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TNC19 early bird registration now open

We are delighted to announce that the early bird registration for TNC19 is now officially open. All our friends and colleagues within the GÉANT community are invited to register by the end of 28 February 2019 to benefit from the… Continue Reading →

How you can contribute to the success of TNC19

TNC19 Call for Proposals for single presentations and sessions is now closed. All submissions have already been assigned to the Programme Committee members who will be shortly sharpening their red and blue pens to evaluate and select the proposals that… Continue Reading →

Record attendance at third SIG-CISS (Cloudy Interoperable Software Stacks) meeting

Collaboration, community, federated access, NREN use of services, GÉANT project … are some of the key words highlighted by the satisfaction survey following the third SIG-CISS meeting that took place at the DFN office in Berlin in November 2018. The… Continue Reading →

SIG-NOC & NGN minestrone in Rome

GARR welcomed the first joint meeting between SIG-NOC and SIG-NGN to Rome on 21-23 November 2018 with nearly 50 enthusiastic participants. The theme of SIG-NOC meeting was “Monitoring & Processes in an Automated World” and this complemented the focus on… Continue Reading →

CLAW 2018: what it meant to me

I was privileged to take part in CLAW, GÉANT’s second crisis management event that took place on 11-13 November 2018. Over 60 representatives from security, network operating centres and marcomms from the global NREN community gathered in sunny Malaga for… Continue Reading →

RIPE77 kicks off in Amsterdam

RIPE meetings are a five-day event where Internet service providers, network operators, NRENs and other interested parties from around the world gather to participate in the activities of the RIPE Community and the policies, procedures and services of the RIPE… Continue Reading →

SIG-Marcomms celebrates 15 years of development in NREN marketing communications

Fifteen years of successful knowledge and ideas exchange was celebrated by SIG-Marcomms, the GÉANT Special Interest Group on Marketing Communications, during a landmark 45th meeting on 26-28 September in Lisbon, hosted by FCT|FCCN. A key achievement of the group, meeting… Continue Reading →

GÉANT Community Programme: a busy calendar ahead

Collaboration across teams in different geographic locations and disciplines is crucial to the GÉANT community. Task Forces (TFs) and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) help GÉANT, NRENs and other research and education bodies to collaborate, share experience and guide future developments… Continue Reading →

Analyse, strategise, engage! Marketing communications community gathers at TNC18

Analytics, engagement and social media were the main focus of a joint meeting between the Global PR Network and the Special Interest Group on Marketing Communications, SIG-Marcomms, on Thursday 14 June. More than 40 people from 22 European countries and… Continue Reading →

GÉANT Task Forces and Special Interest Groups have always been open to new members, ideas and topics. Contrary to that, various security collaborations are often perceived as exclusive and restricted to subject experts only. To deny this myth, and in… Continue Reading →

Your TNC18 Guide to: the GÉANT Community Programme

The GÉANT Community Programme is an overarching, community driven, framework to foster collaboration and support community-driven initiatives in order to build communities, share ideas and solve common issues.  TNC18 is a perfect opportunity for many of our groups and activities… Continue Reading →

Surviving the GDPR (and storm Emma)

  On 27 February 2018, the Task Force Data Protection Regulation (TF-DPR) met for the third time since its launch in September last year. On this occasoin, we were kindly hosted by HEAnet in Dublin. Notwithstanding the threat that the… Continue Reading →

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