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    • Windows 10: A First Look at the Latest Devices Windows 10: A First Look at the Latest Devices Marlowe Dayley, Senior Channel Marketing Manager, Microsoft Recorded: Mar 12 2016 9:25 pm UTC 33 mins
    • Windows 10 opens up innovative device experiences and enables your business to take advantage of new hardware enabled security features.

      Every business has potential. Given the right tools, it's the people within that can take big ideas from brainstorms to results.

      Buying a Windows 10 device means you'll have the tools for transforming ideas, and your business, into something greater. When you accelerate a PC refresh* from Windows 7 to Windows 10 you are getting extra hardware enabled security features giving you the most secure Windows platform yet.
      Plus, newer devices and form factors light up new user experiences like Cortana, Inking, Touch and Continuum.

      With enhanced security, productivity, performance and mobility you really can’t do better than accelerating to Windows 10 today.

      Watch this webcast to:
      •Discover new features that are enabled in the latest devices with Windows 10
      •Understand why the 6th generation Intel processor helps deliver better security and manageability
      •Learn more about the latest Intel Skylake devices announced in January 2016
      •Get additional resources to evaluate what device is right for you

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    • Cut Latency, Gain Unparalleled VM Performance with Hyperconverged Infrastructure Cut Latency, Gain Unparalleled VM Performance with Hyperconverged Infrastructure Jon Toigo, Chairman, Data Management Institute; Carlos Nieves, Director of Marketing, DataCore Software Recorded: Jan 27 2016 7:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    • As we enter 2016, hyper-converged infrastructure appliances are gaining steam as a means to achieve agile IT resource allocation in software-defined data centers. However, many planners are discovering that fast-deploy server/storage appliances often fall short in terms of hosted VM performance. Perceived application performance is the make-or-break of modern IT service strategy and faster is definitely better. The challenges to achieving stellar application performance in virtualized hyper-converged infrastructure are many, but I/O latency is ultimately the first and often the most important hurdle to overcome. Most solutions offered by storage and hypervisor software vendors fall short of tackling the latency challenge, since doing so really requires more than just memory caching, log structuring or I/O pipelining. What is needed is parallel I/O processing.

      In this webinar, you will learn how to:

      - Obtain up to 300x reduction in latency and up to 15x improvement in data throughput – even with commodity server and storage gear
      - Harness the untapped power of multi-core processors to create a parallel engine for processing I/O
      - Reduce your infrastructure costs while learning more about a hyper-converged solution that achieved $0.08 per SPC-1 IOPS™

      The results have been documented in a just-published report from the Storage Performance Council that should be required reading for any IT planner.

      Join us as industry analyst, Jon Toigo walks through the benchmark results to describe the best performing and lowest cost solution for achieving application performance in the market today.

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    • Reduce Costs & Optimize Infrastructure with Intelligent, VNF Workload Placement Reduce Costs & Optimize Infrastructure with Intelligent, VNF Workload Placement George Hamilton, VP, Product Marketing, RIFT.IO Recorded: Nov 3 2015 7:00 pm UTC 43 mins
    • Running network functions reliably and cost-effectively on commodity-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware requires the right software. The right network functions virtualization (NFV) software platform should be able to automatically leverage available hardware capabilities such as faster processors, hardware assists, or packet acceleration to minimize cost per bit.

      Join our webcast to learn how RIFT.ware integrates key Intel networking technologies, such as Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) and Enhanced Platform Awareness Attributes (EPA) such as Quick Assist Technologies (QAT), Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) and other component level innovations to unlock a whole new level of intelligence for VNF workload placement in NFV orchestration. You’ll learn how RIFT.ware makes it easy to exploit Intel's advanced hardware technologies and enables VNF builders and network operators to automatically choose the right infrastructure for virtual network functions and maximize hardware cost/performance.

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    • The Need for Speed: Parallel I/O and the New Tick-Tock in Computing The Need for Speed: Parallel I/O and the New Tick-Tock in Computing Jon Toigo, Chairman, Data Management Institute; Sushant Rao, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, DataCore Software Recorded: Oct 27 2015 6:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • The virtualization wave is beginning to stall as companies confront application performance problems that can no longer be addressed effectively, even in the short term, by the expensive deployment of silicon storage, brute force caching, or complex log structuring schemes. Simply put, hypervisor-based computing has hit the performance wall established decades ago when the industry shifted from multi-processor parallel computing to unicore/serial bus server computing.

      Join industry analyst Jon Toigo and DataCore in this presentation where you will learn how your business can benefit from our Adaptive Parallel I/O software by:

      - Harnessing the untapped power of today's multi-core processing systems and efficient CPU memory to create a new class of storage servers and hyper-converged systems
      - Enabling order of magnitude improvements in I/O throughput
      - Reducing the cost per I/O significantly
      - Increasing the number of virtual machines that an individual server can host without application performance slowdowns

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    • PoS Security Threats:  Increase Compliance While Reducing Costs PoS Security Threats: Increase Compliance While Reducing Costs Rik Ferguson/ Director of Security Research at Trend Micro Recorded: Nov 13 2014 5:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • Credit card data held by the retail and hospitality industry has attracted the attention of hackers who steal and sell this data for profit. More than 65% of retail transactions are done via credit, debit or gift cards; cash transactions continue to decline worldwide. Point of Sale (PoS) devices process these transactions and send data to payment processors, so PoS devices are at the heart of these data breaches. Learn the critical 3 types of retail PoS threats, how to increase your PCI DSS 2.0 compliance, and best practices for merchants approaching the critical holiday buying and hospitality season.
      You will learn:
      • The three types of retail PoS threat categories
      • Implications for the retail and hospitality/travel & leisure industries
      • Anatomy of an PoS attack/hacker threats
      • Best practices for merchants and payment processors
      • Resources available to protect valuable data

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    • How do electronic or digital transactions relate to Big Data? How do electronic or digital transactions relate to Big Data? INETCO Systems Limited Recorded: Aug 25 2015 7:10 pm UTC 2 mins
    • For any bank, payment processor or other financial institution concerned about the end customer experience, transaction data is your goldmine. Each transaction that travels across an ATM, POS, Mobile Banking, Internet Banking, Branch, Core Banking or Messaging Middleware environment can provide powerful answers to questions such as:

      - What are customers experiencing?

      - How are my networks, applications and third party service providers responding?

      - What is the business value of each consumer transaction from a revenue or service perspective?

      In today’s complex networks, electronic transaction volumes continue to increase, leading to some Big Data challenges. One transaction is often made up of sub transactions – many moving parts between a start point such as the ATM, and the end point, such as a host authorization. These moving parts could include things such as transaction switches, firewalls, service applications or host security models. When INETCO talks about transactions, we talk about all the Big Data collected on an end-to-end transaction path, correlated into one, complete transaction.

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