A two-day, interactive tech conference highlighting the most innovative thought leaders and the fastest-growing teams and companies in Tampa Bay. Watch all sessions on our YouTube channel
Non-Profits Driving Equality
We hosted a discussion with several of our community partners who are all working to end inequality and bridge the opportunity divide here in Tampa Bay and beyond.
Women In Tech Series
If you missed it, here is the replay of our very first Women In Tech Series events this year featuring leadership learnings from three top leaders from Accenture, Avanade and Microsoft!
“Navigating the New Normal” Webinar
As we begin reopening the region, questions abound regarding office spaces, remote teams, productivity and the role technology plays in the center of it all. This virtual poweredUP webinar lets you hear from Tampa Bay’s top leadership on how we will all “Navigate the New Normal.”
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The Next Normal: Applying Cisco’s Business Continuity Practices for Remote Work
October 1st @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
According to a June 2020 report from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, 42 percent of the U.S. labor force is working from home. Time Magazine has called the Coronavirus Pandemic “the world’s largest work from home experiment.” Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 25-30 percent of the workforce will be working from home multiple days of the week by the end of 2021. And, even PwC’s recent remote workplace survey shows that enhanced flexibility will be a significant part of the future of work.
So, how can companies be sure their IT infrastructures are secure enough to work from home?
Join the Pinellas Tech Network as we discuss business continuity practices during times of national emergency with Cisco Systems’ engineer, Sidney Morgan.
With more than 20 years of experience, Sidney currently works as part of Cisco IT’s Customer Zero group focusing on data center, cloud services, and software-defined networks.
As a leading IT expert and champion for Cisco data centers, Sidney has proven himself to be a highly successful technical leader and innovator within the Customer Zero team, and IT business overall.