15 Nov THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY, ANALYTICS, AND DATA MANAGEMENT
As technology keynote speakers and thought leaders, we’re often asked to consider the shape of future trends and emerging developments. Just a few recent subjects we’ve been tasked with exploring and considering can be found below. For more information on content marketing and thought leadership services re: technology, cloud computing, online privacy, cybersecurity, and mobile or online applications, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Rethinking Cloud and Online Security: Defending the Distributed Enterprise − Always monitoring; always testing; always maintaining network visibility − tomorrow’s security response posture has to be active, engaged, and anticipatory. Likewise, staff must be kept well-trained, up-to-date, and informed as to actual response and recovery plans, and actively engaged with role-playing and scenario-based learning exercises. It’s important to explore what it takes to defend an increasingly virtualized and distributed organization.
IT and Security Training is Broken – Here’s How to Fix It − Attention spans are shorter than ever, even as we’re being asked to absorb more information and keep up with more new emerging technologies and business trends than ever − but training and education haven’t adapted to match. We recently announced a new training model we call POP FUTURE: Which makes subjects like cybersecurity, data privacy, and leadership/innovation principles more fun, fast, and simple to learn and comprehend. Noting this, it’s important to consider how leaders can use tools like animations, short-form videos, cartoons, infographics, and more to make what are often dry and boring topics far more approachable and easy for everyday audiences to understand − and in record time.
Bringing the C-Suite Up to Speed on Technology, Analytics, and Data Management − Data is the lifeblood of any modern organization; AI and analytics tools are now basic table stakes; and maintaining visibility into where sensitive information resides in your organization (and how to best use it to drive meaningful business outcomes) is critical. So how can you help senior leaders recognize the importance of technology going forward – i.e. it’s less of a tool, more of a vital backbone – and get them up to speed on new developments faster? We were asked to offer a crash course in how to become more tech literate.