Another great INTERFACE-Alaska event! Thank you to everyone that came by the AFCEA Alaska booth during the event.
The largest IT expo in Alaska is back…INTERFACE-Alaska. Have you registered yet? Go to the AFCEA Alaska events page to register and don’t miss this once a year event!
Great turnout the other day at the ACS Business Center…Thanks to Benjamin Craig for providing an excellent Q&A regarding his IT background and some of the items that he is dealing with as the CIO of Northrim Bank. Additionally, he invited all AFCEA Alaska members to the upcoming Anchorage Tech Forum on 22 March 2018.
Come join us on the second Thursday of March from 1130-1300, for some free food and a presentation by Northrim Bank.
The January Luncheon which was originally scheduled for 11 January is postponed until Friday, 26 January. This delay will ensure speaker availability and schedules are synchronized after coming back from the holidays. Once speaker information and venue details are available, the information will go out in a future email and be made available on our
Our next luncheon will be on 9 November 2017, with the guest speaker being SMSgt Glendon Schmitz, Flight Chief of Cyber Defense, 673d Communications Squadron. He will be discussing ISC2 and what the organization brings to the IT community. Look for the event in your email and register for the even on this page in the coming
59th Signal Ball: Friday, 20 October 2017 at the Anchorage Hilton. Military Room Rates will be extended to all Ball attendees, $99 + 12% hotel tax. $30 overnight valet parking. Dance floor and pay as you go bars. Guest speaker will be COL (Retired) John C. Deal (previous Battalion Commander during the re-flagging on 16
AFCEA Alaska’s next luncheon event is on 12 October 2017…Our guest speaker is the 59th Signal Battalion Commander, LTC Byron J. Brown. See the events page for registration.
The luncheon series is back beginning next week, Thursday – 14 September 2017. For specifics and to register for the even, please visit the upcoming events page.