Gabe Perez, General Manager of Power Applications at Coupa Software, discussed machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and peer data and how they can drive community intelligence during his presentation to Argyle's CFO membership at the 2018 Financial Leadership Forum in San Francisco on February 14.
Mike Murray, Vice President of Security Intelligence at Lookout, examined advanced persistent threats (APTs) and their impact on today's organizations during his presentation to Argyle's CISO membership at the 2017 Chief Information Security Officer Leadership Forum in Los Angeles on November 9.
Daniel Zelem, Chief Technology Officer, Johnson & Johnson, examined the link between health and technology in his keynote presentation at the 2017 Technology Innovation in Healthcare Forum on April 25 in New York City.
Avinash Shetty, Director of Product Management at Nutanix, described why and when to move to the Cloud.
David Moore, Principal at Deloitte Digital, discussed how the Cloud provides opportunities to drive customer engagement, streamline financial operations, provide predictive analytics, and enhance security.
Rajan Kapoor, Senior Manager for Trust and Security at Dropbox, stressed the importance of usable, universally adoptable, services for long-term enterprise security.
"Think about this. You don’t own those devices as a company. You're not buying them, you're not necessarily controlling them, but your users expect to use them. ... The leadership teams want to use their tablets or their smart phones from the golf course or from their field engagements, from their home, whatever, and that of course creates a lot of security impact and it has a lot of security implications."
"We’re not looking to outsource at AIG. We’ve spent multi-millions of dollars to rebuild our data centers. What we found is just improving the processes helped us become more agile."
"It’s not really optional. You’ve really got to figure out how to embrace [the cloud] from a technical and value point of view but also you have to remember the people side of this. We’re being challenged to remain relevant."