A Note From Connect Leadership

July-August 2020

August 2020, where to even start…  As I write this note to our community, things in the US are still uncertain vis-à-vis Covid-19, but I know as a community, we will continue to thrive and do great things! HPE had a virtual Discover event that was pretty well received, things are still in the planning stage for the NonStop Technical Boot Camp, and I am sure we will have a great event no matter what format it will be. We have also had a few great NonStop virtual events, so things are continuing, albeit in different formats.

Our community is strong and continues to grow! As folks learn to work in a new fashion, we are finding new and creative ways to make things happen. In the US, the majority of companies have gone to virtual workspaces, and we at Connect have done the same. Our Slack channel has never been busier, I encourage folks to join and chat with their fellow IT professionals. We have many channels that provide great content and a true sense of community.

Our publications continue to be well received, and we hope you are finding value in them. Drop us a note and let us know what type of content you’d like to see, and we will do our best to provide it.

Stay safe (and wear a mask if you can),
Marty Edelman
Connect Worldwide President

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About Marty Edelman 3 Articles

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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