interoperability in your future? Debate #4: Drawbacks to open system software? Debate #4: Open computing pros and cons

Check out our archive of video clips from past debates:

What’s Next for IT? Debate #3 – Enterprise security

Security as a Service Once You Go Cryptographic Human Error and Weak Points Where Does Hardware Come In? Trust Modules
Debate #3: Security as a Service Debate #3: Once You Go Cryptographic Debate #3: Human Error and Weak Points Debate #3: Where Does Hardware Come In? Debate #3: Trust Modules

What’s Next for IT? Debate #2 – Big data & analytics

Is software the answer? Decisions Infrastructure Spending Fixes
Debate #2: Is software the answer? Debate #2: Decisions Debate #2: Infrastructure Debate #2: Spending Debate #2: Fixes

What’s Next for IT? Debate #1 – Cloud infrastructure

Public surpassing private Infrastructure core components Latency Security and privacy
Debate #1: Public surpassing private Debate #1: Infrastructure core components Debate #1: Latency Debate #1: Security and privacy
 
 

2 Responses to Smarter Computing: What’s Next for IT? Video Debate Series

  1. sharan kalwani says:

    Why don’t we propose a better discipline name instead of data scientists? I would prefer computational scientist….

  2. Ellen Roder says:

    I think the current generation of Web Developers will evolve into a broader Data Strategist role that includes abilities to work with Hadoop and Hive to analyze their organization’s data.

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