Announcing CaribNOG 14/ Internet Week Oct 9-13th Georgetown, Guyana
CaribNOG announces our fourteenth regional gathering, CaribNOG 14 in Georgetown Guyana on Oct 9th-13th 2017. CaribNOG14 will be held as part of Internet Week Guyana as CaribNOG joins with LACNIC, ICANN, ISOC and CTU for a week of rich dialogue and technical capacity building discussions. CaribNOG14 follows on the heels of a very successful CaribNOG13 held in Bridgetown, Barbados.
CaribNOG is a critical forum on the region’s technology landscape for rich technical discussions where we seek to better position the Caribbean to address critical technology challenges and issues and to collaboratively derive relevant solutions. CaribNOG14 is expected to draw industry experts from across the region and around the world to the beautiful country of Guyana.
CaribNOG is a not-for-profit, independent, technical community providing an important regional forum for building technical capacity, sharing industry experiences and promoting relevant solutions for advancing network engineering in the Caribbean. CaribNOG has built a reputation as an influential forum where computer network technicians and technology professionals share knowledge and experiences and participate in expert-led, high-tech training and hands-on technical workshops.
Register now and keep checking here and on our social media channels for additional meeting details.
CaribNOG successfully hosted its thirteenth regional gathering, CaribNOG 13 in Bridgetown, Barbados at the 5th Floor Conference Room, Baobab Towers, Warrens, St. Michael on Apr 18th-19th 2017.
CaribNOG is a critical forum on the region’s technology landscape for rich technical discussions where we seek to better position the Caribbean to address critical technology challenges and issues and to collaboratively derive relevant solutions. CaribNOG13 is expected to draw industry experts from across the region and around the world to the beautiful island of Barbados.
A technology trend known as automation could be a game-changer for developing regions, but the Caribbean is trailing global adoption.
Across the industry, the automation of network configuration and network management is already bringing tangible benefits, such as lower operating costs and centralised security. But Caribbean adoption rates have lagged behind global averages, and the promise of automation remains largely unfulfilled in the region.