Razor’s Edge is your chance to cut through the technology maze and shape digital transformation. There will be overview sessions of the most current offerings in software, hardware, and technology services. You’ll have a chance to network directly with your peers from leading technology empowered organizations.
Lawrence M. Walsh is CEO and chief analyst of Channelnomics, a business strategy firm focused on improving the performance of technology companies’ direct and indirect go-to-market channels. Mr. Walsh specializes in the development and execution of channel programs, disruptive sales models, and growth strategies for companies of all sizes, from start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations. A seasoned journalist, analyst, author, industry commentator, Walsh previously served as editor of Information Security, VARBusiness, and Ziff Davis Enterprise’s Channel Insider and Baseline Magazine. He is the co-author of the book, The Power of Convergence and host of the podcast, Changing Channels with Larry Walsh.
Follow him on social media @lmwalsh_CN.
One of the most distinguished coaching careers in National Football League history officially concluded when Dick Vermeil announced his retirement from professional football in January 2006. Dick Vermeil spent 15 seasons as an NFL head coach and was a member of the league’s coaching fraternity for 19 seasons. In addition, Vermeil has had a prestigious career as a football broadcaster, analyzing both NFL and college games. Vermeil is a member of three college sports halls of fame — Napa Community College, San Jose State and UCLA: two NFL teams Halls of Fame – Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams: three states halls of fame — Pennsylvania, Missouri, and California, and the Rose Bowl HOF. Inductee to Calif. Community College Athletic Association Hall of Fame: He is the only coach to be awarded Conference Coach of the Year honors on four levels of football competition: High School, Community College, Division I college football, and has been selected as the NFL Coach of the Year twice : 1979 and 1999 and NFC Coach of the Year 3 times: (1978,79,99) Becoming an NFL Hall of Fame Coach in the class of 2022!