Sydney Branch Webinar: Intelligent Data Catalog | 27 October 2020

Start Date
27 October 2020
End Date
27 October 2020
Start Time
12:00 PM AEST
End Time
1:00 PM AEST
Venue
Zoom
Contact Name
DAMA Secreariat
Contact Phone
02 9160 8196
Contact Email
admin@dama.org.au
Max. Attendees
400
Who Can Register?
Anyone


Abstract/Topic

Data Catalogs have evolved from just search and discovery.  This webinar looks at the latest capabilities, i.e. collaboration, crowdsourcing, machine learning, ai and their role to enable Data Culture within an organization.  In addition, we will take a look at how the pandemic has changed the landscape of Data Culture and how the Data Catalog enables that change. Use cases around data discovery and search, data governance, digital transformation and data literacy. The webinar will help educate DAMA members in one of the hottest markets in IT and most complex problems companies have to leverage the information they have to make better informed decisions, avoid non-compliance fines and avoid bad decisions which cost companies millions of dollars.

Speaker Bios

Aaron Kalb - AlationAaron Kalb is the Co-Founder and Chief Data Officer at Alation. As CDO, Aaron promotes curiosity, rationality, data-driven decision-making and data culture within Alation and around the world (through customers and data projects). He leads Alation's data science, analytics, and reporting functions, as well as the Alation University, Information Security and IT. As co-founder he continues to expand, align and inspire a talented team to fulfill the organisation's vision and values.

Raja Perumal - AlationRaja Perumal is the Senior Manager, Business Development at Alation. Raja helps organisations deal with their large amounts of data. By unlocking the clues to the existing value in customer's analytics investments, he utilises the Alation Data Catalog to extend data-driven use cases - effectively creating more value where value already exists. He helps non-IT users better understand the key data sources to plan and scope their archivectural moves.

Registrations for this event will close on Monday, 26 October 2020 at 5.00 PM AEST.

Please note that all registered delegate will receive the login details for the Webinar the day prior to the event.