Last week Kraft Kennedy gathered for Tech Day, its yearly summit dedicated to knowledge-sharing, at Kraft Kennedy’s New York headquarters.
We attended thought-provoking seminars dedicated to the most innovative ideas in technology, caught up with colleagues over Magnolia Bakery’s banana bread pudding— beloved company-wide—and played the notorious Tech Day Game. The Game is devised annually by the brilliant Luke Messina, who, when he’s not helping clients solve their fiercest IT challenges, designs puzzles that can stump a whole company of very smart people (Congratulations Team 1!).
The Kraft Kennedy team gathered from around the U.S. to teach and learn from each other, strengthening the cross-disciplinary connections that our clients so appreciate when working with our teams.
Matt Evans, Solution Architect, could not be there in person, so he motored around the office as a robot, naturally.
Here’s a list of a few of the sessions at Tech Day 2018
- Microsoft Teams: The Future of Unified Communications
- Make Your Projects Soar
- Roundtable Discussion on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Efficiency at Work: A Guide to Identifying & Mitigating Inefficiencies
- PowerShell DSC – The Holy Grail of Server Automation
- Dawn of Redirected Data: Work Folders v. Offline Files
- Fully Automating Windows Updates on Servers
- Next Generation Desktop Delivery
- Keeping out the Bad Guys! – Security at Kraft Kennedy
- Emerging Technologies at Law Firms
- Introduction to Microsoft Teams
If our internal conference intrigues you, we recommend possibly attending Kraft Kennedy University (KKU) in May. We will be hosting a daylong educational conference in Chicago on May 1, to build on the great feedback we received following our inaugural KKU in New York. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from leaders in IT and from the lessons of their own peers.