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12pm CT / 1pm ET
The IT channel is in flux. New players, emerging technologies, different customers, blossoming partnerships, and more, have combined to also make this a dynamic time to be in the business of technology. But it’s also a tenuous one. The disruption of the digital age has changed how the industry does business dramatically. There are fears about government regulation of the tech industry at large, along with general economic concerns. Such worries often prompt the question of the channel’s role and relevance in the future. The research report will explore that question, while highlighting where today’s providers see opportunities and challenges, how they are embracing new technologies, and how they are reacting to an expanding universe of players that now have a role in the sale of technology to the public.
Digital Selling and Social Media with SUSE
530pm - 800pm
AITP Atlanta is excited to have Tom Taylor return as our discussion leader for our February Chapter meeting regarding autonomous vehicles and smart cities. Three years ago, Tom guided a riveting discussion on autonomous vehicles that covered everything from the vehicle technology to the smart city infrastructure necessary to make this a reality. Now, Tom is back to share his knowledge on the topic and the vast innovation that has progressed in a short 3-year period.
Tom Taylor has worked on a wide range of business and technology systems from early IBM advanced office products to airborne military antenna systems to autonomous vehicles.