Online Tech Speaking at Technology First's 8th Annual Taste of IT Event

Online Tech Speaking at Technology First's 8th Annual Taste of IT Event

November 12, 2014 7:30 am

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Sinclair Ponitz Center

Online Tech will be hitting the road and heading down to Dayton, OH for the Technology First Taste of IT Conference. This will be the 8th year Technology First has put on the event, and will run from 7:30-5pm on November 12.

This is shaping up to be a conference that no one will want to miss, with amazing keynote speakers from companies like Cisco, Teradata, and Microsoft. From the Technology First site, here’s more information about one of the keynotes you’ll see at the event:

The Internet of Everything
Chris Galo, Internet of Things Strategic Product Sales Specialist, Cisco

The Internet of Everything is a global industry phenomenon, which brings together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before. Today, more than 99% of things in the world are not connected. But, it is estimated by 2020, 4.5 Billion new people and 37 Billion new things will have joined the internet. In the near future, the growth and convergence of information, people, and things on the internet will make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before, creating unprecedented opportunities for countries, industries, and individuals. The network plays a critical role in the Internet of Everything - it must provide an intelligent, manageable, secure infrastructure that can scale to support billions of context-aware devices to facilitate data analysis and reporting.

Online Tech will also be speaking at the event:

Securing the Cloud in a Regulated World
Jason Yaeger, Director of Product Management

Securing the cloud for one organization is hard enough. A cloud architecture that can fit within the performance, security, and compliance constraints across many organizations and industries requires a few novel approaches - and investments. For one, a positive partnership with auditors. Second, security and compliance driven culture, not checkboxes. Third, serious technology investments to enable key functions like encryption and offsite backup & recovery to play nicely together. This presentation will share a behind the scenes look into the architectural decisions behind a cloud capable of protecting sensitive data in the healthcare, banking, and other regulated industries.

The Taste of IT event will take place in the Sinclair Ponitz Center in Dayton. If you haven’t registered yet but are interested in attending, you can register on the Technology First Taste of IT event page.

 





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