The View From NCS Technologies

AFITC Cybersecurity Conference Opens

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 28, 2017 9:30:00 AM

NCS Booth #232

The Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference opens today through Wednesday at the Montgomery Alabama Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center. NCS Technologies and partner Getac can be found at Booth #232.

AFITC is the gathering place for Air Force IT experts, academics and industry experts to discuss all things cybersecurity and IT. The conference offers a full slate of activities, with three days of speakers, education and training and many exhibits that demonstrate ways to better defend the military and country from cyber attacks and advanced persistent threats.

Visitors are interested in several cybersecurity topics, including rugged computing and how to best implement VDI. We will update you on user insights on the implementation of rugged computing solutions, and what the plans are to more fully implement desktop virtualization.

Read More

Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP, rugged, airforce

AFITC Puts Spotlight on IT and Cybersecurity

Posted by Katie Callahan on Aug 24, 2017 10:12:47 AM

Come Join Us at Booth #232

The Air Force Information Technology & Cyberpower Conference will be held Monday through Wednesday at the Montgomery Alabama Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center. NCS Technologies has a large presence at the show, anchored by the 20x20 Booth #232 and a full staff of NCS and Getac employees on hand to answer any of your inquiries about rugged computing and desktop virtualization.

This must-attend event provides an important platform for Air Force IT experts, academics and industry experts on cybersecurity and IT. AFITC offers a full slate of events, with three days of speakers, education and training and many exhibits that demonstrate ways to better defend the military and country from cyber attacks and advanced persistent threats.

Visitors are interested in several topics, including rugged computing and how to best implement VDI. In the days ahead we will share user insights into how they implement rugged computing solutions, and what the plans are to more fully implement desktop virtualization.

Read More

Topics: VDI, virtualization, vmware, PCoIP, rugged, airforce