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How to Make IT Operations Sustainable With Automation and AI

Verdana's Geetha Gopal on Sustainable IT Ops and Need For Managing Carbon Footprint
Geetha Gopal, COO, Verdana

The success of any business relies on its technology operations, and the integration of automation and AI has become an integral part of this function. The adoption of these technologies offers numerous benefits, including improved efficiency, effectiveness and cost saving. CIO.inc spoke to Geetha Gopal, COO of Verdana, on the challenges and opportunities of leading digital transformation initiatives in the current business climate.

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"Breaking down complex problems into smaller, automated chunks with the right use of intelligent technologies is vital in solving a wide range of business challenges," Gopal said. She said the digitization of carbon trade is the way forward for businesses.

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Gopal discusses:

  • Data center migration challenges and appropriate usage of shared service data;
  • Potential impact of AI and automation on the IT operations;
  • Integration of measuring carbon emissions process with digitization goals.

Gopal is a senior program/project management professional with 14 years of experience in leading large, strategic investments, including AI, IT infrastructure, data centers, digital transformation and product ownership for two multinational organizations.


About the Author

Smruti Gandhi

Smruti Gandhi

Executive Editor, ISMG

Gandhi has more than a decade of experience in community engagement and incubating industry events. She is extremely proactive in building engagements with communities including CEO, CFOs and CIOs. Prior to joining ISMG, she worked with Dun & Bradstreet and Great Place to Work.




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