For the last three decades, the technicians at Capital Network Solutions have been protecting the health and security of Sacramento business networks. However, our commitment to supporting Sacramento extends beyond our managed IT services plans. We also support nonprofit organizations like the Children’s Law Center of California, which represents foster children throughout Sacramento County.
Furthermore, we are continually looking for opportunities to learn more, always seeking to expand our technology toolset. Therefore, we love promoting Sacramento technology events, including seminars, conferences, classes, lectures, youth camps, certification tests and more.
In this post, we highlight a handful of the top local technology events happening in the Sacramento area this month. Click the title to learn more each event on its official Eventbrite page.
Sacramento Technology Events — August 2019
Thursday, August 8, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (DoubleTree Sacramento)
Data Connectors has been holding cybersecurity events since 1999, but the subject is more important than ever these days. Click the link above to get your free pass and learn how to protect your organization. The free pass includes entrance into the speaker sessions and cybersecurity exhibits, as well as conferences materials, a light breakfast and lunch.
Tuesday, August 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Hyatt Regency Sacramento)
Baicells Technologies is a privately held company that specializes in delivering high-tech LTE wireless broadband access solutions. In this LTE showcase seminar, Baicells partners with Google, Alpha Antennas and WISPA. Besides presentations from Rob Katcher of Google and Richard Bernhardt of WISPA, there will be networking opportunities throughout the day. Click the link to register and secure your spot for this free event.
Thursday, August 15, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, Sacramento)
This discussion is put on by Grant Thornton Public Sector. It focuses on the ways that emerging technologies are transforming the way that governments operate and deliver services. The day begins with registration and a networking breakfast, and the presentation starts at 8:30 a.m. Meanwhile, some of the subjects will include robotic process automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence and waste reduction.
Oak Park Cyber Security Camp
Saturday and Sunday, August 24 and 25, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
This free, two-day cyber security boot camp comes designed for teenagers. It is being put on by Yellow Circle Learning Platform in partnership with the City of Sacramento, Intel, Inductive Automation, the U.S. Department of Labor, American River College, Traitware, F5, Cisco and ENS-Inc, as well as several community organizations. The event aims to acquaint teenagers with the importance of cyber security in a fun and interactive manner. Admission includes breakfast, lunch and free time, so participants can play video games in addition to learning about cyber security from industry professionals.
Saturday, August 24, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (The Bank, Downtown Sacramento)
Not every Sacramento technology event needs to be formal. For this event, leave the kids at home and join Dell Technologies for a Thursday happy hour at The Bank in Sacramento. This event gets held on the third Thursday of every month by the Technology Integration Group (TIG). It includes the entire family of companies, such as Dell EMC, VMWare, Pivotal, RSA, Boomi, Virtustream and Secure Works.