2017 ICCM Americas Sessions

Non-Tech Skills for the Technical Professional

Blog Bridge and What it Means to You!

Presenter: Marj Gareean


Building productive relationships with non techs in your organization:  Reflections and lessons learned

Presenter: Carl Daudt


Stress, Joy, and Meaningfulness

Presenter: Greg Beeley
The common threads of “change” and “joy” in the book of Ecclesiastes and how that relates to how we focus our lives and manage stress.


TBD

Presenter: Marj Gareean


System Administration

Let’s Encrypt for Windows

Presenter: Carl Armstrong
Getting Free SSL certs with Lets Encrypt from a Windows Workstation – Hands on Lab (Bring your own Laptop)


Inexpensive SAN Solutions

Presenter: TBD


Docker

Presenter: Russ Tuck
Docker


Monitoring

Presenter: Shawn Parrish
Network Monitoring tools, from the creators of NodePing


Ministry User Tools

Tools for the remote IT workforce

Presenter: Shawn Parrish, David Caylor
Tools for the remote IT workforce.  When you have your workers scattered around, how do you work together?


Fast and Furious to the Cloud with Office 365

Presenter: cimonline

How do we FastTrack our staff onto Office 365 from day one

One of the biggest challenges that organizations face is how to get their staff to embrace a new set of tools. We’ll work through how to leverage the tools that Microsoft provides with their FastTrack program to get users up-to-speed with Office 365.


No Longer My Way or the Highway According to Microsoft

Presenter: cimonline
It’s no longer an OR world, but an AND world when it comes to determining the right application in Office 365. Let’s walk through how we can provide guidance to our users about all the possibilities.


Kardia

Presenter: Greg Beeley
Kardia has been around for quite some time, and is nearing the point where other organizations can adopt it.  Learn about what it can, and cannot do, and see if it is an option for your ministry


Developers

Node.js

Presenter: David Caylor


UI Polish

Presenter: Tom Francis
Do your websites/webapps receive little or no formal feed back, and the only informal feedback is “It’s hard to use,” or “I just don’t like it”?  And you have no idea what’s wrong, because it does what these same people asked?

Then this is for you. We’ll cover the problems that often cause this kind of response, and are typically so small, you as the one who set it up don’t even notice. The problems so small most users can’t articulate them,  but they just know it’s “not right” or “hard to use.”

These are the tricks of the tricks of the trade, what separates a professional developer from a sysadmin forced to do it because there’s no one else to do it. :)

Col 3:17 and more.


Track TBD

Mobile TBD

Speaker: Antoine


(and more to come)