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Late Night Host Seth Meyers to Talk Tech at Interop New York

Late Night Host Seth Meyers to Talk Tech at Interop New York

Leading Enterprise IT Event Releases Initial Keynote Lineup, including Shadow IT Expert from CBS Interactive Interop today announced Emmy Award winner Seth Meyers, host of NBC’s Late Night, will entertain an audience of IT professionals from the Interop New York keynote stage. Meyers joins a…

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Workshops Powered by Cloud Connect Present a Full View of the Cloud Stack

Workshops Powered by Cloud Connect Present a Full View of the Cloud Stack

Published by Emily Johnson Developing an optimized cloud strategy requires taking a close look at the entire stack. That’s why Cloud Connect will present five immersive workshops, Sept 29-30, at this year’s Interop New York with topics that tackle each layer – from cloud infrastructure,…

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Win a Chance to Meet Seth Meyers

Win a Chance to Meet Seth Meyers

MEET SETH MEYERS AT INTEROP SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES GENERAL CONDITIONS: The MEET SETH MEYERS AT INTEROP SWEEPSTAKES (the “Sweepstakes”) is sponsored by UBM LLC, 600 Community Drive, Manhasset, NY 11030 (“UBM” or “Sponsor”). The Sweepstakes is governed by these Official Rules, as well as by…

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Interop Debuts New Workshops For New York

Interop Debuts New Workshops For New York

Interop offers a slate of brand new workshops for the New York conference. The workshops, which run on September 29th and 30th, cover essential subjects including innovation and creativity, SDN, hands-on security training, DevOps, cloud storage, and more. Interop has gathered expert, independent instructors to…

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Product Recalls From Our IoT Future

Product Recalls From Our IoT Future

Google recently announced it was recalling over 400,000 smoke detectors from Nest Labs. According to a story in InformationWeek, lab tests showed that “the device’s Nest Wave feature, which allows users to turn off the alarm with a wave of the hand, could be activated…

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Cisco’s 3 Commandments

Cisco’s 3 Commandments

Cisco CEO John Chambers descended from the mountain on Monday to play the role of Moses, promising to guide the company’s customers across a vast and forbidding desert of SDN, cloud, and IoT FUD. Chambers’ destination is the promised land of reduced IT costs, streamlined…

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The $13,000 Man

The $13,000 Man

Are men worth more than women? If you work in IT, the answer seems to be yes, according to the InformationWeek 2014 US IT Salary Survey. The median total compensation for a female IT staffer is $81,000. For male counterparts it’s $94,000, a difference of…

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Quick Takes: IBM Storage; Datapipe AWS Service

Quick Takes: IBM Storage; Datapipe AWS Service

I had briefings this week from IBM on a beefed-up version of its GPFS, now called Elastic Storage; and Datapipe, which has rolled out a new managed service for AWS. IBM Updates GPFS To Elastic Storage IBM announced Elastic Storage, a software front-end that virtualizes…

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Collaboration Drives UC While Video Lags

Collaboration Drives UC While Video Lags

A new survey on Unified Communications (UC) shows a 6% increase in respondents who have deployed and are using UC systems compared to last year: 44% have UC platforms in place, vs. 38% in 2013. Those results come from the InformationWeek 2014 State of Unified…

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Centralized Authentication: A Double-Edged Sword

Centralized Authentication: A Double-Edged Sword

The following post is by Dan Tesch, an IT Director and Interop Advisory Board member: When I arrived at my current employer about seven years ago, I was surprised to find no Active Directory. There was an attempt at an LDAP infrastructure, but the only…

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