The hype factor at the RSA conference

From CNet (Jon Oltsik)

It’s nearly time for that annual spring ritual: the RSA Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. ESG data tells me that, despite the recession, global organizations continue to spend on security products. So I expect another good show, though I do anticipate that the $500 kegs of Heineken at vendor booths will be omitted or replaced with Bud Light.

With the show less than a week away, here is the buzz I am anticipating. For this year, I’m including my hyperbole-to-reality ratio in my assessment.  Read the full story [cnet.com]

From CNet (Jon Oltsik)

It’s nearly time for that annual spring ritual: the RSA Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. ESG data tells me that, despite the recession, global organizations continue to spend on security products. So I expect another good show, though I do anticipate that the $500 kegs of Heineken at vendor booths will be omitted or replaced with Bud Light.

With the show less than a week away, here is the buzz I am anticipating. For this year, I’m including my hyperbole-to-reality ratio in my assessment.  Read the full story [cnet.com]

 

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