SAFNOG and ZANOG are teaming up to host the SAFNOG and ZANOG Virtual Conference 2020
While we had deferred the 2020 conferences to 2021 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we realise that there is a strong need to not only keep the conversations on the issues and development of the Internet ongoing but now more than ever, to provide a platform to keep the community engaged and discuss new challenges.
For this reason, SAFNOG and ZANOG will be teaming up to host the SAFNOG and ZANOG Virtual Conference on 29 October 2020.
The SAFNOG + ZANOG Virtual Conference will bring together industry experts from the region to discuss the trends and challenges relating to the internet, including the effects of the global pandemic. The conference will consist of presentations and a panel discussion from a panel of experts.REGISTER NOW
Virtual Conference Agenda
|THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER|
||Welcome and house rules
||SAFNOG Intro and Update
||How do you prepare for a pandemic?
||Routing Security and COVID-19: How Staying at Home Made Networks Safer
||CDN traffic shift during the president's speeches
||Panel Discussion :
ISPs in the region- what they saw during the pandemic, and how they adapted their operations.
Session Chair: Ben Maddison
Pannelists: Musa Tsela- Eswati Telecom ( Eswatini); Eng. Dimonekene Ditutal- AAPSI (Angola); Andrew Owens- NAPAfrica (RSA); Tawanda Bwanya- Telco Broadband & Beyond (Zim)
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We value your partnership and support
As you are aware, the world is facing the ongoing challenge of the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which has had a material impact on a number of local, regional and global events and businesses across various industries.
Unfortunately, the preparation for SAFNOG-6, initially scheduled for the September, 2020, has not been spared, as the pandemic has made logistical planning uncertain amongst our sponsors, supporters and venues. To this end, we have made the rather difficult, but responsible, decision to defer the SAFNOG-6 meeting to 20th - 22nd September, 2021, in order to ensure that safety and health comes first.
SAFNOG would also like to take this opportunity to encourage its and other Network Operators Groups members to actively use and increase their participation on this and other mailing lists around the world, as the learning and engagement process never ends; and in fact, is probably more crucial in these times. The operational community can continue to exist successfully even throughout this period of social distancing.
We look forward to seeing you all in the near future, and wish you continued good health and care.CONTACT US
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