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ITEX 2019 will mark the 18th year as the largest, most extensive office technology show. The show will cover all areas of office technology, including Managed Print and Document Management, Security, Managed IT and Telecom – while introducing two new pieces of Reseller Automation and Smart Office. The 2019 ITEX show will ensure exhibitors and attendees alike will walk away with the tools needed to expand their brands, with new sources of revenue and a firm grasp on the latest industry trends.
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Come hear Randy Dazo, Group Director, speak April 24-25 at the ITEX 2019 show. Sessions Keypoint Intelligence will be participating in include:
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
9:00am - 10:00am
Alexa, Siri, Hey Google, Cortana - What does the Workplace of the Future Look Like?
The workplace of today and tomorrow is changing from the architecture to the technology that make workers more productive. This session will discuss those changes and how the new workplace will impact the office environment.
Thursday, April 25, 2019
11:00am - 12:00pm
The Internet of Things - Uncover New Office Technologies
The Smart Workplace is a combination of the Internet of Things and the Smart Home that will bring new automation technologies to the workplace. This session will uncover new office technologies that dealers should be considering as an extension to their current office infrastructure business.
Join Jamie Bsales, Director, Office Workflow Solutions Analysis, and writer with more than 25 years of experience covering technology products, during an educational session at BTA's Gateway to Success 2019 event.
Printer & MFP Security in the IoT Age
As we move deeper into the era of the internet of things (IoT), security is an top concern. Is that smart speaker recording me? Is that internet camera watching me? But organizations need to be worried about a much more omnipresent Trojan horse in the workplace: their printers and MFPs. These devices traffic in a company's most sensitive information, yet are too often left woefully undersecured, which opens customers up to network breaches, man-in-the-middle attacks, ransomware exploits and more. In this session, Keypoint Intelligence security analyst Bsales will discuss the threats that misconfigured MFPs pose to customers' cybersecurity efforts and the three pillars that underpin a best-practices security posture.