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NYS Forum - Return to the Workplace - Splunk
Webinar Only
Albany, NY
Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM EDT
Category: Forum Events

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Every organization needs its own plan for the future. That plan must consider the context of local practices, policies and progress against the disease, as well as the specific needs of the organization. Addressing all of these challenges starts with data. Investigating and analyzing available data, from within and outside the organization, can help leaders devise the most effective strategies for their facilities and teams based on cold, hard facts. Data can reveal how workers and customers are truly engaging and can monitor work routines and productivity, all critical elements for adjusting to the new nature of work. These strategies have to solve for more than simply bringing back necessary workers as safely and as soon as possible. To be effective, they must be agile to allow for quick response to renewed outbreaks of COVID-19 and they must build greater resilience for other large-scale disruptions. This session will offer some fundamental starting points to harness your data for the best strategies for bringing people back to work and continuing to build a more resilient organization.

Speaker
Juliana Vida, Splunk

Juliana Vida is the Chief Technical Advisor – Public Sector at Splunk, Inc. She provides guidance, direction and thought leadership around Splunk’s data capabilities. Before entering commercial industry as an executive leader, she served honorably for 24 years in the United States Navy as a dual-qualified Surface Warfare Officer and Naval Aviator. Juliana held senior leadership roles in the Pentagon, culminating in serving as the Navy’s Deputy CIO. Prior to joining Splunk, Juliana was a Vice President in Gartner Executive Programs. A 1994 graduate of the US Naval Academy, Juliana is a Special Advisor to the Washington Cyber Roundtable, and a current member of Women in Technology and Women in Defense.