03 Dec HOW DATA MANAGEMENT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS & IT SECURITY FUTURISTS SEE THE FIELD CHANGING
Cybersecurity’s top data management keynote speakers and consulting futurists have a busy couple years ahead. As technology continues evolving at a breakneck pace, information innovators are predicting significant new trends in how organizations will capture, organize, analyze, and extract value from enterprise data over the next two years.
“Companies have more data than ever before, but many still struggle to connect insights across all these data silos,” explained Robert Hanson, CIO of Analytics Insight and a data management keynote speaker, during his presentation at the Data Masters Conference. “In 2024, utilizing metadata to provide context around various data sets will become central for stitching everything together into shareable, actionable knowledge.”
Meanwhile, data management keynote speaker Amy Chu, Chief Data Officer at DataTech Corporation, expects to see artificial intelligence and machine learning permeating deeper across data operations. “Tasks like data entry, classification, quality checks, and more are prime for further automation using AI. By 2025, I anticipate at least half of enterprise data management functions having integrated smart, self-learning algorithms capable of continually improving and adapting.”
Harnessing unstructured data is also poised for innovation. “Unstructured data represents information that doesn’t fit as neatly into rows and columns, like call center voice recordings, videos, emails, instant messages, and more,” notes Michelle Park, Director of Data Analytics and one of the data management keynote speakers at Visionary Insights. “New speech-to-text transcription capabilities leveraging natural language processing will unlock unstructured data. By 2025, I predict over 75% of previously ‘trapped’ unstructured data being aggregated into searchable enterprise systems.”
As data volumes grow exponentially across structured databases, unstructured content systems, and all stages in between, the field’s best data management keynote speakers anticipate machine learning, smart analytics, and automated processes becoming instrumental for organizations to truly capitalize on data’s invaluable role for driving decisions, actions, and outcomes. Companies not actively transitioning to more intelligent data management risk losing competitive footing in crowded marketplaces filled with data-driven rivals. With the stakes higher than ever before, all industry experts’ eyes remain fixed as data management keynote speakers on the horizon waiting to see the next big wave of innovation for managing and realizing information’s full potential.