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10/28: TV's Tipping Point

Roku

2020 has been quite a year, including for the media industry. The pandemic and its economic impact have accelerated cord cutting and driven millions of new users to streaming services. Even traditional cable companies and TV network operators are increasingly acknowledging the inevitable transition and are shifting their focus away from legacy distribution models. Has TV reached a tipping point?

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9/24: The Evolution of Cybersecurity

Securing the workforce is often referred to as a team sport, and as CISOs and cybersecurity executives know too well, the high-performing organizations are the ones that prepare most from top to bottom. Doing so often requires tough choices, executive buy-in and well-researched incident response plans. During this event, our panel of experts will discuss how the cybersecurity playing field is always evolving, and in this new era of work, how business leaders should ensure that security is a fundamental part of their technology strategy.

This event was presented in partnership with Yubico.

9/10: State of the Cloud

The cloud is not a destination; it is a fundamentally new way of building technology infrastructure. Just as the internet required print, video and audio content providers to embrace new possibilities and solve new problems, the process of digital transformation requires companies to think differently about how their applications and business processes will work in the cloud.

We'll explore how best practices for cloud computing are evolving during an unprecedented economic period with a panel of experts who can help your company determine the most efficient way to make use of this historic shift in infrastructure technology. This event was presented by Pure Storage.


9/1: Computing at the Edge

Edge computing is an emerging concept that holds great promise for the delivery of next-generation real-time applications, but it is not as well understood as cloud computing or even the internet of things. What is edge computing, and how will it change the way modern business applications are built and deployed?

Also, given the sheer amount of data generated by devices at the edge of the network and the delays associated with traveling back and forth between data centers, more and more artificial intelligence processes will have to be conducted at the edge. AI best practices are still evolving in the cloud, but they are greenfield at the edge: how should businesses adapt? This event is hosted in partnership with Intel.

8/26: National Political Conventions Series: Building the Future

In 2020, it feels like the world is changing faster than ever before. Offices are reopening, but the remote workforce is growing. Students are going back to school, but many institutions have gone virtual. And technologies like 5G promise a wave of new innovation in industries across the country.

What needs to happen now to build the economy of the future.How do we lay the infrastructure for smarter cities, factories and schools? What connectivity challenges will the future hold, from 5G to closing the digital divide? And in this future, how do we ensure that we are working, living and learning safely and securely? Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum lead a two-event series on the tech and policy needed to enable a diverse future workforce and a strong economy. This event series is hosted in partnership with ITI.


8/16: National Political Conventions Series: Building the Future

As the world begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders are looking to technology for answers to how to get people back to work and get our economy back on track. As we begin to build the economy of the future, how can technology enable more inclusive opportunity? How do we ensure that the US has a robust, diverse pipeline of STEM talent into the next decade? What skills and educational programs are needed?

And how can these solutions start at the local community level? Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum lead a two-event series on the tech and policy needed to enable a diverse future workforce and a strong economy. This event series is hosted in partnership with ITI.


7/30: Why there's no 'digital' in transformation

"Digital" transformation as a concept is both outdated and redundant, as the world's most successful businesses have long "gone digital." Protocol's Mike Murphy and a panel of experts dive in on specific industry case studies to hear how companies are managing transformation initiatives to better serve customers and grow their businesses, especially right now.

This event began with an engaging discussion featuring our partner Simon Freakley, CEO of AlixPartners and Mindy Grossman, CEO of WW. Protocol's transformation editor Mike Murphy led the conversation with Joe Preston, CEO of New Balance; Sheila Jordan, Chief Digital Technology Officer of Honeywell; and Doug Sauder, Director of Digital Product Management & Analytics of John Deere. This event is presented by AlixPartners.


7/16: Inside Protocol: A conversation with the newsroom

Inside Protocol

Protocol's editorial leadership took a select few behind the scenes of the Protocol newsroom.


7/14: Virtual Meetup: Innovation in healthcare

Protocol's Mike Murphy takes our special report on the post-pandemic healthcare discussion live. We explore how COVID-19 is forcing healthcare providers to change the way they work -- and how the billions of dollars in technology-related CARES Act funding and the easing of some regulations will both facilitate and accelerate that transition.

Expert panelists include Dr. Rennee Dua of Heal, Kimber Lockhart of One Medical, Dr. Bharat Sutariya of Cerner Corporation and Ryan Smith of Intermountain Healthcare.


6/23: The Transformation of Work Summit

How is COVID-19 shaping the long-standing conversation about employable skills, workforce training, and concrete progress now? We explore these questions with the Congressional Future of Work Caucus co-chairs and a panel of experts from the tech, policy, human resources, and education communities. This event is presented by Workday.


5/21 Virtual Meetup: Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) on cybersecurity amid COVID-19

Rep. Will Hurd chats with Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum on how the government can help inject life into the startup economy and how Congress is thinking about tech right now. Presented by Salesforce.


5/7 Virtual Meetup: VCs Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures, Andrew Reed of Sequoia Capital & Somesh Dash of IVP

After years of bubble talk, the startup and venture capital world is bracing for a correction. It's going to be tough — but it's also a moment when many founders will be inspired to build and a new generation of companies will crop up, fueled by VCs eager to back them. Sign up for Biz Carson's weekly newsletter on the VC and startup community here.


4/21 Protocol Virtual Meetup: Neal Mohan of Youtube

Protocol's editor at large David Pierce and YouTube's chief product officer Neal Mohan discuss misinformation, news, entertainment, advertising and leading a global company in a pandemic.


4/9 Virtual Meetup: Markets and tech with Goldman Sachs and Nasdaq

Protocol's Transformation Editor Mike Murphy in conversation with Ericka Leslie, Global Head of Operations at Goldman Sachs, and Lars Ottersgard, Head of Market Technology at Nasdaq, about the extraordinary efforts to keep markets up and technology running smoothly.


4/2 Virtual Meetup: Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) on tech and COVID-19

Senior Reporter Issie Lapowsky interviews California Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) about what Washington and Silicon Valley are doing to address the COVID-19 outbreak.


3/16 Virtual Meetup: The Future of Work

Protocol Editor-at-Large David Pierce and Protocol's Lauren Hepler interviewed Stephane Kasriel, former CEO, Upwork, Noelle Tassey, CEO, Alley, Peter Leroe-Muñoz, SVP of Technology and Innovation Policy, Silicon Valley Leadership Group and Andrew Chamberlain, Chief Economist, Glassdoor, about the future of work and the big story of the week: COVID-19's impact on tech.


1/28: Tech in 2020 at Nasdaq Basecamp in Davos

Technology analyst Benedict Evans sat down with Protocol Editor-at-Large David Pierce in Davos.



10/28: TV's Tipping Point

Roku

2020 has been quite a year, including for the media industry. The pandemic and its economic impact have accelerated cord cutting and driven millions of new users to streaming services. Even traditional cable companies and TV network operators are increasingly acknowledging the inevitable transition and are shifting their focus away from legacy distribution models. Has TV reached a tipping point?

RSVP to receive event details. This event is presented in partnership with Roku.

Watch our past events:

9/24: The Evolution of Cybersecurity

Securing the workforce is often referred to as a team sport, and as CISOs and cybersecurity executives know too well, the high-performing organizations are the ones that prepare most from top to bottom. Doing so often requires tough choices, executive buy-in and well-researched incident response plans. During this event, our panel of experts will discuss how the cybersecurity playing field is always evolving, and in this new era of work, how business leaders should ensure that security is a fundamental part of their technology strategy.

This event was presented in partnership with Yubico.

9/10: State of the Cloud

The cloud is not a destination; it is a fundamentally new way of building technology infrastructure. Just as the internet required print, video and audio content providers to embrace new possibilities and solve new problems, the process of digital transformation requires companies to think differently about how their applications and business processes will work in the cloud.

We'll explore how best practices for cloud computing are evolving during an unprecedented economic period with a panel of experts who can help your company determine the most efficient way to make use of this historic shift in infrastructure technology. This event was presented by Pure Storage.


9/1: Computing at the Edge

Edge computing is an emerging concept that holds great promise for the delivery of next-generation real-time applications, but it is not as well understood as cloud computing or even the internet of things. What is edge computing, and how will it change the way modern business applications are built and deployed?

Also, given the sheer amount of data generated by devices at the edge of the network and the delays associated with traveling back and forth between data centers, more and more artificial intelligence processes will have to be conducted at the edge. AI best practices are still evolving in the cloud, but they are greenfield at the edge: how should businesses adapt? This event is hosted in partnership with Intel.

8/26: National Political Conventions Series: Building the Future

In 2020, it feels like the world is changing faster than ever before. Offices are reopening, but the remote workforce is growing. Students are going back to school, but many institutions have gone virtual. And technologies like 5G promise a wave of new innovation in industries across the country.

What needs to happen now to build the economy of the future.How do we lay the infrastructure for smarter cities, factories and schools? What connectivity challenges will the future hold, from 5G to closing the digital divide? And in this future, how do we ensure that we are working, living and learning safely and securely? Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum lead a two-event series on the tech and policy needed to enable a diverse future workforce and a strong economy. This event series is hosted in partnership with ITI.


8/16: National Political Conventions Series: Building the Future

As the world begins to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders are looking to technology for answers to how to get people back to work and get our economy back on track. As we begin to build the economy of the future, how can technology enable more inclusive opportunity? How do we ensure that the US has a robust, diverse pipeline of STEM talent into the next decade? What skills and educational programs are needed?

And how can these solutions start at the local community level? Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum lead a two-event series on the tech and policy needed to enable a diverse future workforce and a strong economy. This event series is hosted in partnership with ITI.


7/30: Why there's no 'digital' in transformation

"Digital" transformation as a concept is both outdated and redundant, as the world's most successful businesses have long "gone digital." Protocol's Mike Murphy and a panel of experts dive in on specific industry case studies to hear how companies are managing transformation initiatives to better serve customers and grow their businesses, especially right now.

This event began with an engaging discussion featuring our partner Simon Freakley, CEO of AlixPartners and Mindy Grossman, CEO of WW. Protocol's transformation editor Mike Murphy led the conversation with Joe Preston, CEO of New Balance; Sheila Jordan, Chief Digital Technology Officer of Honeywell; and Doug Sauder, Director of Digital Product Management & Analytics of John Deere. This event is presented by AlixPartners.


7/16: Inside Protocol: A conversation with the newsroom

Inside Protocol

Protocol's editorial leadership took a select few behind the scenes of the Protocol newsroom.


7/14: Virtual Meetup: Innovation in healthcare

Protocol's Mike Murphy takes our special report on the post-pandemic healthcare discussion live. We explore how COVID-19 is forcing healthcare providers to change the way they work -- and how the billions of dollars in technology-related CARES Act funding and the easing of some regulations will both facilitate and accelerate that transition.

Expert panelists include Dr. Rennee Dua of Heal, Kimber Lockhart of One Medical, Dr. Bharat Sutariya of Cerner Corporation and Ryan Smith of Intermountain Healthcare.


6/23: The Transformation of Work Summit

How is COVID-19 shaping the long-standing conversation about employable skills, workforce training, and concrete progress now? We explore these questions with the Congressional Future of Work Caucus co-chairs and a panel of experts from the tech, policy, human resources, and education communities. This event is presented by Workday.


5/21 Virtual Meetup: Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) on cybersecurity amid COVID-19

Rep. Will Hurd chats with Protocol's Issie Lapowsky and Emily Birnbaum on how the government can help inject life into the startup economy and how Congress is thinking about tech right now. Presented by Salesforce.


5/7 Virtual Meetup: VCs Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures, Andrew Reed of Sequoia Capital & Somesh Dash of IVP

After years of bubble talk, the startup and venture capital world is bracing for a correction. It's going to be tough — but it's also a moment when many founders will be inspired to build and a new generation of companies will crop up, fueled by VCs eager to back them. Sign up for Biz Carson's weekly newsletter on the VC and startup community here.


4/21 Protocol Virtual Meetup: Neal Mohan of Youtube

Protocol's editor at large David Pierce and YouTube's chief product officer Neal Mohan discuss misinformation, news, entertainment, advertising and leading a global company in a pandemic.


4/9 Virtual Meetup: Markets and tech with Goldman Sachs and Nasdaq

Protocol's Transformation Editor Mike Murphy in conversation with Ericka Leslie, Global Head of Operations at Goldman Sachs, and Lars Ottersgard, Head of Market Technology at Nasdaq, about the extraordinary efforts to keep markets up and technology running smoothly.


4/2 Virtual Meetup: Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) on tech and COVID-19

Senior Reporter Issie Lapowsky interviews California Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) about what Washington and Silicon Valley are doing to address the COVID-19 outbreak.


3/16 Virtual Meetup: The Future of Work

Protocol Editor-at-Large David Pierce and Protocol's Lauren Hepler interviewed Stephane Kasriel, former CEO, Upwork, Noelle Tassey, CEO, Alley, Peter Leroe-Muñoz, SVP of Technology and Innovation Policy, Silicon Valley Leadership Group and Andrew Chamberlain, Chief Economist, Glassdoor, about the future of work and the big story of the week: COVID-19's impact on tech.


1/28: Tech in 2020 at Nasdaq Basecamp in Davos

Technology analyst Benedict Evans sat down with Protocol Editor-at-Large David Pierce in Davos.

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