How can you continue to leverage the latest and greatest that flash can offer if you aren’t able to have it integrate with what you bought yesterday? Investing in flash technology on the road to an all flash datacenter starts with putting that toe in the pond. We hope to provide perspective so that you can step into that pond and have it grow today, tomorrow and in the coming years.
The IT worker and the CFO often live indifferent worlds, but when it comes to budgets, these worlds collide ̶ sometimes violently. This panel will explore ways to approach IT Budgeting that facilitate a peaceful convergence between the IT department and Executives where the goals of the organization are aligned with its technology.
Craig Sanders • Director of Information Technology, Center for Excellence in Higher Education.
Dean Glanville • Directorof Technology Support, Canyons School District
Ron Boyer • IT Director, Summit County
David Clark • IT Director, Kirton McConkie
Governor Gary R. Herbert appointed Keith Squires to serve in his cabinet as Utah’s Commissioner of Public Safety in June 2013. Commissioner Squires is responsible for the Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS), which consists of the Utah Highway Patrol, State Bureau of Investigation, State Crime Lab, Statewide Information and Analysis Center, Bureau of Criminal Identification, State Fire Marshal’s Office, Division of Emergency Management, Peace Officer Standards and Training, Driver License Division and Highway Safety Division. Utah DPS provides statewide public safety services with over 1,500 employees, of which 520 are sworn state law enforcement officers. Squires additionally serves as the Governor’s Homeland Security Advisor and has extensive experience in state and local law enforcement and public safety services. He has promoted through all ranks of DPS during his career and served in key agency positions, including Deputy Commissioner, Director of the State Bureau of Investigation, Assistant Superintendent of the Utah Highway Patrol and Director of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
Squires is recognized nationally for his expertise in various law enforcement and homeland security services. He currently serves on the following committees: National Governors Association Homeland Security Advisors Council Executive Committee (Chair 2011-2012), National Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council (Chair 2012-2013), U.S. Director of National Intelligence State and Local, Law Enforcement Partners Advisory Board, Rocky Mountain Information Network Executive Policy Board, Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Executive Board, Utah Emergency Management Administrative Council (Co-Chair with Lt. Governor), and the Utah Commission on Criminal & Juvenile Justice.
Squires holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a master’s degree in Homeland Security and Defense from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. His 2009 master’s thesis is titled Critical Accountability: Preventing and Interdicting Terrorist Activity in the U.S. by Effectively Utilizing State and Local Law Enforcement. Squires is a 2004 graduate of the FBI National Academy, Session 216 in Quantico, VA. He is also a 2014 graduate of the FBI National Executive Institute, Session 37, and is a Senior Fellow at George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security.
Keeping disaster recovery efforts simple — and remembering the simple things when implementing these plans — is a sure way to keep employees comfortable during a crisis, make recovery efficient, and reduce resulting downtime throughout the process. With simplicity comes results, and when trouble strikes, that is what a business needs most: positive results.
Learn how — Join Centrify for a discussion of the architectural, security and operational considerations for adopting a single, unified approach to managing mission-critical servers, SaaS resources and mobile devices.
Overcome enterprise identity challenges:
• Discover the benefits of centralized authentication, authorization, policy, and auditing for IT resources across the data center, cloud and mobile
• Learn about approaches for managing privileged user access to Windows, UNIX and Linux servers – both on-premise and in the cloud – as well as apps.
• Find out how to address password sprawl with secure, controlled access to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps and other cloud services across PCs, iOS and Android devices.
• Where complex applications like VDI, databases, and virtualization can improve from the performance boost of flash
• How far flash has come in terms of reliability and price
• What the next five years of data center innovation will look like so you can be on the cutting edge
|Abraham Lkololli||Deputy Chief/Information Systems Manager||Utah Transit Athourity|
|Andre Finlinson||Director, Technical Operations||LBiSat, LLC|
|Ashley Dreier||Chief Information Officer||HealthEquity|
|Ben Harper||Senior Manager – Unified Communications||Rio Tinto|
|Brian Long||Vice President, Information Technology||Bear River Mutual Ins., Co.|
|Bryan Henson||Manager, Information Technology||Hunt Electric|
|Bryan Johnson||Information Systems Security Officer||Quantum Dynamics|
|Calvin Zulich||Director, Technology||Stevens Henager College|
|Carol Finegan||Chief Information Officer||Franklin Covey|
|Chad Thurman||Information Technology Manager||University of Utah|
|Chris Nelson||Manager, Information Technology||ADP Advanced MD|
|Coby Nielsen||Senior System Administrator||Advanced MD|
|Cory Brown||Director, Information Systems||Consulmed|
|Dan Anderson||Chief Information Security Officer||Spectra Consulting Group|
|Dan Bulkley||Director, Infrastructure Operations||LDS Church – FamilySearch|
|David Clark||Director, Information Technology||Kirton McConkie|
|David Fletcher||Chief Technology Officer||State of Utah|
|Deal Daly||Chief Information Officer||Ancestry.com|
|Derek Howard||Manager, Information Technology||Utah State Office of Education|
|Ernie Nielsen||Managing Director, Enterprise Project Management||Brigham Young University|
|George Sturua||Director, Infrastructure||Stampin’UP! Inc.|
|Jake Schroeder||Infrastructure Security Manager||HireVue|
|Jason Struck||Manager, Network Engineering||Salt Lake City Corporation|
|JD Brown||Director, Information Technology||Prime Holdings Insurance Svcs.|
|Jed Stowers||Manager, Information Technology||Miche|
|Jeff Brohamer||Director, Information Technology||Sera Prognostics, Inc.|
|Jeff West||Director, Information Security||Questar|
|Jim Bolinder||Technical Operations Sr. Manager||Nu Skin USA|
|Joe Sferrazza||Director, Information Technology||S*Power|
|John Cockett||Chief Information Officer||Oneida School District|
|Jon Huntsman||Director of Member Services||Utah Technology Council|
|Jon Shurtliff||Director, Information Technology||3-Form|
|Joshua Bullough||Vice President / President Elect||ARMA|
|Karl West||Chief Information Security Officer||Intermountain Healthcare|
|Keming Zhou||Manager Applications||Rio Tinto|
|Kris Duckworth||Vice President of Technology||Davinci Virtual|
|Michael Wilkinson||Director, Information Technology||Spillman Technologies|
|Neal Francom||Chief Information Security Officer||LDS Church|
|Nevin Anderson||Director, Information Technology||MityLite|
|Nyle Stoddard||Manager, Information Security||RR Donnelley|
|Randall Crowther||Manager, Information Technology||Cache County, UT|
|Robert Frailey||Information Systems Manager||Utah Medical Products|
|Robert Jorgensen||Cyber Security Program Manager||Utah Valley University|
|Ron Boyer||Director, Information Technology||Summit County, Utah|
|Scott Foster||Assistant Vice President, Network and Security Manager||Merrick Bank|
|Scott Olson||Chief Information Officer||Autoliv|
|Sebastian Jakins||Information Technology Manager||Clinical Innovations|
|Shawn Young||Manager, Technical Services||Barnes Aerospace|
|Shelly Belflower||Director, Academic Technologies||Weber State University|
|Steve Howard||Manager, Information Technology||Alliant Techsystems|
|Steve Tanguay||Date Center Supervisor||Nu Skin USA|
|Toby Garcia||Director, Information Technology||Visit Salt Lake|
|Tom Judd||Manager, Information Technology||Hotdocs|
|Tyler Germer||Manager, Information Technology||Advanced MD|
Salt Palace Convention Center
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UTA’s Temple Square Station (#2) is a convenient hub for many bus routes and is located just one block north of the Convention Center on South Temple, near the intersection with West Temple.
Parking at the Salt Palace Convention Center (SPCC) is available seven days a week. The SPCC offers two convenient covered parking garages with great customer service staff to help you with your needs, and 24×7 security. One garage is located at 200 South 185 West (south end has 600 stalls) and the other garage is located at 50 South 300 West (north west end has 400 stalls). The current parking rate is $7 per day, payable upon entry.
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