Date: November 1, 2013
Time: 09:30 AM to 02:00 PM
Location: 2600 Woodbridge Avenue , Edison, NJ

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The explosion of mobility, both in the enterprise and consumer environments, has challenged the way we have traditionally deployed network infrastructure. The density of user devices is rapidly overtaking the network on which it rides. The advancements of RF standards for data transport are making it increasingly difficult to keep up with and plan for the future.

This talk explores this challenging landscape and addresses the applications, performance, and security concerns of such a rapidly developing technology sector. Consideration of bandwidth requirements, consumption models, user interaction, and network capacity will be discussed with the goal of providing a clear outline of elements to consider when planning for a mobile-ready infrastructure.

Speaker: Lee Waskevich CCIE #7764, CISSP

9:30 AM welcome
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Lee is National Practice Director – Security with ePlus Technology. His duties include got-to-market strategy for security & mobility solutions. Some highlighted projects accomplished at ePlus Technology include successful completion of large scale wireless deployments including location services and voice services, large VPN designs and implementations, complete security deployments involving firewalls, IDS and authentication/authorization methods. These technologies have been implemented across both the enterprise and public sector customer networks and take into consideration the unique challenges and requirements of both environments. He holds CCIE certification in route/switch, security, and wireless disciplines.

12 – 2 DRG Working Lunch: Round Table

Sandy One year later:

* How was your Institution Impacted?
* What was the biggest surprise for your organization?
* What have you learned?
* What have you accomplished in the year since to prepare for the next super storm?
* What do you still need to complete to be prepared?