It seems like every time I’m preparing to attend one of IBM’s large user conferences, event organizers just keep upping the wow factor. Whether it’s Serena Williams sharing how using data improved her tennis game or Kevin Spacey preaching about how technology empowers the rule breakers, I am amazed at how these celebrity keynote speakers always bring the message down to its essence with an IBM spin. So now it’s time for IBM Insight 2015, and who’s on the bill to speak but Hollywood legend Ron Howard.
Some of the country’s brightest SharePoint experts will converge in Raleigh next week at the SharePoint Engage conference. Since Microsoft consolidated many of this year’s popular regional SharePoint events into the huge Microsoft Ignite 2015 conference in Chicago back in May, a more intimate SharePoint event is going to be right up some folks’ alley.
With enterprise and governments struggling to keep up with the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape, EC-Council has updated its Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification and training to version 9, focusing on the latest cyber attack vectors and addressing new vulnerabilities. With CEH training in preparation for the new CEH exam, students will gain access to thousands of the most commonly used hacking tools to help them look for vulnerabilities in their organization’s network just like a hacker would.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month, also known as NCSAM, is promoted by IT security professionals and organizations across the country every October. A joint effort between businesses and government, the purpose of NCSAM is to ensure that every American has the resources needed to stay safer and more secure online.
I always look forward to this time of year when the TechNet Augusta conference rolls around on the calendar. Sponsored by AFCEA, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, I’m always amazed at the top brass the event attracts. It’s a little muggy this time of year in Augusta but the geek in me looks […]
By 2020, Cisco estimates that nearly 50 billion devices and objects will be connected to the Internet. That’s ten zeros! While only one percent of things in the physical world are connected today, more and more organizations, namely companies and governments, are deploying solutions for the oncoming Internet of Things (IoT) era.
Cisco Networks long-time CEO John Chambers will end two decades at the helm of the world’s largest networking company later this summer. At next week’s Cisco Live!, I expect to see a changing of the guard as Chambers passes the Cisco CEO baton into the able hands of senior vice president of worldwide field operations Chuck Robbins.