UDT at eMerge Americas 2016: A Journey through Innovation!

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We are excited to announce that we’ll be participating at eMerge Americas this month for the second year in a row! The two-day technology conference brings together investors and innovators from all kinds of industries. At eMerge Americas, you’ll be able to see how technology plays a role in everything you do – and how it’s changing.

Our booth (#C8) will be located on the expo floor, and we’ll have our solution specialists demoing the latest innovations in Office 365 and Managed Security, helping you explore how key technologies and trends are driving innovation across your industry.

We’ll let you in on the who’s who of the UDT leaders you’ll want to meet at eMerge Americas:

Managing Director Hugo Perez and Cloud Solutions Engineer Darryl Sicker.

Both are experts in deploying Office 365 solutions for major enterprise clients and have years of experience working with the industry’s leading productivity suites. Look for them and learn how you can make your business leaner and more efficient through Office 365.

Director of MSSP and Information Security Manny Fernandez.

Manny is your go-to guy for the latest innovations in Managed Security. He will be discussing how a hacker can take ownership of your PC and run commands without the user knowing – as well as how you can work with our team of highly specialized engineers to stop these kind of threats before they even happen. He’ll also cover challenges to deploying SSL Decryption, and everything you need to make the move to TLS 1.2.

We’ll be raffling off a GoPro to everyone who passes by our booth, so don’t miss out on these great networking opportunities!

Focus time, money, and effort on what really matters

Let’s build success together. 

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