Many organizations were forced to rapidly enable employees to work from home in 2020. Though unexpected, we saw the emergence of many new technologies, processes and initiatives that will have a long-term impact on the way we work.
As we shift from band aiding solutions to a ‘new normal’ of security, it’s vital to understand how to drive your business forward while enabling productivity regardless of where your users are. Hybrid IT paves the way for cloud adoption, and allows organizations to securely enable all of the technologies - both on prem and in the cloud - that your employees need to do their jobs.
In this webinar, we will explore the best practices for approaching and securing access to Hybrid IT. You will learn about:
Mike Macomber, Senior Manager, Solutions Engineers
An SE for the past 22 years, for the past eight years, Mike has built and managed presales teams in the HR, Cloud Content Management, and now IAM domains, supporting Northeast, Canadian, and Federal markets. After two great runs over 12 years at SuccessFactors/SAP and Box, Mike is now at Okta, managing the Enterprise MidAtlantic Solution Consulting team.
Join us after the presentation as we pop a bottle of the vintage chosen by sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, who will provide a brief tasting on the wine you’ll receive as a “thank you” for attending the event.
Rachel DeAmbrose attended the International Culinary Center in New York City for Intensive Sommelier Training and achieved Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers. She continued training as an intern for a single vintage grower in Champagne, France before returning to the US to accept a position as a wine steward at world renowned Bern's Steak House.
Rachel was quickly promoted to Assistant Sommelier and soon after Sommelier, the first woman and youngest sommelier in Bern’s history, making her way through the vast James Beard award winning wine cellar of rare and extremely sought after vintages. She now hosts private wine events globally at venues hand-picked for their wine cellars.
Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form.