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    • How to Architect and Deploy a Multi-Tier SharePoint Server Farm on AWS How to Architect and Deploy a Multi-Tier SharePoint Server Farm on AWS James Brown, Business Development Manager Recorded: Oct 31 2013 10:00 am UTC 51 mins
    • Please join us as we discuss the steps and available tools necessary to design, setup, and deploy infrastructure for running a multi-server, Microsoft SharePoint Server Farm on AWS.
      In this webinar we will also cover how to architect for high availability and provision the relevant AWS services and resources to run SharePoint Server workloads at scale on the AWS Cloud. We shall also review available content and tools, such as AWS CloudFormation Templates and a new Advanced Implementation Guide that will help you quickly customize and implement a scalable, enterprise-class SharePoint Server farm on AWS.

      After the presentation, you will have an opportunity to participate in a live Q&A discussion, where you may write-in questions to AWS team members

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    • 7 Ways to Untangle Your Spaghetti Cabling 7 Ways to Untangle Your Spaghetti Cabling James Kahkoska, CTO Portable Network Test, Netscout Recorded: Oct 27 2015 4:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    • There are more than a half dozen different technologies for determining where a cable goes. Despite the myriad of tools and techniques no one method works universally. This webinar will present 7 different techniques, how each works, and the strengths and caveats of each. After this webinar you will be armed with a toolbox of techniques for cleaning up your server room or cubicle farm.

      Presenter's Bio: James is the CTO for Handheld Network Test at Netscout. He pioneered many firsts for the industry and his company, dating back to the very creation of the handheld product category. His work has included the first touch screens on test instruments, the invention of digital toning, and most recently leveraging mobility & cloud reporting in portable network testing. He has invented many of your favorite tools including OneTouch, LinkRunner AT, Intellitone, & his newest tool, LinkSprinter.

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    • When is a failed wind turbine really a failure? When is a failed wind turbine really a failure? Richard Smith, Romax, George Pooley, Re-Loss Adjusters, Paul Judge, GE, Nadia Weekes, Windpower Intelligence Recorded: Sep 10 2014 12:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • Historically, gearboxes and main bearings have been a headache for wind farm operators and owners. They have failed to meet service expectations within such a dynamic operating environment.

      So how do your main bearings measure up? Is your bearing system reliable? How can you reduce costs without compromising reliability?

      In this live Windpower Monthly webcast, we take a detailed look at the material issues and the true wear and tear of bearings.

      Tune in live to learn:
      - How to get the best from inspections and existing data
      - How to classify bearing damage
      - Strategies to address the root problem of failed bearings and extend their life
      - When you should replace bearings
      - The secrets to increase drivetrain performance

      Don’t miss this opportunity to hear our expert speakers discuss how software and services can help you increase drivetrain performance, increase reliability, reduce costs and solve existing issues.

      Speakers include
      Richard Smith, Fleet Engineering Manager, Romax
      George Pooley, Head of Loss Adjusting, Re-Loss Adjusters
      Paul Judge, Product Management Leader, GE
      Moderated by Nadia Weekes, Editor at Large, Energy & Environment

      Sponsored by Romax
      Romax Technology is a global leader in providing consulting, engineering and software solutions for end-to-end driveline, bearings and gearboxes across the wind energy, automotive, aerospace, rail, off road, marine and bearings industries.

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    • Benchmarks For Choosing the Right Disaster Recovery Solution Benchmarks For Choosing the Right Disaster Recovery Solution Rich Kocielko, Senior VMware Administrator, Lippert Components; Jennifer Gill, Director, Global Product Marketing, Zerto Recorded: Jun 19 2014 6:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • Rich Kocielko, is the Senior VMware Adminstrator at Lippert, a leading supplier to the recreational vehicle; manufactured housing; trailer; and bus industries which has reached $1 billion in annual revenues. With over 200 VMs that need to be protected, Rich was looking for a simple solution. Every other disaster recovery solution seemed to be a hassle to use between coordinating snapshots or configuring the failover process - nothing just worked.

      With Zerto Virtual Replication, Rich found a simple solution that delivered aggressive service levels, did not impact his production applications. Additionally, with a storage agnostic replication solution, they can more easily try out new products as the requirement for a production and target array is eliminated, helping them innovative.

      At this session you will learn how to:
      •Deliver aggressive service levels to a $1 billion business
      •Simply ensure production and BC/DR processes are always in alignment
      •Leverage new and innovative products
      •Ensure there is always a good point for recovery
      •Deliver robust replication and recovery for critical applications such as Microsoft DNS, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Lync 2010/2013, DHCP and a large Citrix XenServer Farm

      Join Rich Kocielko and Zerto to learn more!

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    • Why I Wish There Were No 'I' in Innovate: Building The Right Team For Innovation Why I Wish There Were No 'I' in Innovate: Building The Right Team For Innovation Chris Trimble, author of several best-selling books on Innovation; Adjunct Professor at Dartmouth and Tuck Business School Recorded: May 22 2013 5:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    • In the popular imagination, innovation is about brilliant people with brilliant ideas, doggedly pursuing their dream and breaking through every obstacle that stands in their way. The reality, however, is that innovation is fundamentally a team sport.

      Sure, one person can come up with an idea, but an idea is only a beginning. After a commitment to a great idea, the full nature of the innovation challenge becomes clear. Somehow, companies have to tackle two conflicting tasks simultaneously: building something new and sustaining excellence in what already exists.

      This requires more than just general, feel-good teamwork. It requires a team that is structured in a very particular way. Unfortunately, most companies aren’t familiar with what these teams look like. Like a newcomer to the baseball playing world, they have little idea, if any, about the roles on the team. They have no idea what the pitcher, catcher, infielders, and outfielders do.

      In this webcast, Chris Trimble will outline exactly how to build the right team for every innovation initiative. He will also talk about how his new book, How Stella Saved the Farm, can be used as an instigator of productive conversations about what it really takes to make innovation happen.

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    • The ERISA and Securities Litigation Snapshot: Minimizing CFO and Board Liability The ERISA and Securities Litigation Snapshot: Minimizing CFO and Board Liability Jim Baker, Rhonda Prussack, Gerry Czarnecki, Susan Mangiero Recorded: Mar 7 2012 6:00 pm UTC 70 mins
    • In the last few years, pension funding levels and 401(k) account balances have fallen dramatically. New disclosure rules, volatile market conditions, investment complexity and mandatory cash contributions are only a few of the many challenges that are unlikely to go away. Not surprisingly, ERISA litigation continues to grow, along with lawsuits related to employee benefit plan governance. Personal liability claims against C-level executives and board members has become the normal.

      Join FTI Consulting and the Securities Docket for a timely and informative webinar about the link between employee benefit plan management and shareholder value.

      During this 60 minute live event, attendees will learn:

      •Why ERISA litigation claims against top executives and board members continue to grow
      •How securities litigation and ERISA filings are related and what it means for corporate directors and officers
      •What ERISA liability insurance underwriters want clients to demonstrate in terms of best practices
      •What steps the Board and top executives can take to minimize their liability
      •What investment fiduciary bad practices to avoid
      •When to Get the CFO and Board Members Involved

      The panel includes (a) Attorney Jim Baker, ERISA litigator of the year for 2012 and a partner with Baker & McKenzie (b) Ms. Rhonda Prussack, Executive Vice President and fiduciary liability insurance product manager for Chartis (c) Mr. Gerry Czarnecki, governance guru and State Farm Insurance board member and (d) Dr. Susan Mangiero, Managing Director with FTI Consulting’s Forensic and Litigation Consulting Practice in New York.

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    • Where is your next online attack coming from? Where is your next online attack coming from? Gary Willock, Solution Architect, Liverpool Direct | Spencer Parker, Director, Product Management, ScanSafe Recorded: Jun 30 2010 2:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • From Social Networks to the Cloud, tune into this live webcast on 30th June to see what 20 billion real user Web requests per month reveal about malware on the Web. Hear also about the most current trends and behavioural patterns in the Web threat landscape to ensure that you don’t fall victim.

      > The Facebook Effect – Learn from suprising corporate reports just how much work time your employees are spending tending to the virtual farm and the most common ways they are facilitating cybercrime

      > The Vertical Threat – Using recent statistics, benchmark just how sensitive your industry is relative to others

      > In-the-Cloud - Understand how attackers are using the power of distributed networking to their own advantage

      > The Web Threat Landscape – Gain genuine corporate analysis on what today’s most dangerous malware is and how it is evolving

      Gary Willock, Solution Architect and Technical Strategy, Liverpool Direct

      Spencer Parker, Director of Product Management, ScanSafe, now part of Cisco

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    • How to Achieve Sustainability in Business How to Achieve Sustainability in Business Solitaire Townsend, Futerra & Christopher Broadbent, BASE Recorded: Mar 3 2010 4:00 pm UTC 31 mins
    • Sustainability is now considered an economic imperative for businesses, according to the latest BASE Survey Results. The results highlight the need for more clear and consistent governmental policies related to sustainability for businesses. Learn where to start to build a low carbon sustainable business by developing a 50 year vision for your business and what the incentives are to become sustainable.

      Solitaire Townsend is a leading international voice on communicating sustainability. In 2001 she co-founded Futerra Sustainability Communications Ltd, an agency specialising in behaviour change, sustainable communications strategy and building sustainable brands. A values-based company committed to transformational change, Futerra is a force in the UK, Europe, USA and Asia. Solitaire was named Ethical Entrepreneur of the Year 2008/09 , is a member of the United Nations Taskforce on Sustainable Lifestyles, Board Director of leading think tank Tomorrow’s Company and was appointed as one of fifteen London Leaders for Sustainability.

      Christopher Broadbent has worked as a journalist, and in public relations. He is now an advisor to business on sustainability. He keeps a foot in the PR door as non executive chairman of Green Row PR, and a non executive director of The Argyll Consultancies. He is a founder partner of BASE; connecting business with sustainability in terms of profit, opportunity and policy. He is the chairman of the advisory board of Green Rewards. He is involved in sustainable landscapes through his pro bono work on the board of the world’s leading flora conservation charity, Plantlife International. With his wife Sarah he runs his own small farm in East Sussex on sustainable principles, becoming a showcase site for biodiversity, conservation and traditional management methods.

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    • Unlocking the Power of Your Unique Personal Identity Unlocking the Power of Your Unique Personal Identity Host Michael Lee Stallard with guest Larry Ackerman, The Identity Circle Recorded: Nov 21 2008 4:00 pm UTC 31 mins
    • Join Michael Lee Stallard and his guest Larry Ackerman, founder and president of The Identity Circle. Larry is a leading authority on organizational and identity. In a professional career spanning more than 25 years, Mr. Ackerman has helped meet some of the most complex challenges facing large organizations struggling to distinguish themselves in their fields. As a personal coach to senior executives, as well as consultant to their institutions, his insights have helped many leaders discover the keys not just to survive, but to flourish.

      Larry’s consulting experience is international and multi-industry in scope. He has directed assignments for such diverse companies as AARP, Aetna, The American Academy of Family Physicians, Baxter Healthcare, Boise Cascade, Dow Chemical, EDS, Fidelity Investments, Gates Corp, Interbrew, Lockheed Martin, Maytag, National Australia Bank, Norsk Hydro, State Farm Insurance, Ernst & Young, and Westinghouse.

      Larry has published two ground-breaking books on identity. In his first book, Identity Is Destiny: Leadership and the Roots of Value Creation (Berrett-Koehler, 2000), the author set forth a revolutionary view of the nature of identity and its impact on leadership and management. In his second book, The Identity Code: The 8 Essential Questions for Finding Your Purpose and Place in the World (Random House, 2006), Larry asserts that we “cannot be anything we want to be;” but rather, that long term fulfillment comes when we live by the ‘identity code’ that defines our unique value-creating potential.

      Larry Ackerman has been a guest lecturer at the Yale School of Management, Wharton, Pepperdine University and UCLA’s Anderson School. Larry is a top-rated speaker for The Conference Board, and a regular keynote speaker for senior management meetings among global companies.

      In this webcast, Mr. Ackerman will share many of his insights about how and individual can unlock the power of his or her identity.

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