Sponsored by ScienceLogic
October 31, 2018
1 PM ET
IT operations is complex. And it generates a ton of data. So much data, that it can quickly overwhelm your IT Operations team’s ability to process it. Is more data really better? Or is it noise that inhibits action? While Machine Learning promises to make sense of it all, it requires complete, accurate, and unfragmented data. Otherwise, the old adage “Garbage in, Garbage out” prevails.
Attend this webinar and hear from Charles Araujo, Principal Analyst at Intellyx and Leslie Minnix-Wolfe, Senior Director, Product Marketing at ScienceLogic as they discuss how you can:
- Transform your IT operations from the back-office to business catalyst
- Apply context to solve IT’s noise problem
- Leverage Machine Learning WITH context to conquer the ever-increasing complexity of IT
Leslie Minnix-Wolfe, Senior Director, Product Marketing, ScienceLogic
Leslie Minnix-Wolfe is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at ScienceLogic responsible for promoting successful adoption of ScienceLogic in the Enterprise market. Minnix-Wolfe has more than 30 years of diverse product development, management, and marketing experience primarily in the IT Operations Management domain; with a broad base of experience, especially in the areas of Cloud and Enterprise Operations, Performance and Capacity Management, Business Service Management, and Predictive Analytics. She previously held senior product development, management and marketing positions at several high-tech enterprise software companies and start-ups, including BMC Software, Netuitive, Managed Objects (Micro Focus - Novell), Entevo (Symantec), Ellucian, and GRCI (AT&T Government solutions). Leslie holds a BS in Math/Computer Science from the College of William and Mary.
Principal Analyst with Intellyx
Charles Araujo is an industry analyst, internationally recognized authority on the Digital Enterprise and author of The Quantum Age of IT: Why Everything You Know About IT is About to Change. As Principal Analyst with Intellyx, he writes, speaks and advises organizations on how to navigate through this time of disruption. He is also the founder of The Institute for Digital Transformation and a sought after keynote speaker. He is a regular contributor to CIO.com and has been quoted or published in Time, InformationWeek, CIO Insight, NetworkWorld Computerworld, USA Today, and Forbes.