Group Q&A / How to be a Consultant
Bob Borges and Bill Dwyer will be leading a group Q&A session around utilities and modern IT. They will also discuss what it takes to be a consultant in the ever-evolving field of Information Technology.
- Management and Troubleshooting tools
- Remote access utilities
- Speaking with client CEOs and other executives
Bob Smolenyak of ComVault will be presenting:
Digital Transformation and Industry Leading Heterogeneous & Storage Agnostic Data Management
- How a single solution can enable you to maximize your Azure Cloud, Azure Stack, O365, on-premise data environment.
- How a comprehensive and heterogeneous data management is your best defense against Ransomware attacks and compliance issues (including GDPR).
- How to accelerate workload migrations to Azure (and now Azure Stack) to create the agility you need.
- How to enable O365 content to be searched for E-Discovery with the rest of your enterprise’s data.
You will also experience hands-on demonstrations of this technology in action – enabling you to evaluate the real impact it can have on your digital transformation.
Bio: Bob Smolenyak – Global PMM – Office of the CTO – CommVault Inc. – CommVault Inc.
Over 25 years industry experience in Distributed Data and Storage Management, Data Protection, Archiving, Content Management, Disaster Recovery and e-discovery technologies.
We are a group of software developers and architects primarily in the Boston area that get together and discuss various topics about Patterns, .NET, SQL, and anything else that interests us (The Boston .NET Architecture Group was formerly known as the Boston Code Brew). In December, 2014, we celebrated our 10th Anniversary as a group!
The Boston Office 365 User Group is a community focused on sharing knowledge around Microsoft’s Office 365’s ever-growing, always changing suite of technologies. The group will focus on every level of interest, from those who are just “kicking the tires” to business users, Office 365 administrators and IT pros.
The Boston Network Users Group was founded in December, 1986 and has been serving IT professionals and nonprofessionals since then with monthly meetings on current technical topics and other events. The group is entirely volunteer-run and charges no membership fees (we never have and don’t intend to change).
Our meetings are open to members and nonmembers, for no charge, usually on the first Tuesday of the month. We hold board meetings usually on the third Tuesday of the month and welcome (and encourage) all interested to join us. Consult our web page and our meetup site (www.meetup.com/b-n-u-g) for information.
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