In 2020, organizations around the world said farewell to massive in-person conferences and trade shows (for now), and embraced virtual webinars and events as a new way to connect with customers. At Qumulo, we developed several educational webinars, including series such as “Tech Talk Tuesday” with Ben Gitenstein, Qumulo’s Vice President of Product, and “Q It Yourself.”
Enjoy this “greatest hits” selection of our top three on-demand webinars of 2020 here – they include sessions with leading CIOs and industry experts, all with the goal of helping enterprise organizations to unleash the power of their file data.
A sincere thank you for all of the Qumulo customers, partners, and technical experts that helped create these virtual events!
Q-Connect featured a global series of live, interactive sessions that featured live demos, interactive Q&A, customer presentations, and informal, open discussions with our CEO Bill Richter.
The four-session series – which provided customized content for the U.S. Central and East regions as well as EMEA – offered an opportunities for viewers to hear directly from Qumulo customers in a candid discussion about their successes, their challenges, and how they’re using Qumulo to manage their file data.
Special thanks go out to Falcon’s Creative Group, Virginia Tech Fralin Biomedical, Mamiye Brothers, Inc., Ovation Data and others – who participated in Q-Connect!
Here, Falcon’s Creative Group’s Saham Ali, Director of Technology, talks about creating assets for the Halo: Outpost Discovery’s The Ring Experience using Qumulo during Q-Connect.
Join Janine Corey, Qumulo’s Global Head of Cloud Solution Architecture, and a panel of industry experts to learn the secrets to unlocking a next-level cloud transformation to deliver business innovation.
In this 45-minute webinar, you will learn how these industry leaders – Jean-Paul Godmaire, head of IT for Industrial Brothers, Graham Peddie, COO for Cinesite Montreal, and Tanya Hannah – CIO for King County Washington – have successfully led their teams through cloud transformations, anticipated major shifts, and set their businesses up for the future.
Hear directly from three Qumulo customers about their experience with legacy storage from Isilon (now Dell EMC PowerScale), and why they chose to upgrade to Qumulo’s file data platform.
Join Corey Dunn, Technical Services Manager for Calgary Police Services, Ben Hayes, Senior Systems Architect of Atlantic, and Matthew Flister, Manager of the Research Computing Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin as they discuss some of the common struggles they each faced when dealing with Isilon, and the business value they found by selecting Qumulo.
Beth Mayer is the Lead Content Marketing Manager for Qumulo, and has more than than 15 years of strategic communications and content development experience with both public and private technology companies.