Ivanti Events

Interchange Madrid – Day Two Recap

It’s day two of Interchange Madrid (read day one's recap here) and there is still an excited buzz in the air (or maybe that’s from that third glass of sangria…). Today was chock-full of activities and sessions sure to leave you with a notebook full of ideas, new insights to bring back to your team,


Interchange Madrid – Day One Recap

Interchange Madrid is finally here! Today was officially day one of the event (although we had additional partner events on Sunday and Monday). Signs were displayed, rooms were checked into, and sangria was sampled – we were ready! This is the second year we’ve had an additional Interchange event l


Interchange: Everything You Should Know About Ivanti's Annual User Conference

Interchange is a staple in Ivanti culture. We've hosted our annual user conference in cities all around the world, including Las Vegas, Dallas, Madrid, and for the first time this year, Nashville. Maybe this will be your first year at the conference. Or maybe you've attended in years past and are s


Top Reasons I'm Excited for RSA 2019

I have been going to security shows like RSA for a decade! I know. I am turning 40 this year, and more and more of these little realizations of my age are becoming apparent. But setting aside my midlife crisis for a moment… Prepping for an event like RSA takes a lot of time and effort. Getting th


Ivanti Is Title Sponsor at Silicon Slopes Tech Summit 2019

Step aside Silicon Valley, there's a new kid in town. She lives in the mountains, rides a unicorn to school, and is brimming with innovative ideas. She's looking forward to a future where computer science education is available in schools throughout Utah, and where gender bias will not hold her back


Homeward Bound: My Unexpected Affection for the Singular Security Event That is RSA

So, here’s the thing: I’ve never been a reunion kind of gal. I lived all over the country growing up, attending four high schools in three states. So, forgive me, fellow students from days gone by, but I’d be hard-pressed to remember names and faces if I encountered them again. I also didn’t atten