The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminars
The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminars
The IT Summit’s Information Technology seminars have been a Denver favorite since 2006. Although not known primarily as a tech town, Denver has become a hub for major corporations of all types; it’s location makes it an ideal distribution point for the western United States, being nearly equidistant from large cities of the Midwest such as, Chicago and St. Louis and some large cities of the West Coast such as, Los Angeles and San Diego. And because of it’s altitude and location on the 105th meridian Denver is also one of the largest city in the U.S. to offer a ‘one-bounce’ real-time satellite uplink to six continents in the same business day. With corporations such as Molson Coors Brewing Company, Newmont Mining Corporation, the 2nd largest gold producer in North America and one of the largest in the world, Lockheed Martin Corp., United Airlines, Kroger, MapQuest, numerous federal agencies major US defense and aerospace industries locating major facilities in the Denver area, Denver is a city with tremendous IT needs. The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminars are an ideal event for IT Managers and Professionals to meet with their peers. This is why The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminars have been so popular for over half a decade.
After you spend the day networking at The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminars be sure to take the time to visit some of Denver’s attractions.
Housed in a historic 150,000 square foot, 1930′s-era, former Air Force hangar, the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum maintains a collection of over four dozen aircraft and space vehicles. If you haven’t taken the time to tour the museum’s exhibits beyond The IT Summit’s Information Technology seminar area you are missing a magnificent collection of civil and military aircraft, including the first Boeing RB-52B Stratofortress aircraft built.
“The Unsinkable Molly Brown” wasn’t just a hit musical, Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown was a real-life hero of the Titanic fiasco. After assisting several other passengers to a nearby lifeboat, Brown with 20 other women, 2 men and a twelve-year-old boy on board the lifeboat were rescued by the Carpathia which had responded to the Titanic’s distress call. Once on board, Brown, an experienced world traveller and adventurer with a knowledge of several foreign languages, undertook to console fellow survivors who spoke little English. She undertook to find extra blankets and supplies to distribute to women who were sleeping in the dining room and corridors. Brown also rallied the first class passengers on board the Carpathia to donate money to now destitute women, succeding to raise $10,000 before the Carpathia reached New York. Find out more about this amazing woman at her former Denver home, now the Molly Brown House Museum.
If you love classic cars you won’t want to miss out on the Forney Transportation Museum. Considered one of the top collections of classic cars in the country the collection includes rarely seen classics such historical automobile manufacturers such as Hispano-Suissa and Kissel, including perhaps the most famous Kissel of all, Amelia Earhart’s ‘Gold-bug’.
Climbing more than 7,000 feet in just 28 miles, finally reaching an altitude of 14,264 feet, the Mount Evans Scenic Byway may qualify as one of the most beautiful drives you ever take. It is certainly one of the highest drives you may ever take, being the highest paved road in North America. If you want to get an even more spectacular experience, consider parking the car and heading out on a bicycle or on foot.
Coors may (or may not) be the official beer of Denver, but Coors Field is the official home of MLB’s Denver Rockies. Described as a modern stadium with an old-fashioned feel, this is one of the National League’s first new parks built exclusively for baseball since 1962. And isn’t that really the way it should be?
The IT Summit and the Denver Information Technology Seminars provides this information as a courtesy to our guests. The IT Summit and the Denver Information Technology Seminars do not specifically endorse any of the above listed products, services or attraction and are not in any way affiliated with these companies.
IT Summit Events
The IT Summit Denver Information Technology Conference 2014 – The outstanding The Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum one again served as the host venue for The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Conference of April 2, 2014. Featured conference sessions included an IT Security discussion by tech leaders from Colorado Technical University, a presentation on the next generation of enterprise LAN cabling (courtesy of the folks from Cisco), a presentation on the changes to wi-fi as a result of "the cloud", consideration of logging as a service, and more.
Denver Information Technology Seminar 2013 - Take a few moments to review the speakers and sponsors or the Denver Information Technology Seminar which happened April 3, 2013. If you attended you enjoyed seminars on data center design, cloud computing and big data, the changing role of network managers and more.
Denver Information Technology Seminar 2012 - Learn about The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminar which took place on April 25th, 2012. Attendees were treated to seminars on subjects ranging from managing knowledge as intellectual properly, to threat protection, to audio video bridging, and more.
Denver Information Technology Seminar 2011 - An overview of The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminar which took place on April 25th, 2012. Attendees were treated to seminars on subjects ranging from information security as a part of the fabric of society, to managing the information explosion, to aligning web technology with marketing strategy, and more.
Denver Information Technology Seminar 2010 - A summary of The IT Summit’s Denver Information Technology Seminar which took place on May 19th, 2010. Seminars included topics such as the evolving role of IT, shared technology services for government, IT leaders and under-served youth, high-performance wi-fi, and more.