Missionaries taking sabbaticals

Deciding Who Decides How You Spend Your Time

Work/Life Separation has been a big issue for a while. How can IT folks avoid burnout when 24/7 tech support is expected? How can Christians avoid burnout when there are always people with a real needs all around us? We will look at Biblical teaching and practical experience on the matter. Expect lots of discussion.

Nutrition/ Healthy Eating / Shopping

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Inductive Bible Study

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Introduction to Agile Software Development with Scrum and Kanban

This is a basic introduction to Agile software development with a focus on the common ‘Scrum’ and ‘Kanban’ processes. It will walk through what agile is and how it can improve your software development processes.


Streamlined Software Development with the Atlassian Integrated Tool Suite

We will take a look at some low cost, high quality, tools that are integrated together to streamline the software development life cycle. These tools are free for open source projects or $10 for teams of 10 or less. These tools can be used in traditional software development as well as Agile software development. Tools include Jira for defect tracking as well as agile project management, Bitbucket as a front-end for GIT, Confluence for document, wiki-like, hosting, Bamboo as a continues integration/test server, plus more.

The Importance of User Experience in the Workplace (and how technology plays a key role)

As we continue to grow into a rapid age of digital natives, how are we ensuring that the same digital experience we see in the secular and consumer worlds are brought to the missions field? Join this session to explore key aspects for driving more successful user experience such as understanding your consumer, managing digital clutter, omnichannel engagement, self-service content, chatbots, mobile UI, adaptive interactions, accessibility and value creation. It’s all about meeting people where they are and giving them digital avenues that can support a diverse set of technological skill levels.

Writing PUSH Notifications for NodePing

Monitor server metrics, local networks, or anything else you can think of with NodePing PUSH checks. This session will be a beginners guide to configuring PUSH checks. We will also show you how you can write your own.

Why FreeBSD in 2019?

How FreeBSD 12 can benefit you with first class support for the ZFS filesystem with data integrity and better-than-hardware RAID, bulletproof updates/upgrades, superior firewalling with PF, high performance virtualization, systemd-free, containerization with jails, and great stability

Unifi Your Network

Unifi your network and demystify network and camera remote management.
Are you looking for a plug and play network setup that is complete, remote managed, feature rich, and not obsolete? Not mention something that is reasonably priced equipment, easy to install, and with a camera security system? Network product line Unifi from Ubiquity (Click here for Unifi Protect security camera system) might be exactly what you need. Unifi is perfect for small to medium sized offices, schools, churches, internet cafes, etc that need to be remote-managed. Rob will be sharing his experience on a recent install of a complete Unifi network: several WiFi access points, two switches, router, 10+ cameras, and Cloud Key Gen2 Pro. We’ll remote in to the network and show you right at ICCM! Come with your questions and learn about Unifi’s easy to install, easy to manage network and camera equipment. Already know about Unifi? You’re welcome to contribute to the Q&A portion of the session.

Introduction to Synology

This session will provide an introduction to Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices and the many programs & features that come with it which you can take advantage of. David will cover the control panel, networking features, and setting up shared folders with granular permissions – including integration with your existing Active Directory structure. David will also cover several of the packages that are available with it for free, including VPN Server, Hyper Backup (which allows you to back up your entire NAS into cloud services such as Amazon, Dropbox, and other related services), and Cloud Station Server. You’ll also learn how to securely share files, or request files from others.

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Data Management for Nonprofits

This session addresses multiple ways nonprofits can securely and reliably manage their data. He will introduce “The Cloud” and will explain how to practice data security, whether using cloud-based or local data storage options. We will also discuss how nonprofits can use options such as Google Apps for Nonprofits to better manage, store, and backup their data, including donor data bases.

GDPR – How it applies to non-Europe non-profits

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Up and coming current and projected Data Protection laws in North America

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Sessions listed are subject to change.