At the Collision 2023 conference, which occurred from June 27 to 29, we not only gathered the most significant tech industry trends but also interacted with representatives from intriguing startups and companies at their stands. One of them was Michael Bird, Sr. Business Development Manager, Training and Certification at AWS. Check out the video to learn more.
AWS (Amazon Web Services), a subsidiary of Amazon, offers a diverse range of cloud services for data storage and management to startups, corporations, and private users. The company is equipped to scale in line with the development of their clients' businesses.
Michael has been with Amazon Web Services for over a year. As part of a team that provides customer support and training, his objective is to ensure that company employees interacting with AWS services possess the skills to do so efficiently and securely.
While much of the tech industry buzz is about generative AI, AWS serves as the foundational infrastructure supporting companies actively engaging with neural networks. They assist these businesses in advancing, competing, catering to their customers, and refining their products.
In recent years, many companies have shown impressive rates of development due to easy access to capital. Today, as money is becoming more expensive, businesses are interested in optimizing expenses and increasing their efficiency. Often, the solution turns out to be generative AI, which aligns perfectly with the new realities.
However, at Amazon Web Services, they firmly believe that security should never be overlooked when actively utilizing artificial intelligence. Client trust should not be compromised, data integrity should not be risked, and confidentiality should not be questioned. If you need a consultation on how to use AWS for this purpose, you can reach out to Michael on LinkedIn.