Virtual Summits

Explore our upcoming and previous half-day virtual summits, where you can learn what's most important in driving the technical goals of your organization forward. Each summit consists of three sessions on topics that our editors and subject matter experts choose based on the most current trends and vital technologies that underlie an organization's infrastructure. Take advantage of this free learning opportunity to stay ahead of the curve!

Upcoming Summits

  • February 24, 2021
    An expert-led dive into everything new that you need to know about in Microsoft's Office 365 cloud productivity suite. Microsoft has made so many changes in Office 365/Microsoft 365 that's it's impossible to keep up! Join us to learn everything you need to know in one fast-paced and informative event.
  • February 26, 2021
    You know how important backup and recovery is for your customers’ cloud infrastructure. But do you know all the modern approaches or current best practices that help make their system failproof? Get up to speed with everything they need to know about Cloud Backup and Recovery heading into the new year.
  • March 5, 2021
    It's time for enterprises to move beyond convergence into hyperconvergence. But do you understand exactly the benefits HCI can bring you? And do you know the best practices you'll need to get you there? Join the experts for this informational summit packed with real-world advice and insights you can't afford to miss!
  • March 9, 2021
    What you need to know to get your enterprise safely cloud-enabled? You've probably started your cloud journey but you're not sure where to go next — Public? Private? Hybrid? What are the "gotchas" that can get you in this process? What are the best practices from experts in the field? Join us to learn more.
  • March 12, 2021
    Upfront security is essential, but the attacks are constantly evolving. In this summit, we look at what organizations can do once they're hit with ransomware, what happens to organizations with no specific ransomware plan, and organizations who have planned for the worst.