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VR/AR is one of the hottest trends in tech, but businesses often struggle with how this popular gaming technology can be used for sales and marketing purposes.
During our first-ever Cleveland TechConnect meet up, we’ll explore how virtual and augmented reality can be used to bring your software/tech brand to life by blending digital objects and messaging with the real world.
You’ll also learn how newer technology, like the NT ONE mobile application, is changing the game and making VR/AR affordable for businesses of all sizes.
Able to stay past 9 a.m.? You’ll have the opportunity to try out the Merge Cube and Oculus Rift!
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
He is passionate about immersive technology and how it will change the world over the next several years. As such, he’s is always trying to share this technology with others because he is convinced that VR/AR will radically transform our lives both at play and at work.
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Who should attend?
In-house tech marketers, c-suite/founders of tech companies and sales/biz dev for tech startups. So basically anyone in the software/tech industry who is interested in sales and marketing.
What is the agenda?
- Arrival/Breakfast: 7:30-8:00 a.m.
- Speaker: 8:00-8:45 a.m.
- Q&A/Wrap Up: 8:45-9:00 a.m.
How do I get to the event??
Foundation Software is located in the Strongsville Business & Technology Park, south of Rt-82. Take I-71 to Royalton Rd., then head west. Turn left on to Foltz Parkway and drive until you dead end into their parking lot.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Jen Lombardi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (440) 973-4250 x301.
The conference features career & leadership, technical, and innovation topics to an audience of 750 women ranging from software delivery roles, leadership & management, technical & engineering, and recruiting/sales roles supporting the industry.
Columbus Women In Technology is a non-profit organization with the specific mission to address the declining pipeline of women in technology through programs that promote awareness, address attrition, create opportunities to transition to tech, and preparation for leadership. See our Roadmap
We encourage you to be part of the conversation by sending a group of women in technical roles from your company to this uplifting, motivational, and educational conference. Www.cmhwit.org
Northern Ohio ACM-W Kick-Off – Women’s Panel on IT Careers
Wed., Sept. 12, 2018
BGSU 7-9 pm BAA 1007 (Business Administration-main floor)
Linda Androvich Corporate Director IT, Bon Secours Mercy Health
Karen David Operations Manager, TOAST.net Internet
Loretta Dwight Educator, Toledo Public School System
Cindy Payne Director, IT Applications, Nationwide
Shirley Trail, PMP IT Business Specialist / Project Manager, HCR Manor Care
Laila Sartawi-Ball Composites IT Business Integration Leader, Owens Corning
Janell Vickers, Sr. Project Manager, Six Sigma Lean Black Belt, Bon Secours Mercy Health
The Ohio LinuxFest is a Free Software Community that started in 2003 (at OSU), as a large Linux User Group meeting.
It has grown to be the largest gathering of Free and Open source Software in the Midwest.
Presentations, workshops, and certification opportunities are available for all to learn the latest technology.
This is our 16th Annual Conference.
Registration is at 3 levels, which starts at the Enthusiast level, with a name your own price opportunity
To register. http://www.ohiolinux.org/registration Click on +More Details to learn what the Enthusiast, Supporter and Professional Pass registration includes.
Fireside Chat: The Future of Data Analytics
A day of free educational activities for girls in grades 6-8.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office launched the CyberOhio initiative in 2016. Its primary aim is to help Ohio’s businesses fight back against cyber-attacks.
One of the main components of the CyberOhio initiative is workforce development, to try to encourage students to consider cybersecurity as a career, in light of the high demand for workers in that field. To assist with this, we are developing events for students of various ages so that they can learn more about cybersecurity.
CyberInspire is a free all day workshop geared particularly toward female students in grades 6-8. During the event, students will dive head-first into the exciting world of cybersecurity. Participants will be split up into four groups and rotate through four one-hour sessions. Each session will consist of a game or activity that will expose them to basic computer security concepts. Topics include computer safety, code building and cryptography.
Registration information can be found on the event website: https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Business/CyberOhio/CyberOhio-CyberInspire-Event
Kent Hack Enough brings hackers from all over the nation together to learn something new, party hard, and create something awesome!
With more than 300 highly motivated, creative, and talented participants, Kent Hack Enough is a weekend-long event where students from all areas of interest come together to make something awesome, like an app, website, or hardware hack.
The entire event is free for students, including food, energy drinks, and swag. In between all the coding, designing, and water pong, our sponsors are available as mentors to provide help and expertise throughout the hacking process.
Join Ohio State University for their largest hackathon HackOHI/O!
|The Columbus Code Camp is an annual non-denominational software-development & technology conference in central Ohio. The camp includes talks about anything related to software development (for any language, operating system, platform, or work environment). There is always a wide mix of topics and presentation levels (from beginner to professional). Students and professionals (and hobbyists) are welcome to attend (or present!).|