Date: Thursday, August 27, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Weather-related emergencies. Social upheaval. Pandemics. We're living in an age of constant disruption.
While dealing with turbulence in our daily work lives is uncomfortable, it can open the door for new and improved ways to do business, optimize user experiences and drive companies to become more competitive in a world with constant instability. Enterprises need strategies that allow them to continue making critical investments in technology while evolving to meet the needs that result from the current disruption.
Join AT&T Business, Equinix and ITPro Today to learn three key IT strategies enterprises can deploy to become more agile, scalable, and flexible during these trying times. Specifically, you'll learn how to:
- Manage disruption by creating network strategies that meet current and future WAN demand
- Reduce network handoffs by distributing digital infrastructure across multiple hubs
- Propel your business using private connections to key partners and providers at the digital edge
If you have already registered, click here to access.
Scott Comroe, Regional/Global Technical Sales Consulting, AT&T
Scott Comroe is a Regional/Global Technical Sales Consultant responsible for helping AT&T’s clients improve their operational and application efficiencies using AT&T’s ecosystem of data centers, cloud connectivity and hosted application solutions.
Rodney Elder, Principal Global Solutions Architect, Equinix
Rodney Elder is a Global Principal at Equinix with over 30 years of experience in advanced networking technologies. At Equinix, he is responsible for leading key strategic technology and platform initiatives and supports Global Network and Cloud Service customers.
Mel Beckman, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Mel Beckman has written computer-related features and product reviews for 20+ years. His focus areas include IT, data centers, networking, and communications. As a global thought leader, Mel has presented hundreds of seminars on computing technology throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.