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It's hard to believe that RSA Conference 2015 was just last week! Did you miss attending it this year? That's ok! We live tweeted the entire conference, so take a moment to catch up on all the exciting things that happened last week, by reading our tweets.Enjoy!
98% of employees access business applications from their mobile device outside the office. Many enterprises were caught off guard by the rapid adoption of mobile. In less than a decade, organizations have moved from locked down BlackBerry devices to the chaotic BYOD free-for-all of today. With this trend, three big enterprise challenges surrounding mobile have emerged: complexity, connectivity, and speed.
Interop is just around the corner. I am sure there will be plenty of thought provoking content about how to transform IT, flashy demos, and SDN everywhere you look. But let's not forget the reality of most IT organizations today.
Experts from Akamai's Media & Entertainment team will be participating in a host of conference panels, partner workshops and in-booth presentations during the 2015 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
If the industry had stuck with "Ultra High Definition" as the generic label for 4K video resolution, chances are pretty good that we wouldn't be doing road races during major tradeshows. But with 4K becoming a generally accepted term, it was practically an obligation that somebody came up with a way to tie it into a run.
On Tuesday, February 24th, Akamai had the honor of being a sponsor at the inaugural Lead On: Silicon Valley Conference For Women. 5,000 women attended the event, which featured big name keynote speakers including, Diane Von Furstenberg, Candy Chang, Kara Swisher, Brene Brown and Hillary Clinton, along with two speakers from Akamai - Susan LaPointe (Vice President of Human Resource Operations), and myself! As I have done for previous conferences,
Akamai Edge 2014 may have wrapped up last week, but it's all we can think about! We had such a great time with all of you in Miami, and we hope you had a great time with us as well. With over 1,500 attendees, it was our largest Akamai Edge yet. Ready to relive a little bit of it? Check out our social story! What was your favorite part of
"Stand still at your own risk." The warning from Cheryl Ainoa of Intuit stood starkly on the MainStage screen at the Velocity Conference 2014 in Santa Clara, California. Not an uncommon warning of course - certainly not anything that those in the audience had not heard before. But what followed, advice from a company that has itself survived several significant market disruptions since the 80s was both valuable and actionable.
Tl;dr version: Last week at the Velocity Conference I saw a 7 year old girl (and her father) make a presentation and get a standing ovation. Got your attention now?