At the enterprise level, keeping track of internal data and information has become an enormous challenge, hampering employee productivity and satisfaction. Workers spend 20% of each day looking for information – and up to 6.5 hours per week on duplicated work. While increasingly sophisticated enterprise search platforms have improved the employee experience, it became supercharged when generative AI arrived on the scene.

These newest AI-powered solutions leverage large language models like GPT-4, which can recognize, translate, predict and generate text and other content to completely transform information access and discovery, creating more intelligent, personalized and effective experiences for employees.

In this VB Spotlight event, learn how these generative AI experiences can unlock the full potential of data in enterprise environments, improving productivity, building better business outcomes, and more.
  • Understanding the present and the future of AI in enterprise search
  • Unlocking the full potential of data in enterprise environments with generative AI
  • Recognizing the importance of a trusted knowledge model for generative AI
  • Facilitating information access and discovery to improve employee productivity
  • Creating more intelligent, personalized, and effective experiences
Phu Nguyen
Head of Digital Workplace, Pure Storage
An IT leader with a strong focus on human-centric technology, and a wealth of hands-on experience leading large security enterprises through digital transformation. He has held key leadership positions at Blue Coat, Symantec, and Norton LifeLock. Currently, as a Head of Digital Workplace at Pure Storage, a leader in primary storage array technologies, Phu's responsibilities center around developing technologies and services that inspire employees to connect, communicate, and collaborate more effectively.
Jean-Claude Monney
Digital Workplace, Technology and Knowledge Management Advisor
Jean-Claude Monney is a Digital Workplace and Knowledge Management experienced practitioner and thought leader.

Since 2017, he provides Digital Workplace and KM advisory services to clients worldwide. In Feb 2018, he was invited to join the World Economic Forum as expert for their Digital and Society Global Initiative and became advisor of their Strategic Intelligence team. Until 2017, Jean-Claude served as Chief Knowledge Officer at Microsoft Consulting Services, where he and his team re-imagined the division’s Digital Workplace knowledge management and collaboration platform on Microsoft O365 they launched in 2014 and that was used as a reference model by many customers. He is on the advisory board of Kent State University School of Information for their KM Master’s and was a faculty member at Columbia University where he taught Digital Workplace transformation strategies as part of the Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program.

Jean-Claude has an Electronics and Nuclear Physics Engineering degree from the “Ecole Technique Supérieure” of Geneva, Switzerland.
Eddie Zhou
Founding Engineer, Intelligence, Glean
Eddie Zhou leads Intelligence at Glean. He previously worked at Google Brain on projects like the first deep learning model in Web Search, Duplex in Assistant, and other Google-scale AI in YouTube and Ads.
Art Cole
Moderator, VentureBeat
Arthur Cole is a technology journalist and enthusiast who has been covering the high-tech industry for more than 30 years. His contributions appear regularly in numerous industry trade publications as well as on the pages of vendors in the server, storage, networking and cloud industries.
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