Budgets, security, communications, and the cloud were the four most prevalent topics on the minds of IT professionals surveyed at the 14th annual NY Tech Summit, this past June.
Glenn Carle, who retired from the CIA in 2007 as Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Transnational Threats, answers questions from the audience after delivering his keynote address, "Leadership Lessons from a Spymaster," at the NY Tech Summit. (Courtesy NY Tech Summit)
This year’s NY Tech Summit, June 6-8 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino, is devoting one of its five conference agenda tracks to looking at the lifecycle of the IT employees. The Lifecycle of IT Employees track consists of seven separate sessions focusing on different aspects of the lifecycle.
This year’s NY Tech Summit, June 6-8 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino, is devoting one of its five conference agenda tracks to Tech Talks. The Tech Talks track consists of six separate sessions focusing on different aspects of this evolving technology
For anyone looking to drive their business forward with technology, the NY Tech Summit is a must-attend conference in upstate New York. From intimate networking opportunities with top technology vendors like Cisco, Plantronics and Spectrum, to an educational agenda driven by IT peers – the value is unlike any other conference out there.
Peter Belyea, President & CEO of CXtec and TERACAI was recently featured in the weekly "CNY Conversation," conducted by Stan Linhorst. It features Q&A interviews about leadership, success, and innovation. The conversations are condensed and edited.
Gartner research indicates security leaders and their business counterparts in every vertical are increasingly seeing cyber security as a discipline of risk management, evolved and multitiered, rather than one of bulletproof vigilance against a world of hostility. The Gartner research paper “Predicts 2018: Security and Risk Management Programs ID: G00341953,” also recommends that security and risk management leaders should monitor these developments to prepare purchasing strategies and technology adoptions.
This year’s NY Tech Summit, June 6-8 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino, is devoting one of its five conference agenda tracks to IT Evolution. The IT Evolution track consists of seven separate sessions focusing on different aspects of evolving topic.
As IT professionals, you’ve logged the long hours in the trenches working tirelessly with developers, administrators and end-users. You are a vital member of your organization. So much so, it can be hard to take the time for training and educational opportunities crucial to fulfilling the needs of your customers inside and outside the office. Learn what truly makes NY Tech Summit different from any other IT conference out there.
Security remains on the minds of IT professionals, even when the topic is not in the news headlines. This year’s NY Tech Summit is offering four pre-conference workshops that focus on security. Each four-hour workshop will be held on Wednesday, June 6th at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, NY.
The NY Tech Summit advisory board has assembled a dynamic lineup of industry thought leaders who will offer timely themed educational presentations focusing on leadership and technology. The 14th annual NY Tech Summit will be held from June 6-8 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino, in Verona.
As NY Tech Summit enters its 14th year, it continues to give exhibitors the opportunity to reinforce relationships with key customers and connect with new prospects, all that lead to collaborative partnerships and increased sales.
Glenn L. Carle, a former Central Intelligence Agency Operative and National Intelligence Officer, will be the keynote speaker at the 14th annual NY Tech Summit, June 6-8 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino, in Verona.
Members of the 2018 New York Tech Summit advisory committee, have one goal in mind for the 14th annual event, scheduled for June 6-8 at Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, provide the most relevant thought-provoking topics for IT industry professionals to learn from and understand.
Cybersecurity continues to be a top priority for IT professionals according to a first-ever industry survey conducted at the 13th annual New York Tech Summit earlier this year.