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#Women4Women Opening Forum at SUP-X – July 26

#Women4Women Opening Forum at SUP-X – July 26

Next Thursday, join us for the Startup Expo.

General Admission Normally $99,
SherlockTalent Subscribers $59,
Use Code – 2018SUPXGA59.

2018 SUP-X #w4w press release.

SFTA President Tammy Kennedy to Present Opening Remarks

SUP-X – The StartUp Expo presented by South Florida Technology Alliance, – programming will include an opening forum devoted to female founders, entrepreneurs, investors, business leaders and technologists. The three hour-long forum, called #women4women, will be the opening event of SUP-X. Open remarks will be presented by SFTA President Tammy Kenedy. The forum will include two panels on raising capital and entrepreneurship, a keynote address by direct deal expert and business builder, Samira Salman, and specialized networking for the forum participants.

Visit the SUP-X event website

 

SUP-X The Startup Expo July 26, 2018

Job of the Week: Systems Administrator – Miami, Florida

Job of the Week: Systems Administrator – Miami, Florida

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SherlockTalent is actively looking for a Systems Administrator professional in Miami. Ideal candidate will be responsible for managing, monitoring, patching and upgrading in-house server/computer systems and network devices. Candidate will participate in the planning and implementation of policies and procedures.

Responsibilities:

  • Must be proficient in:
    • Disaster Recovery
    • Patch Management
    • Server Administration
    • Monitoring
    • Unified Communications
    • Asset Management
    • Network and Printing
    • Capacity Planning
    • R&D
    • Documentation
  • Contribute in the planning and the development of long-term strategic goals for systems and software
  • Implement desktop and server systems utilizing best practices
  • Responsible of defining, imaging and deploying workstations, servers, printers, scanners, firewalls, encryption systems, and all host security systems
  • Manage and maintain the infrastructure of the server system environment
  • Manage all operating systems and end-user software
  • Ensure Recovery Time Objective and Recovery Point Objective are met to comply with data backup policies
  • Manage, maintain the monitoring system for all servers and network devices
  • Responsible of managing and maintaining all the Unified Communications and connection solutions, including workstation connectivity, local area networks and SharePoint Intranet
  • Administer input/output equipment
  • In charge of Active Directory, end user accounts, permissions, access rights, and storage allocations
  • Perform and test routine system backups and restores
  • Anticipate, mitigate, identify, troubleshoot, and resolve hardware and software problems, escalating incidents as necessary
  • Maintenance of network inventory
  • Recommend, schedule, and perform software and hardware improvements, upgrades, patches, reconfigurations, and purchases
  • Create required reports and documentation in response for user needs.
  • Develop, document, and maintain policies, procedures and associated training plans for system administration and appropriate use.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in related field
  • 5+ years as Systems/Network Administrator
  • Proven knowledge of Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2, and 2016
  • Bilingual Spanish and English

Bonus skills:

  • Networking knowledge a plus
  • MCSA/MCSE, MCITP, NET+, CCNA certifications a plus

 

SherlockTalent loves to share a $500 referral bonus!

“U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor at this time.”

Advantage Miami: One Community One Goal Annual Report to the Community – Jul 25

Advantage Miami: One Community One Goal Annual Report to the Community – Jul 25

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Annual Report to the Community Celebrates its Sixth Anniversary at Marlins Park

This year marks the sixth anniversary of the One Community One Goal’s initiative and we’re hitting a home run! This year’s One Community One Goal Annual Report to the Community will be held at the Marlins Park on July 25th.

The home team lineup looks like this:

  • Keynote speaker: Mark Wilson, President and CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce, will inspire the audience during the main program which will take place between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m;
  • This year’s One Community One Goal highlights will be provided by: Co-Chairs Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez;Maria C. Alonso, President & CEO, United Way of Miami-Dade and Penny S. Shaffer, Ph.D., Market President, South Florida, Florida Blue.

Attendance is expected to exceed 1,000 business and community leaders from more than 500 companies (including corporate CEOs, university presidents, entrepreneurs and elected officials).

Incredible sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Joseph E. HovancakSenior Vice President, Development and One Community One Goal, at [email protected].

Register Today

When: July 25, 2018 @ 7:45 pm – 11:30 pm
Where: Marlins Park
501 Marlins Way
Miami, FL 33125
USA

 

 

SUP-X The Startup Expo – Jul 26

SUP-X The Startup Expo – Jul 26

Join us for SUP-X 2018!

The premier annual conference that brings together startup and earlystage entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists and related service providers from throughout North America.

SUP-X: The StartUp Expo presented by South Florida Technology Alliance is an international conference and expo held each year in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. SUP-X will be on July 26th this year. Some 1000-1500 startup and early-stage entrepreneurs, angel and VC investors, related services providers and those interested in startups and entrepreneurship from throughout the Americas and the Caribbean are expected to attend.

Visit: https://www.sup-x.org/ for more info

SUP-X The Startup Expo July 26, 2018

2-Day Workshop Value-Driven and Adaptive Planning – Jul 23-24

2-Day Workshop Value-Driven and Adaptive Planning – Jul 23-24

The accelerated rate of change brought about by the volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous nature of today’s world requires a value driven, iterative, and adaptive approach to requirements and planning.

This popular, hands-on workshop offers participants the first-hand knowledge, experience, and confidence to tackle the requirements and planning of products, solutions, and services using an Agile, value driven and adaptive approach. This 2-day experiential journey has participants working through a real-world problem to learn creative, collaborative and engaging techniques to take it from a vision to valuable outcomes – using short feedback loops and an adaptive, iterative and incremental approach.

Mon, Jul 23, 2018, 9:00 AM – Tue, Jul 24, 2018, 5:00 PM EDT

 

Value-Driven and Adaptive Planning Workshop with Anjali Leon

Now Selling Fast! 11th Annual CIO Golf Outing – Sep 21

Now Selling Fast! 11th Annual CIO Golf Outing – Sep 21

In Support of the CIO Council Scholarship Fund

Welcome to the 11th Annual CIO Golf Outing

With sponsorship opportunities starting at just $300, we’ve made taking part in the most anticipated golf outing of the year easier than ever.

Good to know: You sponsorship dollars contribute directly to the success of the CIO Council Scholarship Fund which to date has awarded over 20 scholarships to deserving young students in the Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Our Golf Packages include:

  • Awards and Prizes
    • 1st Place Foursome Award
    • 2nd Place Foursome Award
    • 3rd Place Foursome Award
    • Men’s and Ladies’ longest drive
    • Men’s and Ladies’ closest to the pin
  • Breakfast
  • Practice Range
  • 2 Roaming Drink Carts
  • Golf Cart and all fees
  • 4-person scramble
  • Mulligans available for purchase during registration
  • Catered luncheon and awards reception
  • Great raffle prizes
  • Tremendous networking and camaraderie
  • Fees support the CIO Council Scholarship Fund

Click here for golf and sponsorship packages

11th Annual CIO Golf Outing

ONLY $1500 ALL-IN! ITPalooza 2018 Sponsorship – Dec 13

ONLY $1500 ALL-IN! ITPalooza 2018 Sponsorship – Dec 13

Where else can you exhibit at an all-day event that attracts 2000 local and regional Technology Professionals for ONLY $1500?

Gold Package Vendor Table In Stock

You are invited to join the largest gathering of the South Florida technology community for ITPalooza 2018. You’ll connect with peers and industry experts, attend technology education sessions presented by regional and national subject matter experts all while experiencing the best IT and Technology available in our region.

Thursday, December 13, 2018
Ft. Lauderdale-Broward County Convention Center
1950 Eisenhower Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: (954) 765-5900
Parking for 3000 cars available at the Convention Center
Doors open at 8:00 AM

Print it out or eMail it to a colleague!

Download the Official ITP18 Sponsorship Prospectus.

If you need a convenient PDF document to forward to a colleague or friend, download the official ITP18 sponsorship opportunities price list.

Tickets now Available TEDx Boca Raton – Oct 12, 2018

Tickets now Available TEDx Boca Raton – Oct 12, 2018

Tickets on sale now!

Day-of Event Details: The Regisration Desk opens at 4:00 PM on Friday, October 12. The first talk starts promptly at 6:00 PM.

Present your ticket(s) included in your Email Confirmation to the registration desk to receive your event credential.

Agenda:

Session 1: 6:00 PM – 7:30PM
Sustenance Break: 7:30PM – 8:45PM
Session 2: 9:00PM – 10:30PM

About TEDx Boca Raton

Our theme for this TEDxBocaRaton event is, “Innovation: Reinventing Yourself.”

Please notice that our theme logo is surrounded by an amorphous shape, which represents the idea that there isn’t necessarily a formula for “reinventing yourself.” We chose this theme because we’re fascinated by the way people and businesses reinvent themselves through innovation, and then somehow they do it again. Apple is likely the best known example of a company that has reinvented itself. It started out as a computer company, and then disrupted other various industries (e.g. music, cell phone, tablet) through innovation and reinvention. But this theme is not just limited to people and companies, it encompasses economies, industries and even animals. To understand our theme requires putting a definition to the word “innovation.”

Early Blockchain Implementations will barely be Visible – Hyperledger

Early Blockchain Implementations will barely be Visible – Hyperledger

Early uses of blockchain will barely be visible, says Hyperledger’s Brian Behlendorf

The blockchain revolution is coming, but you might not see it. That’s the view of Brian Behlendorf, executive director of the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project.

Speaking at the TC Sessions: Blockchain event in Zug, Switzerland, Behlendorf explained that much of the innovation that the introduction of blockchains are primed to happen behind this the scenes unbeknownst to most.

“For a lot of consumers, you’re not going to realize when the bank or a web form at a government website or when you go to LinkedIn and start seeing green check marks against people’s claims that they attended this university — which are all behind-the-scenes that will likely involve blockchain,” Behlendorf told interviewer John Biggs.

“This is a revolution in storage and networking and consumers.”

As for where blockchain might make a big impact, Behlendorf said he believes that the area of online identity is particularly ripe for change. Rather than relying on central systems such as Facebook or Twitter to hold information, blockchain solutions can potentially store information more securely and with more utility thanks to self-sovereign ID systems.

“That’s what gets me up in the morning more than almost every other use case,” Behlendorf said. “I think we’ve got something of a solution but’s only going to work if the end user experience of managing your identity and your personal data is made easy and made fluid. It [has to] feel something like your wallet when you pull out your driver’s license and show it.”

Read the complete article: https://techcrunch.com/2018/07/06/early-uses-of-blockchain-will-barely-be-visible/