IT Open Forum–Jan 21

IT Open Forms

Our IT Open Forum is a series of communication sessions that include topics that inform the campus about SJSU IT activities and give users an opportunity to provide input on them. These events are open to the campus, so please invite your faculty and staff to attend.

Next Event

A World of Possibilities with the Internet of Things
Thursday, January 21
King Library 255
2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

A World of Possibilities with the Internet of Things

Internet of Things
We are pleased to welcome Jim Grubb as our guest speaker at the IT Open Forum on Thursday, January 21, 2016. Jim is the Vice President of Emerging Technologies & Chief Demonstration Officer at Cisco Systems, Inc. He will speak to the campus community about The Internet of Things (IoT) and how it affects SJSU and Higher Education.

Jim is a visionary leader on the Product Solutions and Industry Marketing Team responsible for emerging technologies. He is passionate about early positioning and differentiation of innovation and technology. Instrumental in bringing new solutions to life, Jim ensures the delivery of products, solutions and services that meet their customers’ critical business requirements. He has traveled all over the world to demonstrate what is possible with technology.

Jim will speak about how, as a key enabling technology to the Internet of Everything (IoE), the Internet of Things (IoT) is connecting new places and objects. Manufacturing room floors, energy grids and wearable devices are just a few examples of the millions of objects coming online at an unprecedented pace.

These “things” are creating vast and increasing amounts of data (Big Data) and sharing it over the Internet – largely via machine-to-machine connections. It is one of many important technology transitions taking place today that is making the Internet of Everything a reality.

IT Open Forum on Campus-Wide IT Project Initiatives

Students looking at digital sign

One of the agenda items in our next IT Open Forum will be a discussion of our Digital Signs project.

About the Event

Our IT Open Forum is a series of communication sessions that include topics that inform the campus about San José State IT activities and give users an opportunity to provide input on them.
​​Our next IT Open Forum will be held:

2–3 p.m.
Thursday, February 26
Sweeny Hall 435

Open to Campus Community

These events are open to the campus. All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend. You can also join us online via WebEx!

Details

For additional information, such as an agenda, our 2015 schedule and recordings of past presentations, visit IT Open Forum.

IT Open Forum on Campus-Wide IT Project Initiatives

IT Open ForumAbout the Event

Our IT Open Forum is a series of communication sessions that include topics that inform the campus about San José State IT activities and give users an opportunity to provide input on them.

​​Our next IT Open Forum will be held:

2 pm to 3 pm
Thursday, December 11
Engineering 285/287
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Open to Campus Community

These events are open to the campus. All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend. You can also join us online via WebEx!

Details

For details, visit:

IT Open Forum on Campus-Wide IT Project Initiatives

About the EventHappy Computing

Our IT Open Forum is a series of communication sessions that include topics that inform the campus about San José State IT activities and give users an opportunity to provide input on them.

Open to Campus Community

These events are open to the campus. All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend. You can also join us online via WebEx!

Details

For details, visit:

IT Open Forum for Aug 21 Cancelled

Dear Campus Community,

The IT Open Forum originally planned for August 21 has been cancelled. The next IT Open Forum will be held at 2 pm on Thursday, October 23 in ENG 285.

Our IT Open Forum is a series of communication sessions that include topics that inform the campus about San José State IT activities and give users an opportunity to provide input on them. For more information, visit IT Open Forums.

Please forward this message to faculty and staff in your colleges and departments.

Thank you.