Gina Rosenthal is coming to Tech Field Day 20, so let’s get to know her!
Tech Field Day Events
Having trouble memorizing all the IP addresses in your network? Still trying to build security policies based on VLANS? Maybe what you need is to give a name to your pain with some labels and a little help from Guardicore.
Greg Ferro is coming to TFD20. He’s a dear friend who has attended Field Day events since the very beginning. Most people are familiar with Greg, but for those who aren’t, let’s get to know him!
Matt Leib, Engineer and Presales Architect, shares his post-event thoughts about Tech Field Day Exclusive with HPE Storage 2019.
Wireless Engineer, Jonathan Davis (JD) discusses his pre-event thoughts and what he anticipates he’ll discover during Networking Field Day Exclusive at Juniper NXTWORK 2019.
Technical Solutions Architect, Jordan Martin, discusses what he hopes to see at Networking Field Day Exclusive at Juniper NXTWORK 2019.
Becky L. Elliott attended Tech Field Day Exclusive with HPE Storage 2019. She takes a few moments to reflect on the experience and share what she learned during the event.
If you’re moving data to the cloud, you need visibility to ensure you’re secure. Tom Hollingsworth talks about ExtraHop Reveal(x) and how they can provide the visibility you need no matter where your data lives.
The root of Tech Field Day came from open-minded marketing and PR folks willing to connect with independent technical influencers on our own terms. The idea came from “blogger days” held by companies like HP. But the real inspiration came from the delegates themselves, who needed a way to connect with companies that respected their independence. Without the faith of both the sponsors and the delegates, we never would have gotten Tech Field Day off the ground!
Enterprises are increasingly using applications outside the firewall, with SaaS solutions like Slack and Microsoft Teams becoming increasingly important. At the same time, these applications attract just the type of corporate data (chat, files, and workflows) that can place organizations at legal or operational risk. They’re also using cloud-based automation tools like ServiceNow and Okta, and even running applications in Amazon AWS. That’s why it’s a good thing that data protection providers like Druva are adding support for this “outside the firewall” data.