Webcast - Data governance and IBM System z – Your key to business optimization
August 20th, 2009

September 29th 

The pressure's on and it's staying on. How well you manage your data and deliver it can make the difference between business success or failure.


The usage, sharing and processing of electronic data continues to rapidly increase, yet many corporations still complain about being data rich but information poor. C-level executives are just not confident about the quality of information being used to support the decision-making process. Set against this backdrop CEOs are facing increasing pressure and focus to comply with more industry, legal and financial regulations. Who is using my data, how is it being used, where is it going, how accurate is it? These are all questions that keep IT and line-of-business executives awake at night.

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Join Triton & IBM for this complimentary webcast and learn how IBM data governance and its entry points can help optimize your business by helping to lower costs, manage risk and increase your profitability - while creating deeper business insight, enabling business growth and competitive advantage.

In this webcast, we will focus on these three key data governance disciplines as a way of achieving better business outcomes:

• Information quality as a means of better understanding the customer and creating more up-sell opportunities
• Lifecycle management of your information from capture to archive and deletion
• Information protection inside and outside of the organization, and how to help lower risk and stay compliant. 

There will be a live q&a session after the webcast.

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Speakers:

Mark Simmonds, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Information Management division, System z software SOA, Data Governance

Merv Adrian, Independent Analyst


Broadcast date: September 29, 2009, 3pm UK

Developed for: IT architects, enterprise architects, IT managers, industry solution analysts and managers, database administrators and managers, IT operations managers, security officers, and IT finance officers and auditors