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November 01, 2016

QTS Travels: What’s in Store for November

Fall is in full swing and we are hitting the road for some of the year’s most exciting and engaging events this month. The QTS team will be networking with the Chicago business community and learning more about the opportunities and challenges area companies are facing.

Plus, election month wouldn’t be complete without a trip to our nation’s capital to engage with public and private thought leaders and get expert insight on what’s happening in the constantly evolving landscape of the Internet of Things.

iot emerge – Chicago, IL
November 2-3

This conference promises a lively start with a kick-off keynote from one of the world’s most notorious hackers, Pablos Holman. We excited to dive into how hacking is impacting innovation, the future of the IoT and IoT’s role in world-wide growth. Register here to attend.

NVTC Capital Cybersecurity Summit – Tysons Corner, VA
November 2-3
The Washington D.C. Area isn’t just home to our nation’s government and thousands of defense contractors, it’s also a hub for Fortune 1000 companies and technology startups. With cybersecurity at the forefront after international hackers targeted the Democratic National Convention, this year’s event will focus on emerging technologies and solutions entering the field and the region’s contributions to cybersecurity as a whole. Learn more about the event here.

Potomac Officers Club 2016 Cybersecurity Forum – Falls Church, VA
November 3
With a powerhouse panel made up of speakers from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Office of Personnel Management and The Chertoff Group, the Potomac Officers Club will be offering members and visitors an in-depth discussion about cybersecurity strategies and threats. Click here to learn more about the event and expert panel.

TAG Southeastern Software Association: MegaTrends – Sandy Springs, GA
November 9
The Technology Association of Georgia is hosting a panel of industry experts who will discuss the need for computer security versus the requirement to protect data privacy and users’ information. Experts on hand include Dr. Benn Konsynski from Emory University, Agent Chad Hunt from the FBI, QTS CISO Andrew Wild, Alexander Woollcott from Morris, Manning & Martin, Roger Maler from AT&T and McKesson’s Al King. Click here to learn more and register.

Pro-Business, Pro-Chicago Supported by Mid-Market Chicago – Chicago, IL
November 15
At the first event in a new series hosted by the Chicago Chamber of Commerce at the iconic Drake Hotel, attendees can look forward to two expert panel discussions made up of dynamic business leaders from the Windy City. Panelists will be discussing what attracted them to the Chicago area and how they have grown their businesses there. Don’t miss out, register now!
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