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SightLine breakout sessions are designed to provide you with tools you can use to take your business to the next level. Spanning various technology levels and formats, these sessions deliver context and clarity into emerging technologies, manufacturer products and applications, and business strategy. 

Here is a sample of the 40 different sessions you will be able to choose from!

Once registered, you will receive an email in approximately 10 days to choose your sessions.  

 


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Cloud Services Topics

Managing Public Cloud Instances Securely Using Active Directory Permissions 

Protecting Your Data in the Cloud 

Virtual Desktops in the Cloud--the Workspace of the Future 

Automation, Orchestration, and Scalability: Tools for Your Future in the Cloud  

 


 

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Cybersecurity Topics  

Penetration and Vulnerability Assessments: Different but Vital  

Threat Intelligence:  Less Threats, More Intelligence 

The “Sophisticated” Cybersecurity Organization: What Does it Look Like?  

 


 

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Enterprise Networking Topics

3 Things IT Leaders Need to Know About SD-WAN 

Designing and Deploying SD-WAN 

Improve Customer Experience with a Wireless Network  

Wireless Access Control  

 


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Unified Communications Topics

ConvergeOne Cloud Experience (C1CX)  

Best Practices for Building Collaborative Workspaces

Trends in Team Collaboration: Microsoft Teams vs Cisco Webex Teams 

A Bridge Too Far? Designing Enterprise Video in the Cloud Era 

CX Technology Directions

 


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Data Center Topics

Convergance and Hyper Convergance 

Data Center DR/BC Strategies, Approaches and Experiences 

The Modern Datacenter : Vital for Innovation and Digital transformation  

Software Defined Networking 

 


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Customer Experience Topics

Upper Management is talking about the “cloud”.  What do I need to know as it pertains to contact centers?

Trends in Contact Centers

It’s Not Just a Call Center Anymore