CLOUD & DATA | TECH IN GOV 2021



Paul Ashcroft, Enterprise Cloud Architect, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications

Nithin Balakrishnan, A/g Manager of the Business Intelligence and Reporting section, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

Tammy Braybrook, Chief Data Officer, IP Australia

Tammy Braybrook |  | IP Australia » speaking at Tech in Gov

Kayelle Drinkwater, General Manager, Data and Policy Design Branch, Analysis and Insight Division, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

Tegan Kop, Emerging Tech Testbed Lead, City of Melbourne

Radi Kovacevic, Chief Information Officer, Department of Home Affairs

Ole Nielsen, Director, Science Computing, Geoscience Australia

Ole Nielsen |  | Geoscience Australia » speaking at Tech in Gov

Chia Tan, Chief Technologist, Accedian

Marcel van Kints, General Manager & Chief Data Officer Data Strategy, Integration and Services Division, Australian Bureau of Statistics

Marcel van Kints |  | Australian Bureau of Statistics » speaking at Tech in Gov
last published: 05/Aug/21 23:55 GMT

Cloud & Data, Thursday 10 February 2022

Tegan Kop
Cloud & Data
10:30

How to leverage emerging technology to solve city problems – City of Melbourne Case Study

  • Action: What are the key activities to harness emerging tech for city and community benefit?
  • Insight: What did we learn and how has it changed what we do next?
  • Next steps: Where to from here?
Tammy Braybrook
Cloud & Data
13:10

Overcoming the barriers that prevent effective data sharing

Kayelle Drinkwater
Cloud & Data
13:50

Dancing with Data─initial steps, growing data capabilities and imbedding data in your organisation

Improving the use of data in your organisation requires multiple skills, Agency Head support and employees who can engage with, and use data well. A fun presentation to hear about engaging with data.
Panel discussion
Nithin Balakrishnan
Cloud & Data
14:30

Formulating a flexible data management plan to support business operations

Organisations are increasingly amassing huge volumes of structured and unstructured data from a variety of sources. To tap into those wealth of data assets, a data management plan is critical. It is even more important that the data management plan is flexible and agile enough to support the ever evolving data, technology and user-base.A flexible data management plan to support a modern data driven organisation’s business operations would need to include
  • Understanding of what data are being created or sourced
  • Establishing appropriate data management practices that are to be used
  • Design and build of appropriate data technology infrastructure and setting up teams to manage them
Radi Kovacevic
Cloud & Data
14:50

Reinforcing core IT systems and accelerating the adoption of newer cloud platforms

last published: 06/Aug/21 00:55

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