Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- 600 information technology, security, and tech management pros will gather in Columbia Tuesday.
Among the attendees, many nationally and internationally renowned experts in various technology fields will be in attendance at the Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia from 8AM to 5PM October 1st.
One highlight of Tuesday's event: one keynote speech by Jim Stickley, the developer of TraceSecurity software, that helps organizations achieve, maintain and demonstrate IT security compliance, along with authoring Truth About Identity; along with Stickley, author Alex Fong, who penned Confessions Of An Identity Thief, will deliver a Keynote as well.
The day-long conference will present attendees with world-class sessions and hands-on training presented by IT industry leaders and experts from around the world.
Session topics include: mobile device security compliance; cloud productivity vs. on-premise productivity; EMC storage and backup; Cisco networking/wireless; a best of VMWare VMworld 2013 recap; virtual desktop infrastructure; Microsoft Windows 8 & Windows 2013; VMWare virtualization; data analytics for financial, healthcare & legal; backup options & disaster recovery; building a secure infrastructure for databases; antivirus; and spam filters.
There will also be a roundtable discussion with Chief Information Officers from various companies including SCANA, Comporium, Seibels Insurance Technology & Services, and Turner Padgett Law Firm.
Online advance registration is $36. Online advance student registration is $8 with a valid student ID shown at the door. ALL day of event registration is $75 at the door.
Registration includes breakfast & lunch, all sessions, EXPO Hall, Career Corner, and more.
For a complete schedule of sessions and to register in advance, visit www.carolinatechnologyconference.com.