Kickstart your knowledge in 2018
Christmas is just around the corner and the year is coming to a close.
Usually this last quarter is one of the busiest of the year for the companies as the last orders needs to be closed before the financial year closes.
So when January comes we should be filled with renewed energy and a lot of new years resolutions that needs to be fulfilled.
One of them could be how to advance our skillset, maybe get inspired to take on new projects to move the business forward or simply just meet some old or maybe new friends and get a feeling of what direction the industry is heading in 2018.
Here are a couple of the “must attend” events in the first quarter of 2018, both in Copenhagen.
January 11th – Price: FREE
This would be my fourth Nordic VMUG Conference and is the absolute “go to” virtualisation event of the year. I’m still amazed by the growth in participants each year (although not surprised). This has to be one of the best user groups with a lot of community interaction and contribution. The Conference is organised by the community leaders and as such is a non-commercial event although sponsored session will be part of the program.
The program is online and features a lot of exciting speakers and sessions relevant for both IT managers, architects and administrators.
(Don’t miss the networking event after the official program has ended)
So head over to the VMUG site and register today
March 8th – Price: FREE
This is the 12th annual edition of the leading security focused event in Denmark, with industri experts and field engineers talking about the latest developments in digital threats and threat mitigation.
The program will feature sessions that apply for both the management level, security officers and engineers alike.
It’s free to attend and the program covers the whole day with up to four tracks guaranteed to make you attendance worth while. A networking event will conclude the day.
Register now and get updated on the latest threats and how to mitigate them.
(be aware that this event is primarily in Danish)