At RangeForce we specialize in game-based hands-on training and battle simulations. Companies can subscribe to a monthly simulation training and be sure that their security is improving. We provide a method of actually measuring the developers’ cyber security skills throughout … Continue reading
The NYETM fosters innovation in the NY enterprise technology ecosystem through promoting early stage technology companies, supporting entrepreneurs, educating companies on how to work with enterprises, and creating an environment where entrepreneurs, investors, and businesses can all network and learn from one another. Join our meetup today.
The Enterprise CTO panel covered strategic and tactical topics including how best to onboard new team members, tools recommendations, when/if to outsource to contractors, how to think about sprint planning as your org grows, and more. Panelists include: Jake Moshenko, … Continue reading
Panel: “Design in the Enterprise” Hear from top designers from leading NYC-based enterprise about their experiences building design orgs, creating visions for their products, and working cross-functionally with engineering, product, and customers. Kuan Luo – Design Lead, Cockroach Labs Raschin … Continue reading
Don Tapscott delivered a keynote at a special NYETM that was co-hosted with Work-Bench and RRE on November 2, 2016. Don spoke about how blockchain has the potential to become a foundational technology, one that is used in a wide … Continue reading
Our partner the Open Networking User Group (ONUG) is hosting several upcoming events. 1. ONUG Meetup: Software-Managed Infrastructure Location: Work-Bench Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2016 from 6:00pm-9:00pm Description: In addition to the semi-annual conferences, throughout the year ONUG conducts smaller user-centered meetings across the country focused on driving … Continue reading
Description: The panel on How to Get Press Coverage for your Enterprise Tech Startup featured reporters from TechCrunch, Forbes, Bloomberg, and Fortune in a discussion moderated by Mickey Graham of Work-Bench. Jonathan Shieber (TechCrunch) Alex Konrad (Forbes) Jing Cao (Bloomberg) Robert Hackett (Fortune) … Continue reading