Education options at Technology Conference offer an array of carefully curated topics and interests that have included mobile, strategy, leadership, marketing technologies, infrastructure, security, operations, and analytics. Each year, content leaders provide relevant, hot-topic education sessions that keep you ahead of the curve.
The opening and closing keynotes at the Technology Conference offer timely and relevant discussions that enhance the education experience of all attendees. Past keynotes have included:
#Tech16 Opening Keynote
Qualman explored which innovative trends are cutting edge—and which are not—to ensure organizations are not only on the correct path, but are ahead of the curve.
Dr. Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek
#Tech16 Closing Keynote
Miller and Valasek revealed how they identify vulnerabilities in various technologies and devices, discussed their roles as hackers for good, and explored what it all means for specific industries, organizations, and individuals.
#Tech15 Opening Keynote
Smolan illustrated both the promise and peril in the growing big data and connected device revolution—a profound change that is proving to have a large impact on our lives today.
Join other digital leaders and tech savvy professionals for in-depth training through the various preconference workshops offered at the Technology Conference. Last year’s topics included:
Digital Convergence: A CEO-CXO Summit, where attendees learned how to turn challenges into growth opportunities, embrace risk-taking, and get their associations ahead of game-changing digital trends.
Ctrl-Alt-Del: Dissolving Tech and Marketing Silos, where attendees explored how an integrated MarTech department model works, learned about unique organizational structures, and determined the best methods for attracting and retaining talent.
Reboot: Women in Technology, where attendees discussed the global tech talent shortage, how digital fluency is an increasingly essential core leadership competency, and why there is enormous opportunity for women in the industry.
To help you get the best experience, we note the level of each of our sessions. Focus in on what is most relevant and beneficial to you by looking for the icons identifying the level of learning you’re looking for.
Focus on awareness and factual recall; appropriate for those with limited experience of the subject area seeking introductory understanding of the content areas.
Focus on understanding and comprehension; appropriate for those with some experience seeking to build on, apply, or enhance existing knowledge using content in practical applications to master concepts.
Focus on application and implementation of highly technical or detailed topics; appropriate for those with substantial prerequisite knowledge seeking the most up-to-date information to heighten expertise.