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April 17, 2020updated 05 May 2020 5:24pm

Intelligent Infrastructure #2: “Infrastructure is Everywhere; So Is Your Data”

How do you get insights into all the unstructured data in your environment?

By CBR Staff Writer

In the second of our four-part sponsored series on intelligent infrastructure, Computer Business Review joins Hitachi Vantara CTO Tom Christensen to talk about breaking down data silos, whilst retaining good governance.

As Christensen puts it bluntly: “What we are talking about when we break down siloes is how we can help a customer get insights into information in all the unstructured data that they have in their environment”

What does that look like in practice? Watch the video below!

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Next up in the Intelligent Infrastructure conversations:

  • One Architecture for Edge to Cloud (22nd April)
  • A change to how customers acquire IT going forward (30th April

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