Thank you to everyone who came out for ATEC Group’s Lunch & Learn: The Mobility Picture on Tuesday, April 16, 2019! We hope you found value in attending our event and learned something new while enjoying lunch from Angelo’s 677 Prime.
HPI End Point Innovations & Security
With a day focused on improving mobility in the workplace from an access, management, and security perspective, Ron Rusinek and Glen Thompson opened the program with a presentation on HPI’s end point innovations and security and equipment demonstrations.
VMWare & Mobility
Next, ATEC Group’s own VMWare Champion Lisa Seguin discussed VMware’s solutions and how each contribute to improving mobility in the workplace. Lisa specifically highlighted VMWare’s Workspace ONE – an industry-leading Mobile Device Management system with the ability to integrate multi-platform endpoint management and more.
Security Briefings & Demos
To close it out, ATEC Group’s Jeremy Gibbs, a systems architect, delivered an engaging hour filled with demonstrations and briefings on a wide range of security tools, including Duo’s Two-Factor Authentication, Fortinet’s Fortianalyzer and Fortigate, RECON Radar and RECON SOC, Extreme’s IoT Defender, and Ekahau’s Wireless Assessment.
If you didn’t get a chance to have your question answered at the event or would like more information on any of the topics we discussed, please feel free to email Jenny, ATEC Group’s Marketing Executive, at [email protected] and she will get you in touch with the right person.
Lastly, congratulations to Tina Hakala of Capital Region Orthopaedics for winning the $100 gift certificate to Angelo’s 677 Prime! Tina was randomly selected from the pile of survey responses we received at the conclusion of the event.
Thanks again for joining us! We’d like to also extend our gratitude to our knowledgeable presenters and the amazing staff at Angelo’s 677 Prime for helping to make this event such a success. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
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