My guest this week is Reggie Wilkerson, Director of Enterprise Data Management at the State Department Federal Credit Union. Reggie’s one of the few guys that is really dominating data.
While running my CIO Innovation Insider series recently, I noticed that a lot of conversations have been around data analytics, business intelligence, data warehousing, and data visualization. Continue reading →
Every month, I facilitate a roundtable IT Security conversation with some of the brightest CIOs in the tech world. Topics cover the landscape a CIO is involved with on a daily basis such as: Leadership, IT Security, Innovation, and Business Applications among other things. As the moderator of this discussion, I dive deep into the topics to get to the root of the problem to better enable the group to offer suggestions.
What I have been hearing is fascinating as the issues a CIO is facing is largely the same across industries. I want to take a moment and discuss 3 key areas that I am hearing.
RedZone Technologies is proud to announce the commencement of the RedZone Managed Disaster Recovery Site. The RZ DR Site is located in Maryland and has a number of great features including: networking, generator power, work space, office space, rack space, hosted virtual environments, and more.
The knowledgeable RedZone Project and MSP Teams offer Disaster Recovery services in-house, without outsourced contractors, to ensure a high level of consistency and quality. A customer centric solution, the single-purpose facility is creatively designed to house only a select number of RedZone customers. RedZone’s goal is to provide the customer with simple, customized, feasible DR systems that work.
Proving the effectiveness of the new RZ DR Site, RedZone will use the facility as its own DR Site as well. Contact RedZone Technologies today to discuss available Disaster Recovery solutions.
On October 7’th, at Compass Pointe Golf Course in Pasadena, Maryland Mid-Atlantic region executives enjoyed playing in RedZone’s annual free golf tournament. Participants represented local companies and financial institutions who are current and future clientele of RedZone and sponsors.
The Tournament was sponsored by vendors in the international information technology industry as well as small and medium sized local business entities. Golf players were provided with brunch, snacks, dinner, 18 holes of golf, and a post-game reception. The reception included entertainment, raffles, and tournament prizes.
RedZone Technologies plans this fun event every year as way to reach out and connect with other small businesses in the area, expand client bases, and spread goodwill. Play with RedZone and friends again next fall and take advantage of a great opportunity to support the community and your business!