Peer Resource Groups are set up so that members with common interests can interact with each other about topics that relate to that group. If you would like to be a member of one of the peer resource group groups below, you must first be a member of Technology First, and you must be logged in to see your groups. You can be a member of more than one group. Following is a list of groups that are available for you to be a part of. If you would like to join a group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CIO Council is a group of the most Senior IT Leaders in the area who meet regularly as peers to facilitate and discuss current and relevant topics in a collaborative manner. It is a very valuable forum to learn new or different approaches, validate thoughts and expand on existing practices. It is vendor agnostic, transparent, and all about sharing value-add processes and experiences.
The Cybersecurity peer resource group seeks to bring individuals together to discuss current and relevant topics dealing with cybersecurity, incident response, and security awareness. Through this information sharing forum, attendees will learn new approaches, validate ideas and learn about new topics that could impact them and their organization in the future. The bad guys are sharing information all the time, it’s time for the good guys to catch up.
The Data Analytics peer resource group seeks to bring individuals together to discuss common ideas and processes related to data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The outcome of these shared ideas and concepts is the optimization of our business performance.
All women and men in the technology field from Entry Level to Senior Executive that are interested in the professional development of women in the technology industry are welcomed. Meeting agendas and speakers are organized by the Women 4 Technology Committees occurring at least three times per year in the Dayton region and four times per year in the Cincinnati region. Our meetings revolve around the values and goals of Women 4 Technology – Leadership, Networking, Professional Development, and Mentoring.