Webcast by Company: IBM

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Data in Action: Making the Planet Smarter

At the Data in Action Virtual Conference, you will hear from technology leaders, clients and business partners on today’s enterprise data management challenges and how leveraging IBM's data management portfolio can deliver better business outcomes, at lower cost, while providing capabilities that scale across enterprise applications, databases and platforms. Attend the featured web casts, visit solution pavilion, get questions answered, download collateral and round out your experience by joining the live chat with experts.

Data Protection is not an insurance policy - you cannot buy-back lost data

Find out why you need to maintain access to critical information to run your business and remain competitive.

Data in Action: Effective data management for smarter outcomes

Join Donald Feinberg, VP and Distinguished Analyst at 11:00 am ET to hear the Current Trends in the Data Management Market. Stick around for a chance to ask him your questions during the live Q&A session.

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Best Practices for Model-based Systems Engineering

This webcast presents the IBM® Rational® Harmony™ for Systems Engineering process for the model-based systems development.

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Best Practices for Developing Model Based Embedded Software with Bruce Douglas

This webcast presents an easy to follow process that you can use to capture requirements and specify a system architecture.

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Leverage requirements engineering best practices to develop successful automotive systems

Learn best practices in requirements engineering!

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Should your product development process change to meet the new market challenges?

Learn new ways to manage market challenges!

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Requirements Engineering for Automotive - A customer's experience

Tune into this interview with Mark Cund, independent automotive systems and software engineering consultant.

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Developing Smarter Systems: A new approach to conducting systems engineering trade studies

Develop a new approach to conducting systems engineering trade studies today!

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