Join us today for the 2014 IWCE Virtual Show
It’s December, and that means year-end work, planning for next year, and holiday shopping and traveling. It also means that it is time for the annual IWCE Virtual Show, where members of the communications industry can interact and learn from the convenience of their computers, instead of having to travel to another city and sleep in a hotel room.
Today is the day, and it’s not too late to participate—you can register here (for free) and, within minutes, you can participate in all of the activities. Beginning at 11:00 a.m. Eastern time, use the interactive platform to visit our sponsors’ virtual booths and network with colleagues, whether they are new acquaintances or longtime friends.
And, of course, make sure you take advantage of the educational sessions, which will kick off at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time with the latest in our “State of the States” webinar series (sponsored by General Dynamics C4 Systems) that is moderated by Robert LeGrande, founder of The Digital Decision, and features panelists from FirstNet and leaders of FirstNet-related efforts in states or territories.
After that session, you can choose from three concurrent webinars on hot topics in the industry. Later in the day, we’ll have general sessions that will explore challenges associated with cybersecurity and the state of the industry. A complete listing of the webinar offerings is below (times are Eastern):
· 11:30-12:30: Webinar 1 – State of the State: FirstNet Update
· 1:00-2:00: Webinar 2A – Digital Communications: Defining RF and IT
· 1:00-2:00: Webinar 2B – What’s Next for Critical Infrastructure and the National Broadband Plan?
· 1:00-2:00: Webinar 2C – Public Safety Application Development
· 2:30-3:30: Webinar 3 – Cybersecurity is Everyone’s Concern
· 4:00-5:00: Webinar 4 – State of the Industry: What's on Your Mind?
Even if your schedule prevents you from participating fully today, please consider registering for the 2014 IWCE Virtual Show. After the IWCE Virtual Show closes today, registrants can still get static information from exhibitors’ booths and the webinar sessions will be archived for listening at a time that is convenient to you.
I hope to see you soon–virtually.