In this episode of Status Go, we welcome, Curt Kwak, CIO of Proliance Surgeons. Like everyone, the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic didn't fully sink in for Curt Kwak and his team until it was upon them, and being in Seattle, they were some of the first hit in a very real way. In his conversation with Jeff Ton, Curt tells us how his team triaged and prioritized to keep the organization up and running, how they kept from ever losing communication and continued to uphold their commitment to their community.
The senseless killings of Black Americans in the headlines have understandably led to civic action and visible protests around the country as Americans everywhere, of all races and walks of life, are exercising their right to free speech. Worldwide, millions are now speaking out against systemic racism in our society. As a result, we are witnessing a sea of change and I wanted to take a moment to share my own recent reflections. I have been thinking of how to embrace the realities of today beyond simply condemning the crimes committed, a question we can all explore as we come together prepared to listen, learn and engage in community conversations around issues of race, fairness and equity.
InterVision Achieves AWS End User Computing Competency Status | Achievement follows strategic service provider's elevation to AWS Migration Competency Partner
As we settle into new ways of working remotely, it is crucial for company IT leadership to manage their workforce in terms of security, communications, and applications being used. Since employees are not able to use the network and applications previously available from being in office, and security risks are peaking, it has become crucial to continue updating these strategies and technologies to reflect the changing times we are living in.
Recording of the live discussion, presentation and demo of AWS AppStream 2.0 with guest speaker Brian Orlauski, Dean of IT at Mt. San Jacinto College - enabling a remote workforce from in two days.