June 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
When business continuity plans are put in place, they are usually a response to unplanned events. In addition to enabling workers during a challenging time, how do we manage, deploy, and secure a new model of remote access? We’ll provide answers about what works (and what does not) when deploying remote solutions for workers.
What participants can expect to gain: Candid and real-world perspectives on enabling a remote workforce.
About the Presenter:
Matt White is a Consulting Systems Engineer in the Cloud Networking Business Unit at Cisco. He has a long history of successfully designing and implementing SDWAN, MPLS, wireless mobility, data center, and collaboration solutions, and has supported both US Public Sector and global enterprise customers.
He brings over 20 years’ experience with interoperability of cloud, network, compute, and application environments. Matt is a seven-time CCIE and holds the Cisco CCDE and VMware VCIX-NV certifications.
Who should Attend:
SLED (State & Local Government, Education, Corporate, and Not For Profit Organizations
About the Panelists:
Rick Norberg CEO of Vertikal6, Rick empowers his team to not only elevate their client’s technology, but to make Vertikal6 a truly great place to work. Focusing on the company’s culture is what he believes keeps his team motivated. As a PBN Best Places to Work in 2016, 2017 and 2018, Rick’s team understands the impact of hard work and efficiency. They know that there’s power in collaboration, and commit to partner with their clients to understand the specific needs of their company and employees. Prior to becoming CEO, he started RhodeOne Technology Solutions in 2002, providing email hosting, Sharepoint, CRM, Backup and custom hosting and cloud services to resellers in the New England area. In 2010, he co-created AtrionSMB and was instrumental in growing the company from $300,000 of business in his first year to over $5 million. This success earned the company a spot on Providence Business News Fastest Growing Company list in 2014. Prior to this, he also held Sales Engineering roles at Dell, Symantec, and Xevo.
Rick was awarded Providence Business News 40 Under 40 award in 2012 for his career success and community involvement and his commitment to making a difference in his community. In 2017 he was presented with the Tech10 Lifetime Achievement Award for his devotion to the improvement of the technology industry.
Rick is very much involved with the community through his membership on various boards. Over the years he has served on the board of Junior Achievement of Rhode Island and the Cranston Chamber of Commerce. He is currently on the board of the Narragansett Council of Boy Scouts of America and also serves on the board of Freedom National Bank. He is continually focused on improving STEM programs at Scouts Day Camp and increasing STEM education as it will be vital to the next generation. Rick holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and Computer Information Systems from Bryant University, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE).
David Marble – David brings 30 years of business and technical experience in technology companies. He has served in executive capacities in operations management, product management, business development and strategic planning. Prior to coming to OSHEAN, Marble established himself as an entrepreneur and innovator for a number of startup companies in the telecommunications and software industry.
Most recently, David was a co-founder of the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL). AAEEBL is a member based collaborative of nearly all worldwide ePortfolio initiatives with membership of over one hundred academic institutions and software vendors.
Marble was also the Chief Operating Officer and VP of Business Development for TAZZ Networks and Vice President of Marketing at Ignitus, a Metro Optical start-up acquired by Lucent.
Some Important additional Details:
Our “Business Continuity: Critical Areas of Focus for Designing a Teleworker Solution.” is taking place on Cisco WebEx. If you have never logged into a Cisco WebEx before, be sure to give yourself time beforehand to download Cisco WebEx.
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Please plan on arriving at about 1:00 pm enter as we will start promptly at 1:10 pm!
The “Business Continuity: Critical Areas of Focus for Designing a Teleworker Solution.” will run until 2:00 pm, with ample time for Q&A
Cameras on! Please plan on turning your camera on so we can all connect as we learn.
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Tech Collective serves as both the virtual and physical hub of Rhode Island’s tech community. Located in the Rising Sun Mills, we are equipped with a shared space for collaboration that cuts across industries, specializations, as well as cultural differences and socio-economic statuses.