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pleasure to be back in there enjoy this decision today met with some of you and
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apostles again great to be back what you've heard from from my colleague or
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detain tourists and so far it's just basically about society businesses and
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also individual environments going through some kind of transformation so
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where is the transformation coming from religious shit about its all about the
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use of information to smart use of information technology to do this now
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you got it collected you gotta make it available
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analyze it and redistribute the results of this analysis in order to make sense
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for your life for you business community there are many examples so we're going
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through a transformation we called a transformation social innovation in
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other places they call it
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digitization there are many many different ways of talking about it you
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know multiple injuries are politician or its Internet of Things it's a big data
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analytics padell much more so basically we are going through some transformation
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and as you saw before the market a body is there so how do we gonna get there
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because if the business opportunity exists for companies like you know you
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will benefit from this transformation so we've got transformed to get him and
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this is why you know a big company like the Dutch group is also not just
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motivated about doing innovation for the second of innovation and for our
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business benefit but we're now at an age step industry way we have to innovate
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together this togetherness aspect of innovation is becoming more and more
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important and we have some catching some elements in our industry whether they
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are business-oriented of technology that I don't really triggering those
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requirements for further collaboration you had expertise in your area we have
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expertise in areas why don't we get together you know that's really the idea
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so new models and they are impacting society they are impacting enterprise
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and packing a company like we've got a transport and that's really what we have
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started to do several years ago several years ago you've started to hear such a
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decision about the value of information and why this is important to make it
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available so one of the transformation early signs that we saw in our industry
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he's done a higher degree of penetration of Technology everywhere not just in the
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data center for those of you that the data center business activities
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you're not his death from a long time ago huge transformation and actress
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transmission
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continue in effect it's happening all the time you know you've become more
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agile do more with less you know make get a better return on investment on
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your assets to serve the business from the data center but now technologies
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everywhere
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information is everyone so how do you make Center well you've got to be able
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to collect and make the data available to other environments not just the
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environments where did data and information
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originally
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and that's the real challenge we all have different ways of providing
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information
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different standards different format different applications know how can it
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make sense out of this so by opening up and allowing a better greater access to
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information then we can analyze it better we can be smarter we can innovate
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better at the other day because we can come up with
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maybe new algorithms to understand what information on what they'd assets means
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to you to you in a particular context that context evolved over time some time
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intervals every second chance only every six month every year so the cycles are
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very different from one business to another from one society to another from
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one country to know and therefore it's very important to be agile and obviously
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each industry sector has different rules and and different ways of approaching is
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no industries like I very keen on haiti very early on because they can see the
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benefits reddaway
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through their infrastructure and services layers related today
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structure in other areas maybe their morale in more conservative because the
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impact of innovation is greater on their business so different approaches
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different rules and we have to take this into account that's that's very
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important for us so when we laid out that vision several years ago
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you know we had some hope that data and information
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the real currency for innovation moving fold now what kind of difference is that
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innovation cannot just happen within the he touches you know obviously we're
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going to continue continue to innovate within our portfolio for iit will still
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maintain a very strong presence in a datacenter know that's cool to us but as
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far as you've heard detail and tourists on talking about innovating
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with 84 with information technology outside of this center is going to
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become very very important
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good news for us is that we're not the only one saying this you know this
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notion of social innovation don't need for innovating together it's not just us
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talking about it also market research organizations like Gardner has said
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again and again that the ability to innovate along with key partners is very
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very important and as you can see the role of R&D innovation has bubbled up in
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the past few years now why is that
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well look at the two first point I T is one of the obviously top concerns of
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company from other businesses but also underneath digital capabilities they
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look this is where you know you see a greater penetration of technology
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embedded with your business process with your way of growing your business that's
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that's very important
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know and you know they should should be there to support this you know so that's
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something that is very important and we now see companies interested in
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investing in innovation framework you know calling companies like to
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participate and it's very interesting to see that they are opening and all their
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process to us and we are opening our process to death so it's a mutual
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benefit approach we talking about not just a night he evander coming to you
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and say here's my product you know there's a lot more a lot more we can do
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moving forward so we prepare for this not just from a technology platform
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perspective but also an approach perspective
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talking about innovation is great but it really depends what you want to do with
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it
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you know we come back to this but you might have a different opinion about why
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where innovation matters to your business you know so we've laid out some
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foundations to help collecting information suggesting from you you
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cannot realize maybe some of you do but how important it is to properly ingest
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information when it originally created it opens the door to a world of
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capabilities so having access to the right information being able to search
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that a very large amount of information coming from a lot of diversified sources
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is key so and then you can analyze then you can predict then potentially you can
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be prescriptive about what's going on and then when you understand all these
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cycles maybe you can automate all those analysis capabilities but to do that you
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need to analyze need to understand what you need you know we need to understand
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with you your process and this is where the help of companies like a consulting
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group is also important and this is where some of the initiatives we had
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with services like he does she live inside centre of excellence is a way of
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looking at what do we need to do to innovate on a top of existing
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technologies tax because that's the one of the comments I hear very often you
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guys in innovation wants to wipe out everything and start again from scratch
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there's plenty of innovation ITT insider data centers today we can take we can
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take a look at many technology stocks but it seems to there you know and have
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a look at what else we can do with the existing environment find a new
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algorithm to exploit data in a different way and give you some further insight
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every second every hour every day on data and information obviously we're
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gonna take advantage of what he does she researches doing you've seen some
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examples of how broad their expertise fields are about you know it's it's it's
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great it's great to be able to leverage this from a business perspective because
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with this combined set of expertise we can attack real-world problems it's not
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just I T in the datacenter its I T in the day centre its technology outside a
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datacenter it's a technology inside of process is still innovation about the
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business process not apply to real-world situations you know you've heard it
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healthcare telecom you know it's not just about I T
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it's about understanding the information that matter to you so that's where we
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going I talked about I talked about innovation the broader world called
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talks about open innovation so to summarize open innovation it's taking
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the inside out and bringing some of the outside in
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it means that you cannot think about innovating on your own anymore I mean
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that he touches group has decades more than a hundred years of innovations
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sorry we are the first one to admit that we have to collaborate more the fact
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that we have Centre for Social just a proof point about how important that
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focuses of course we've collaborated with our customers in the past but why
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we have to embrace it much more broadly and there isn't the whole open
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innovation community that is being built out throughout the world look at open
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source open source is one of the most open innovation we get together even
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competitors get together because the AC on mutual benefit
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it's not about boiling at the ocean it's focusing on where it matters and that's
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where
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collaboration can be very important because when we talk about innovation
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you can be easily distracted and going on for two different directions and at
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the end of the day of collaboration becomes meaningless now it's got to be
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focused again it really depends on what you wanna do you know is innovation for
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you something that helps you keeping your business in the right direction or
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are you the kind of company that his number three in its on-field area and
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you want to become number one or number two you need some potentially some
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innovation there you want to be disrupted well innovating for being
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disruptive and innovating for keeping your business on target different things
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you know gotta have two different approach again we want to have multiple
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approaches know whether it's about innovation inside the existing portfolio
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of solutions or its about inventing something else on the top of existing
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technology stacks all looking at problems that are important to you
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within the next two three four five years it took all these innovation
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approaches are can be valuable to you but require different approach and we
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can help you know we have now have programs and people actually that can
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work with your Expert again it's about an exchange is about you know you have
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expertise we have expertise probably different fields let them together and
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let's take advantage of that dynamic that's that's really important of course
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we're not gonna do this in a random fashion got an idea the idea is to focus
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focus focus focus to do that we have various methodologies he I take an
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example of what we do with the center of excellence
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program approach basically we have some work shot we understand your priorities
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you know we experiment honor some of the original ideas we realized as an
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opportunity to roll out something and see what it takes to bring into
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production and then we roll it out and we make it available
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the benefit for you you have something that nobody else has ahead of the game
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yes and we can replicate
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of course you know it requires again and Exchange and that's why open innovation
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in and out and this is what we want to embrace we often talk at Hitachi Data
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Systems about what we've done with that kind of approach with some of the top
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players in Europe you know we've looked at the assets inside their
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infrastructure and we looked at how well could exploit the data sets that are
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available from the infrastructure to develop a new set of services for their
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for their customers such as financial services company are very demanding
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about having a good handle on the network infrastructure in order to
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provide reliable financial transaction services today we've done this so we've
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improved with improved the way to develop the business you know just by
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collaborating together and bringing
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R&D engineers and their engineers
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her you know focusing on specific business objectives not technology
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objectives business objectives a technology enables we're just catalysts
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to go there that's that's very important so we've done it for telco we've done it
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for health care we gonna feel transportation you had the examples from
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from detail and we want to continue developing such kind of approach with
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you you know so I hope you know between what youre so far from from detail from
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myself
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understand that it does she did a system
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inside the touching groups and the broader he does she groups are truly
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committed to make social innovation
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a reality and it's not just about I T
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it's about I T operations technology and it's about human technology we are very
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keen to keep the human inside those innovation cycles it's very important
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for you or your business so again I'll be happy to answer questions later on
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during the breaks etc but I hope I've given you a little bit of a glimpse of
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the future but we're going in the future thank you very much for your attention
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having your father Francis Heaney cancion de Torre just a brief brief two
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questions for you i've seen you with an iPhone you have an iPhone do you
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personally dad to save your data into the Apple clout yes all along all the
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time of the time you took continues dialogue between my phone and a network
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ok I'm not getting paid for that by Apple alright okay that's a great answer
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second question is I heard a rumor that you would leave out the code does and
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you see disease is that true
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so you probably would one day in why does all of course that's what I wanted
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to hear the building works out just happening now thanks a lot thank you
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very much frances was your story
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made a chicken in all doggie power going to ask all the work a good at those
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coffee cleaner but also you know but all to normal if they prevent me to shoot
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but also the theater in his room after the fall by coming colleague not

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Begrüssung & Eröffnung des Hitachi Information Forums 2015
Martin Schnider, Country General Manager, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 8:58 a.m.
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Changing role of IT in society: Social Innovation & Internet of Things
Dieter Schöne, Chief of Strategy Social Innovation, Business EMEA, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 9:09 a.m.
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R&D Activity in Europe: Social Innovation for Matured Society - Part One
Kazuyoshi Torii, CTO & General Manager of CSI Europe, Hitachi Europe Ltd.
29 Oct. 2015 · 9:44 a.m.
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R&D Activity in Europe: Social Innovation for Matured Society - Part Two
Vincent Franceschini, Chief Research Officer, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 10 a.m.
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Kundenerfahrungsbericht SFS Group: Wir wollen Veränderung!
Patrick Bichler, Mickael Leitner, Martin Schnider
29 Oct. 2015 · 10:45 a.m.
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The Network Matters: Dedicated Network Resources for HDS Solutions
Joseph O’Connor, Senior Manager – Brocade Hitachi Partnership – EMEA , Brocade
29 Oct. 2015 · 11:21 a.m.
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Application Solutions - Vorteile der Converged Data Protection Lösungen von Veritas und HDS an Kundenbeispielen
Pascal Brunner, Princ. Presales Consultant, Veritas
29 Oct. 2015 · 12:54 p.m.
Big Data Analytics + Insights - Common Advanced Analytics Platform
Bruno Kocher, Presales Manager , Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 12:59 p.m.
Business Track - Transform IT-as a Service
Valentin Hamburger, EMEA Solution Specialist for VMware, Solutions and Products Group, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 1 p.m.
Infrastructure Platforms (Private Cloud + Storage) - Mit voller Power in die Zukunft – eine Erfolgsstory der BKW
Chris Stecher, Senior tech. Presales/Sales, LC Systems Engineering AG
29 Oct. 2015 · 1:01 p.m.
Business Track - SAP Cloud Services
Jérôme Valat, VP Global Business Development Oxya, Oxya, A Hitachi Data Systems Company
29 Oct. 2015 · 1:38 p.m.
Big Data Analytics + Insights - The Power of Big Data at Work
Davy Nys, VP of Global Strategic Sales , Pentaho
29 Oct. 2015 · 1:39 p.m.
Application Solutions - Fit für die Digitalisierung und bereit für die Zukunft mit SAP S/4 HANA
Günter Plahl, Business Development Manager Analytics&Finance Solutions, SAP Schweiz
29 Oct. 2015 · 1:45 p.m.
Infrastructure Platforms (Private Cloud + Storage) - IT Transformation in der Praxis
Falko Herbstreuth, Director LANexpert, LANexpert SA
29 Oct. 2015 · 1:45 p.m.
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Application Solutions - Mit Netzwerkvirtualisierung und Hybrid Cloud die Grenzen des Datacenters überwinden
Danny Stettler, Senior Solution Architect, VMware Switzerland GmbH
29 Oct. 2015 · 2:30 p.m.
Business Track - Big Data im Dialog mit den Konsumenten
Robert Schumacher, Customer Intelligence Solutions Manager, SAS Institute AG
29 Oct. 2015 · 2:30 p.m.
Drive the Future - The Hitachi Solution
Bruno Kocher & Henry Schmidt , Presales Manager & Consultant, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 3:17 p.m.
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Die Erfolgsgeschichte von Tesla Motors
Robin Höfler
29 Oct. 2015 · 3:54 p.m.
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Wrap-up & Wettbewerbsverlosung
Martin Schnider, Country General Manager, Hitachi Data Systems
29 Oct. 2015 · 3:54 p.m.

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