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Friday
Oct 23
Great Lakes Hyperloop: Are You Ready for the Transporation Revolution?
Online

Technology Takes the Wheel is a free, educational seminar series that explores autonomous vehicles and their societal impacts.

Co-sponsored by The University of Toledo's College of Engineering and AAA Northwest Ohio, this event addresses how autonomous vehicles impact the engineering world, as well as the world at-large.

The eighth seminar, and our first virtual, in this free series focuses on:

Great Lakes Hyperloop: Are You Ready for the Transportation Revolution?

Friday, October 23, 2020, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Virtual Seminar

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Friday
Oct 23
Startup Stories: Whitelabel
Online

Join us for another installation of Rocket Innovators, a conversation with Josh Cooper, CEO of Whitelabel Collaborative.

Hear how he and his team built a marketing and software development business.

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Wednesday
Oct 28
(Information Assurance Forum) Ransomware: Will You Be In Business Tomorrow?
TBD

UF’s 2020 Information Assurance Forum. Ransomware: Will You Be In Business Tomorrow?

When: Wed., October 28, 2020 11 am – 2 pm

Where: Winebrenner TLB Auditorium (950 N Main St; Findlay, OH 45840) & Zoom

Keynote Speaker: Robert Sprague, State of Ohio Treasurer

Other Speakers:

Dr. Loren Wagner, Senior Executive Risk & Business Development – CentraComm

Dr. Dennis Acuna, Owner & Principal Consultant – Digital GRC, LLC

Mr. Jeff Gillmor, Client Executive, Insurance & Risk Management – Hylant

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Wednesday
Oct 28
2020 Microsoft Ignite Recap
Online

Join NWo365UG and about the latest updates from the Microsoft Ignite (Virtual) Conference. This will also be a virtual event hosted on Microsoft Teams.

We will be comprising a panel of people who would like to share any cool thing they learned starting with:

Sean Flahie: Microsoft Practice Director at Apex Digital Solutions with a focus on the full Microsoft 365 platform. Specializations include security, voice, messaging, and identity solutions.

Kyle Gonyer: Senior IT Lead O365 at Dana Corp. Specializations include MS Teams, governance, modernization, end user adoption and training.

Thursday
Oct 29
Accessibility in D&I Strategy
Online

Staff from First Solar will join The Ability Center for a webinar featuring tactical information on how to incorporate accessibility within your agency's diversity and inclusion programming. Business professionals are encouraged to attend.

Thursday
Oct 29
Design is Story Telling with Ellen Lupton
Online

AIGA Toledo is honored to kick off our Virtual Design Talks with Ellen Lupton on "Design is Storytelling."

Writer and curator Ellen Lupton will talk about how to use storytelling to touch people’s minds and emotions.

How do we move, act, and respond when we look at a poster, a website, or a retail environment?

How are designers building narratives in response to the urgent crises of today?

Learn how to use concepts such as the narrative arc, the hero's journey, the rule of the threes, and sensory detail.

This talk is illustrated with rich and surprising examples that will help you master the art of narrative and bring more life to your work.

Thursday
Nov 5
Venture Flicks: Code Girl
Online

Join high school-aged girls from around the world as they try to better their community through technology and collaboration in Code Girl, a thrilling, heartfelt documentary.

North Coast Ventures has partnered with KeyBank to host virtual screenings of three can’t-miss documentaries on entrepreneurship and technology. This “Venture Flicks” movie series is open to anyone with a passion for entrepreneurship or technology.

Each movie is screened via Zoom. After each movie, we will have a 30-minute panel discussion that will include subjects from the movies, and relevant founders, investors and technologists..

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Thursday
Nov 12
Future Technologies with a Touch of Cyber Awareness
Online

NWO ACM-W chapter presents: Future Technologies with a Touch of Cyber Awareness

Featured Speaker: Brian Kelley, Chief Technology Officer, Ohio Turnpike & Infrastructure Commission, Adjunct Professor, Kent State University, Senior Lecturer, University of Akron

Monday
Nov 16
GEW Ohio
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Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is an annual celebration put on by local ecosystem builders and support organizations to strengthen entrepreneurial communities across the globe.

Ohio is collectively celebrating for its third year with organizers throughout the state, country, and globe. This year we are particularly focused on uplifting local entrepreneurs during this difficult time and reminding people that no matter what is happening in the world — entrepreneurship is still the future!

GEW 2020 will will include virtual and in-person presentations, facilitated discussions, workshops, networking opportunities, and other virtual activities

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Tuesday
Nov 17
COVE Annual Conference
Online

A unique opportunity to meet others who have worked with COVE's Visual Literacy program, share experiences, and lessons learned.

Bringing Safety Professionals Together To Share Ideas And Best Practices About Integrating Visual Literacy Into EHS Programs.

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Wednesday
Nov 18
C-Suite Roundtable w/ Pat Tiberi of the Ohio Business Roundtable
Online

The OhioX November 18th C-Suite Roundtable will feature Pat Tiberi the President and CEO of the Ohio Business Roundtable. Former Congressman Tiberi served for 17 years in the U.S. House representing Central Ohio.

In 1992, the Ohio Business Roundtable was established for one sole purpose: to improve Ohio’s business climate. Since its inception, the OBRT has worked with Ohio’s governors and legislative leaders to make Ohio more business-friendly and more competitive both nationally and internationally.

Our C-Suite Roundtables are reserved exclusively for senior technology and business leaders.

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Wednesday
Nov 18
Urban Food Innovation (Detroit)
Online

All are invited to join Bamboo Detroit for a virtual series this Fall as we learn about new trends and technologies shaping our cities' futures during and after the crisis, and what startups can build and innovate on next.

When the world stayed home many food businesses had to pivot to quickly move goods and services in new ways. Along with delivery applications, cloud kitchens, or drones flying your groceries to your door, startups are creating new technologies to better reach you. Join us as we discuss the trends in our food ecosystem and technologies, and also what Detroiters want to see ahead.

Tuesday
Jan 12, 2021
CANCELED Codemash 2021
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Kalahari Resort

TLDR: We are informing you that CodeMash 2021 [and KidzMash] has been cancelled.

CodeMash is a unique event that educates developers on current practices, methodologies and technology trends in variety of platforms and development languages such as Java, .NET, Ruby and PHP. Held every January at the lush Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio, attendees will be able to attend a world-class technical conference amid Ohio’s largest indoor waterpark. Nobody will frown if you show up in shorts, sandals, and your loudest t-shirt. You might even win a prize for doing so.

It’s not just about a grind of sessions, but also providing attendees the opportunity of continuing the conversations and networking outside of the daily conference events. The goal has always been to achieve this mission by creating a conference environment that focuses on professionalism and respect for one another.

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Wednesday
Mar 10, 2021
Teams Governance & Champions (NWo365UG)

Tentative.

Speaker/Presentation will be Kyle Gonyer (Dana Corp) and Wanda Brotzki (First Solar) covering topics to include the collaboration journey from planning to adoption of Office 365 apps, primarily Microsoft Teams.