At IBM Think in New York, you heard how leading enterprises are accelerating their digital transformation by putting data and AI to work on the cloud for smarter business. The day featured IBM clients and other subject matter experts sharing topics including cloud strategy and to how to become more client centric by optimizing digital experiences for your customers. Janine Sneed, VP of IBM Hybrid Cloud, shared the four steps to making your data ready for AI — applying machine learning everywhere, scaling your insights on demand, building a trusted analytics foundation, and making your data simple and accessible on IBM Cloud public and private cloud platforms.
You saw a demonstration of how IBM Cloud Private for Data can accelerate your journey to AI, and help you become a data-driven organization. And Author Erik Qualman wrapped up the general session sharing five elements of digital leadership, challenging the audience to find a balance between online and offline – and to contemplate the digital legacy that each of us will leave behind. You had the opportunity to dive deeper into cloud, data and the financial industry and to network with peers in your industry and IBM executives to gain unique insights for your business.
We hope that the experience gave you the tools, and expertise you need to accelerate your digital transformation, and help you become the disruptor in your industry.
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