Join Special Agent Lee from the Portland FBI to look at the regional, national, and international landscape of cybersecurity.
Speaker:Special Agent Lee
Office 365 and Azure are an undisputed success, making Microsoft the most valuable company in the world.
Yet we are still only a few years into a 20 year transformation of how Microsoft helps companies succeed. Microsoft will continue to be a foundation for building applications, with the stated goal to "empower every person and organization to achieve more". But Microsoft will also increasingly becoming an active participant in business processes that are automated by the PowerPlatform, Teams and SharePoint. This is a dramatic shift in the way IT professionals think about applications going forward. This session will help you position your company (and yourself) for greater success as your company either begins the move to the cloud, or as you seek to realize more value from your Office 365 investment.
Over 80% of the Fortune 500 companies in the US have a Cloud First strategy for data and applications.
Today nearly half of all apps available in every app store have some level of AI or Machine Learning built into them, and it all starts with data.
Gartner predicts that through 2020, 95 percent of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.
The naive belief that cloud providers are entirely responsible for their customers’ security means that many enterprises are failing to address how their employees use external applications, leaving them free to share huge amounts of often-inappropriate data with other employees, external parties and sometimes the entire Internet. So, what can they do? What options are available for organizations who do want to protect their information when using a Cloud Service like Office 365? Microsoft Office 365 and Azure offers numerous methodologies to protect your data. Data Loss Prevention, Risky Sign-ins, Encryption, Information Protection, etc. are just a few options of security technologies you can use. But when do you use what? In this session, we will provide you an overview of all the technology available with guidelines on what to use when. Are you looking for an overview of Microsoft Cloud Security? This is the session you can’t miss.
Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, and Power BI built with Dynamics unlocks opportunity for the enterprise to build business applications rapidly. In this presentation Derek Nishino will provide a strategic overview of the possibilities.
Businesses across the Pacific Northwest are bringing Power BI to mobile devices, public facing websites, extranets, and far beyond the online service. This presentation will demystify what types of Power BI licensing your organization will need to bring Power BI to your customers, your mobile employees, on-premise, and everywhere you can imagine.
Businesses need to ensure regulatory requirements are complied with, consumption of cloud services are billed to the correct business units and maintain security across the environment. Governance needs to be considered early in cloud adoption to ensure the successful use of the cloud within the enterprise.
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Join Marquam for a discussion on bringing real IoT solutions to market.
In this presentation we will look at AED Sentinel (http://www.readisys.com/aed-sentinel/) and how Computer Vision is bundled with IoT to bring a solution to market.
In this presentation Patterson Cake will run through a scenario based on a real-world incident he responded to and helped remediate earlier this year: spear phishing campaign, senior HR resource gives away creds, more creds compromised, mad dash to enable Azure MFA, what worked, and what didn't. Names changed to protect the innocent.
What does the roadmap from Skype to Microsoft Teams look like, how far down the path is Microsoft already, and what is going to happen next? How seriously should you be looking at Microsoft Teams?
Got lots of data, but not sure of what to do with it? This session will walk you through the best steps to get the most insightful story from your dataset. Demo will be using free data from a variety of data sources; we will transform the data into a story that will either raise aditional questions or solve an existing issue.
"All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Half a decade into DevOps, we've seen some organizations make the leap into DevOps very successfully - and several very spectacular disasters. Something very simple and fundamental separates the winning approaches from the failed transformations.
Over the past two years we've interviewed thought leaders from Microsoft, Google, Etsy, Puppet, TicketMaster, Humana, Chef, and others to try to solve this mystery. We'll present the results of this research and expose some hidden pitfalls and misconceptions that often stall out large enterprises. Metrics will take center stage as we demonstrate how to make your approach phased, low-risk, and wildly successful in improving the way your customers deliver and support software. This will be a highly interactive session as we want your stumpers and specific scenarios as a foundation for our discussion.
Why utilizing threat detection in the cloud is important. Choosing an effective solution. Maintaining the solution. What to monitor . Outsourcing may be more cost effective
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Presto is a distributed ANSI SQL engine designed for running interactive analytics queries. Presto outshines other data processing engines when used for business intelligence (BI) or data discovery because of its ability to join terabytes of unstructured and structured data in seconds, or cache queries intermittently for a rapid response upon later runs.
Presto can also be used in place of other well known interactive open-source query engine such as Impala, Hive or traditional SQL data warehouses.
Why Presto is better suited for ad-hoc queries than other engines like Apache Spark
How to jumpstart analysts across your organization to harness the power of your big data
How to generate interactive or ad hoc queries or scheduled reports using Qubole and Presto
Real-world examples of companies using Presto
Cloud based business continuity and disaster recovery is one of the most commonly adopted solutions. This presentation will cover common questions, licensing costs, and technology considerations behind Microsoft Azure’s disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).
With the journey to the cloud, companies try to protect their data by adding additional layers of security.
One of those security measurements that Office 365 provides is Data Loss Prevention or DLP. It was already available for quite some time in Exchange Online, but it also made its way into SharePoint Online. In this session, we are going to cover why and how to use DLP in Office 365 and SharePoint Online to prevent sensitive data from leaving the company. With DLP we are going to show how to add another layer of business security based on data-driven by business. Make your data more secure with Data Loss Prevention.
Manage the SharePoint site sprawl and create the right sites for the right users.
We will explore the basic site provisioning capabilities that SharePoint Online provides and then show how we can automate this with a request, approval and fully automated creation process. And then we can layer on policies so that orphaned sites are automatically deleted when they are no longer needed.
This is a deep dive into the new Azure Consumption Insights connector and how you can flexibly visualize your Azure spending in Power BI.
Chris Weis has been collaborating with the Azure Cost Management product team and built a dashboard to monitor Columbia Sportswear’s Azure consumption. This presentation applies to everyone deploying Azure with an Enterprise Agreement. Chris will also include tips for saving money on Power BI, show PowerApps for data-writeback within a dashboard, and offer a few visualization tricks.
Serverless Computing offers numerous advantageous in terms of billing, scalability, and reduced infrastructure. Samuel will describe the Azure services which enable a serverless platform to developer intelligent applications faster than ever.
Like any local conference, we strongly believe in fostering an environment of education and sharing that incorporates all people. As such, we are firmly committed to creating an environment and community of professionalism that respects personal boundaries and does not tolerate unacceptable behavior. This extends to before the conference, at the event, and afterward. Anyone using inappropriate words, imagery, or contact will be excluded from this event and future events. If you have a concern, either for yourself or other people, please immediately contact Joe Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org.