Sharda Kumari, Engineering Leader at Airbnb, Meenakshi Jindal, Staff Software Engineer at Netflix, and Virginia Mayo, Distinguished Engineer Security & Resiliency at Kyndryl, along with many more speakers will bring their unique perspectives on the importance of cloud technologies during the rise of hybrid, AI, and data security needs. Together they possess leadership roles at Airbnb, Netflix, IBM, Salesforce, Wells Fargo, Teradata, and Kyndryl.
Attend the Women in Tech Global Conference 2023 and meet experts in Cloud Computing and many more!
When: May 9-12, 2023
Where: Women in Tech Global Conference 2023
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“It is so rewarding to harness the power of technology to generate employment opportunities and alleviate the consequences of displacement. CRM software can be used for refugee management enables the enhancement of refugee admissions, records management, resettlement, and reintroduction into the workforce.”, shares Sharda Kumari. Her session will dive deep in the value cloud technologies in challenging times and ways to ensure the consistent and secure management of refugee cases by adopting cloud-based CRM systems.
Meenakshi Jindal who will explain how to manage Cloud migration properly, so costs do not spiral out says: “Cloud platforms provide us the flexibility to build scalable and reliable services with minimum infrastructure setup and management cost.”.
Virginia Mayo will reveal the most frequently used skills needed today, up-and-coming skills that will be needed in the near future for data and analytics specialists. “The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of companies; investments in cloud, AI, and automation are at an all-time high”, underlines Virginia.
- Why business leadership has to be more agile?
- Why is SLO (service level objectives) so important for businesses expected availability, security, and performance?
- How to harness the power of technology for good causes?