AI+ITOPS Podcast - Episode 9: Sean McDermott, President and CEO, Windward Consulting Group
September 28, 2020
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In Episode 9, Sean McDermott, President, CEO and Founder of Windward Consulting Group, joins the AI+ITOPS Podcast to discuss how the pandemic has impacted IT and is driving the need for AIOps.


Sean McDermott on the podcast: "AIOps is really about the processing of vast amounts of data and the ability to move into a more analytical, prescriptive and automated methodology."

For your convenience, Episode 9 is available in a shorter "express version" and a longer full interview.

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Episode 9 - Express Version (21:16)

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Episode 9 - Full Interview (37:56)

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