A small selection of past, popular, featured broadcasts….
Turning the Tide: Dragging Criminals Out of the Shadows - Keynote presentation by Ted RossTurning the Tide: Dragging Criminals Out of the Shadows - Keynote presentation by Ted Ross, Authority on the Cyber Underground; CEO & Co-Founder, SpyCloud. Cyber criminals seek data to exploit – from stolen credentials and credit cards, to account data and PII. They’ll use it to hijack employee and consumer accounts, break into corporate systems, and target their victims with some believable pretext.
The Network is The Business – Ravi Chandrasekaran Senior VP, Enterprise Networking Business, CiscoThe Network is The Business - Ravi Chandrasekaran Senior Vice President, Enterprise Networking Business, Cisco. Ravi Chandrasekaran plays a key role in Cisco's advancements in intent-based networking, overseeing strategy and development around Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA).
Continual Innovation Through Continual Reinvention - Keynote by Tom Burns, SVP, Dell TechnologiesContinual Innovation Through Continual Reinvention - Keynote Presentation by Tom Burns, SVP, Dell Technologies - Highlights
Celebrating 40 Years of Ethernet Innovation – Session 4bHost: Fritz Nelson, Vice President and Editorial Director, InformationWeek
Andy Bechtolsheim, Founder, Chief Development Officer & Chairman, Arista Network;
Henry Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom Corporation
David House, Chairman, Brocade Communications; Vice Chairman, Computer History Museum;
Bethany Mayer, Senior Vice President & General Manager Networking, HP
How to Pick the Game Changers – Opening Day One keynote session by Professor David CheritonHost: Jeremiah Caron, Global Head of Research & Analysis – Technology Group
Professor David Cheriton- Stanford Professor, Investor, Entrepreneur
Special Feature Career Retrospective: Prof. David Cheriton Founder and Chief Scientist ApstraInterviewer: Alan Zeichick, Editorial Director, NetEvents
David Cheriton – Founder and Chief Scientist
The History of EthernetBob Metcalfe talks about how he and David Boggs invented Ethernet. Produced by www.NetEvents.tv
Keynote Highlights: Martin Cassado, VMware 'The future of SDN & network virtualization'Martin Casado, considered by many to be the father of today's SDN, was instrumental in developing OpenFlow at Stanford and laying the foundation for network virtualization as a new paradigm. Martin also co-founded Nicira Networks.
Martin's vision and innovations have helped ignite a vibrant SDN research community with potential to bring about one of the most radical transformations the networking industry has witnessed in the past 20+ years.
NetEvents Keynote Nir Zuk CTO Palo Alto Networks - inventor of the Firewall"Innovate or die -- those are the two options that every high-tech company in the world faces. They either innovate or they die..." these were the words spoken by Nir Zuk, serial entrepreneur, founder and CTO, Palo Alto Networks, at NetEvents 2011 EMEA Press Summit in Barcelona.
NetEvents - CIO RT Business Continuity & Agility During & After Times of Crisis - Full WebcastAnalyst Chair: Tim Banting, Senior Principal Analyst | Workspace Services, Omdia
Graham Budd, President and Chief Operating Officer, Arm
Rob Greig, Chief Information Officer, Arup
Michael Cole, CTO, PGA European Tour and Ryder Cup Europe
Thomas Wölker, CIO, Rehau
Steve Jenkins, Vice President Europe, TATA Communications
David Whalley, Chief Information Officer, Thoughtworks
What positive measures are C-level executives across Europe discovering about how to maintain business continuity and improve agility in the face of unpredictable crisis and what mistakes are they learning from? The anticipated “new normal” – whatever form it takes – needs to be informed and built not only upon innovation but also the wisdom of outstanding technology leaders and business visionaries.
Tim Banting, Omdia’s Principal Analyst, Workspace Services has plenty of in-depth practical knowledge of unified communications and collaboration, with previous experience at Microsoft, NexitraOne, Cisco, Rockwell and GlobalData. he has invited a select group of Europe’s CIOs from organizations that have not only managed the transition but are emerging fitter and stronger for it.
This CIO virtual “round table” discussion is by invitation only and will focus on business continuity and cultivating agility – both within the organization and externally with partners, channels and customers. It will address issues such as:
What has been learnt, and how can we be better prepared for any future disruption.
Identify vulnerable points or areas where we should be better prepared
How can we adapt to more flexible virtual ways of working
Steps to secure a geographically dispersed virtual workplace