|Arctic Wolf||Security Operations in a Post Pandemic World||KS Data Strategy||Harvesting Data for Improved Analytics with Azure Cloud-First Platforms|
|Baramundi||Endpoint and Patch Management – Back to the Basics||KS InfoSec||Cybersecurity Fundamentals: Why you WILL be attacked and what to do about itâ€¦|
|Check Point||How to Keep Your Business Flowing: Securing Email and Collaboration Tools||KS InfoSec||The What, Why, and How of Incident Response Tabletop Exercises|
|Cisco||How Cisco Enables Zero Trust Security||KS Infrastructure||Moving Infrastructure to the Cloud|
|Eaton||Powering IT: Best Practices and Trends||KS Infrastructure||Weather the Cloud Cover for Voice|
|Erwin by Quest||Data Intelligence: Where does your Quest begin?||KS Infrastructure||Best Practices for Modern Networks|
|Fortinet||Segmentation Fundamentals for Securing Critical Infrastructure||KS Infrastructure||Microsoft 365: Collaborate, Automate and Secure|
|HPE||Managing and Protecting Information in the Age of Multi-Cloud||KS Infrastructure||Securely Running Windows in the Cloud… Even from a Browser|
|Kalleo||Supplementing and Supporting your IT Team||KS Staffing||Hiring From a Recruiter’s Perspective|
|KS Applications||Cloud Native Applications for Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Distribution||NetApp||Addressing Today’s Challenges for Hybrid Cloud Architecture|
|KS Applications||Website Security & Hardening Best Practices||Palo Alto||Making Your SASE Journey a Reality Instead of a Strategy, Budget and Technical Nightmare|
|KS Applications||Turnkey to Custom and Everything in Between||Qualys||Let Smart Automation Reduce the Risk of Zero-Day Attacks and Exploits on Third-Party Applications|
|KS Applications||Case Study: Application Modernization||Swimlane||Improving Security through Automation|
|KS Data Strategy||Better Execution with Enterprise Planning and Project Management||Varonis||Automated Data Security: Winning the Race Against Risk|
|KS Data Strategy||Enabling Return on Data Assets: How We’ve Built our Data Analytics Process & Capabilities at Southern Star||Veeam||Rev Up Your Backup with Veeam v12|
|KS Data Strategy||Becoming a “Data” Company – The Journey from Start-up to Rapid Growth|
Top Technology Solution Providers On Site
Discuss projects and get answers to questions directly from the experts.
Learn About the Latest Strategies & Offerings
Hear from both us and our partners during our expanded break out sessions.
Collaborate with Other Technology Professionals
Network, connect, and problem solve with other technical teams from the area.
Help Decide How We Give Back to Our Community
Vote for your favorite local charity to receive a portion of our $1,000 donation.
With each TVS, Keller Schroeder collaborates with key vendor partners from the industry’s leading technology companies to bring knowledge, networking, and new ideas. The event features the largest gathering of both tech pros and solution providers in the Evansville area.
During the TVS, attendees have the opportunity to connect with like-minded IT employees from a wide range of companies from across Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, and Tennessee – small start-ups to enterprise-level, global organizations in every industry. Breakout sessions and networking booths allow attendees to learn and ask questions directly from our 2023 participating partners and Keller Schroeder’s subject matter experts.
But the TVS isn’t all business. You can count on delicious food, swag, fun prizes, and a Happy Hour celebration to close out the event. Several years ago, we also started incorporating a non-technology-oriented keynote speaker. These are nationally recognized speakers sharing their unique perspective on connection, collaboration, and professional development.
In addition, nearly every Keller Schroeder event offers attendees the opportunity to help us give back to our community. The TVS is no exception and will feature a unique way to partner with us to make a positive impact.
The TVS was developed with Keller Schroeder’s clients in mind. We saw a need for a technology event of this caliber LOCALLY. Tri-State area IT pros must travel over two hours to gain access to this many partners and solutions in a single setting, on a single day.
Did we also mention it’s completely FREE for attendees? This is a no-cost event. Tickets to similar events typically cost between $400 and $1000.
Ben Whiting achieved international success as an award winning magician and mind-reader by creating an atmosphere on stage where the impossible was possible and where human connection had no limits. As an entertainer, he’s performed in over 30 countries, had multiple television appearances, and his clients include the likes of Crystal Cruises, Oprah’s HARPO studios, and Facebook.
Recognizing his passion for helping others in their careers and day-to-day lives, Ben began focusing on keynote speaking and leadership development in 2014. Shortly after delivering his first TEDx talk, he was hired by an international leadership development firm to create and deliver content around the globe. His consulting clients have included international companies like UNiDAYS, as well as Fortune 50 corporations such as Schlumberger.
Today, Ben combines his backgrounds in leadership development and corporate entertainment to help organizations create cultures that can achieve the impossible (while having A LOT of fun). He’s been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, the New York Times, and his clients include Apple, Google, American Express, and Amazon.
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Keller Schroeder exists to make positive impacts on our employee-owners, our clients, and in our communities. As with the majority of our events, the Technology Vendor Summit offers attendees a unique way to help us give back. During the event, you’ll be asked to which charitable organization you would like us to donate to on your behalf.