A Note From Connect Leadership

Welcome to another issue of The Connection!

We have a jammed-packed issue which I am sure you will find very informative.

While the world is beginning to get its arms around the pandemic, we are all faced with a work-related pandemic challenge: security. It isn’t just the job of the security team, it is a problem we must all deal with. In this issue, we have some great content to help you understand the problems we all face and some great ways to deal with them.

The NonStop Technical Boot Camp is fast approaching and we already have a large number of folks signed up to attend in person. We are taking great pains to ensure that we can all participate in a safe fashion and we hope to see you there. The content is coming along very nicely, and I think this will be our best Boot Camp ever. You can signup by following this link.

A special thank you to our great sponsors which include: comforte, ETI-NET, Gravic, NTI, IR, Striim, TCM, TIC Software, XYPRO, and more! You can see the full lineup in the 2021 Partner Pavilion here.

Lastly, if anyone would like to contribute to The Connection, we are always looking for great content so don’t be shy! If I can contribute, so can you (-:

Best regards,
Marty Edelman
President, Connect Worldwide



  • Marty Edelman

    Since retiring from The Home Depot, Marty Edelman has provided strategic guidance to organizations wishing to modernize their IT infrastructures. While at The Home Depot, he was the director of Payment Services. Marty has been involved with HPE (Tandem, Compaq, HPE and HPE) for more than 30 years as an employee, end user, and independent consultant. He founded a small consultancy firm that specialized in developing high-volume mission-critical solutions for Fortune 500 companies. Marty and his team helped to build the UPS Tracking System, the NYSE Consolidated Trade and Quote systems, and the SWIFT next-generation computing platform.

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