Nothing beats a face to face conversation. Milldam works with clients to conceptualize, plan and execute public events that will bring in the right audience and leave them with the correct message that clients want them to take away. From scheduling engaging speakers to coordination of site setup and teardown, we have the experience to create and execute compelling events. Below are some of the latest events we have coordinated.
We were delighted to be able to attend another Hurricane Electric Carrier Networking Event a couple of weeks ago. These events typically draw 80-100 local Internet professionals, reps from Hurricane’s carriers, and a featured speaker. May’s event featured a speaker from the Zurb Foundation. While in the Bay Area, we also met with a number of current clients and passed through both Los Angeles and Las Vegas on our way back to Boston! Enjoy a few images from our travels:
We had such a great time at Data Center World 2015 seeing old friends, connecting with new colleagues, and discovering what’s new and noteworthy in the industry. Due to popular demand (and because we had so much fun), we brought back our Milldam Evening Reception to bring together clients and contacts, new and old, who had gathered in Vegas for the conference. If you were there, it was a pleasure to have you! If you missed it, we hope you can come next year. Some glimpses of the evening:
AITP-LA is delighted to announce that it has established a community partnership with the Los Angeles Business Journal! AITP-LA will assist the LABJ with identifying candidates for the publications’ CIO/CTO of the Year Award. Those interested in nomination who know an individual who should be recognized as a leader in the Information Technology space in Los Angeles County can find the form below. The Los Angeles Business Journal is proud to announce the 2015 CIO Awards. The CIO Awards will honor Chief Information Officers, or more broadly, those in the top information technology positions within their organizations (VP, Director, etc.). These important individuals and teams play vital roles in making Los Angeles businesses, institutions and nonprofit groups successful. Together with their CEOs, their decisions impact all aspects of the business including their company’s growth, profitability, functionality and competitiveness in the marketplace. Nomination forms (along […]
Hurricane Electric’s recent Carrier Networking Event, on Wednesday, January 28, hosted an evening of cocktails, professional connections, and a presentation from the founder of Outracks and Fuse, a mobile developer. Want to join the list? Email Caroline. All events are held at Hurricane Electric’s Fremont II Facility, in Fremont, CA.
An Evening with Dr. Jonathan Koomey & Bruce Taylor On June 16, 2014, in Santa Clara, CA, Future Facilities hosted top executives from IT companies in the Bay Area to join together in conversation facilitated by Dr. Jonathan Koomey of Stanford University and Bruce Taylor of Data Center Dynamics. A unique & intimate evening of networking, dinner, & drinks, this event featured a lively conversation on some controversial views on risk in the data center and its impact on the business. Attending industry experts and analysts discussed ways to use computer modeling to analyze and quantify risks and costs of operational flexibility within data centers, with the goal of moving enterprise IT operations from being a cost center to becoming a cost-reducing profit center. Stay in touch with Future Facilities at futurefacilities.com.
On March 26, 2014, Hurricane Electric hosted another of their popular Carrier Networking Events. The theme and speakers, from Flextonics, focused on the Internet of Things, and drew over 75 professionals from the Bay Area. Enjoy our photo editorial: The attendees gather at Hurricane Electric’s Fremont 2 Facility for networking, appetizers, & cocktails Several local carriers and businesses exhibited Lopoco speaks with interested attendees The attendees converse Lots of activity around the buffet The group grabs a last drink and starts to move upstairs for the speakers Discussion on the impact of the Internet of Things Another successful event with Hurricane Electric! Be sure to stop by the next one: June 26
Please enjoy our photo editorial of the Wine & Wisdom event in Atlanta, GA on April 3, 2014:
Data Center Knowledge recently featured the upcoming event, hosted by AdaptivCOOL, Paragon, RLE Technologies, and Upsite Technologies. From the article: Wine & Wisdom: Keeping The Up in Uptime BY COLLEEN MILLER ON MARCH 18, 2014 Wine & Wisdom: Keeping the “Up” in Uptime will be presented on Thursday, April 3 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Wiley in Atlanta, Ga. This complimentary, educational data center seminar (featuring a wine tasting too!) will focus on uptime and efficiency in data centers. The event also features utilities expert Mark Bramfitt and end-user Joe Parrino of T5 Data Centers, among other speakers. For more information, visit the eventwebsite. Venue: The Wiley (map) 144 Walker St SW Atlanta, GA 30313 For more events, return to the Data Center Knowledge Events Calendar. Read the full article at Data Center Knowledge.
“Keeping the Up in Uptime,” a complimentary wine and wisdom event created to explore optimizing the data center for energy savings and avoiding uptime disasters, was recently featured by the Data Center Post. From the article: On April 3, 2014, AdaptivCOOL, Paragon International, INC, RLE Technologies, and Upsite Technologies will be hosting a complimentary Wine & Wisdom event designed to facilitate conversation and give data center end-users the best practices needed to optimize facility environments while maintaining data center uptime. This unique event, entitled Keeping the Up in Uptime, will be held from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia. The evening is featuring several speakers who will explore themes of efficiency and optimizing the data center to improve performance and maintain uptime. Noted utilities and IT Consultant, Mark Bramfitt and T5 Data Centers’ Joseph Parrino will both speak on the topic. As the former designer and director of PG&E’s data […]