There are different aspects of networking ranging from physical cable (copper or optical) along with radio frequency (RF) or wireless mediums; however, there are also the software and logical considerations among others. In this webinar, we are going to look at how your servers and storage can network or communicate with each other. In order for servers to communicate with storage and vice versa on a local or remote basis. There is a mix of server, storage, networking hardware and software considerations to address. This discussion looks at what those considerations are as well as networking between different skills or knowledge groups to help network pro’s know a bit more about storage and vice versa across local, virtual and cloud servers and storage.
•What are your server and storage I/O networking options (local and remote)
•Role of DAS, SAN, NAS, LANs, MANs and WANs including clouds
•Virtual servers, virtual storage and virtual storage networking
•Storage access protocols and personalities including block, file and object
•Some common myths or misperceptions of SAN, DAS, NAS and storage networking
•Data sharing vs. storage sharing along with metrics that matter
•Hardware, software and tool considerations
In this interview at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, Craig Schlagbaum, VP of indirect channels for Comcast Business Class, talks about why channel partners should consider cable for their connectivity to the cloud.Read more >
This Webinar will provide an overview of the cleaning and inspection procedures required for achieving excellent testing results for MPO trunk cables.Read more >
Lance Hassan, Principal Engineer at Time Warner Cable, talks about the value of becoming a MEF Carrier Ethernet Certified Professional (MEF-CECP).Read more >
Hear CMOs discuss how changes in consumer behavior, technology advances, and other trends are impacting budgets and priorities for 2015. Featuring: Stephanie Anderson, SVP and CMO, Business Services at Time Warner Cable, Chris Bruzzo, CMO at Electronic Arts, and Kieran Hannon, CMO at Belkin International, moderated by Peter Krainik, Founder at the CMO ClubRead more >
For any company in which software is key to its revenue stream—whether SaaS-based or deployed on premise—the cloud is, very literally, a game-changer. That’s why it is so critical that you align with a cloud provider you can rely on to meet expectations—yours and your customers.
But how do you best evaluate different cloud service options and find the provider that offers the best fit with your business and customer base? Join this webinar to get practical, hands-on insights on what is really happening in cloud services and the steps you should follow to make the cloud work for your SaaS business.
About the presenters:
Jeff Kaplan, Managing Director of THINKstrategies, has been a pioneer in recognizing the unprecedented business opportunities created by the Cloud. Kaplan was recently ranked #20 among the top 100 Cloud experts on Twitter in the Huffington Post.
R. Brooks Borcherding, SVP- Enterprise & Carrier Services, Time Warner Cable & formerly President & CEO of NaviSite, a leading provider of cloud services.
Today and in the future, Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 will support the automated provisioning of dynamic cloud-based services through NFV and SDN as outlined in MEF’s Third Network vision and Lifecycle Service Orchestration strategy. The MEF’s Professional Certification Program is evolving to keep pace with these rapid developments in our industry.
This webinar will cover two key topics. It will introduce the new MEF C3 Professional Certification program and cover the terminology and concepts of Service Architecture, Connectivity Services, Lifecycle Frameworks and Lifecycle Orchestration. In addition, it will reveal why it is critical to fully understand how to deploy those CE service attributes necessary to support agile cloud services, which are covered in the current MEF-CECP exam.
This webinar is intended for individuals who plan, market, implement, deploy, operate and support CE services.
It is hard to believe the amazing changes that marketing has seen in the past five years. With the explosive rise of social media shaping how customers engage and communicate to the era of Big Data and the need to master new analytics and technologies, marketing looks very different than it did.
So what will marketing look like in another five years? And how are marketers setting skills, technologies and processes now to be prepared for the customer of 2018? Will more CMOs be CEO's? Will the role of the CMO continue to change? Or will a new role emerge…the Chief Digital Officer or the Chief Marketing Technologist?
Join the CMO Council and senior members of its global advisory board as they discuss and debate the evolution of the CMO, looking into marketing in 2018.
Hear from cloud customers in their own words - from business benefits to top use cases. How can cloud computing transform your organization?Read more >
This webinar examines how to get past the complicated settings and parameters involved when performing a complete fiber-link characterization with an OTDR, and how to use a new link characterization approach involving self-managed parameters and intelligent automation.Read more >
Le monde des affaires ne dort jamais. Raison pour laquelle les entreprises doivent impérativement disposer d'une connexion réseau continue. Un défaut d'accès au centre de données peut engendrer des couts exorbitants. Voilà pourquoi les entreprises ont investi massivement dans des solutions onéreuses et/ou des protocoles complexes leur assurant une connectivité redondante.
Une nouvelle technologie est désormais disponible : Multi-Link. Cette solution permet d'intégrer toute une série de connexions distinctes (MPLS, câble, satellite, large bande mobile, DLS, WAN, etc.) tout en réduisant sensiblement les coûts d'acquisition et de maintenance.
Nicolas Monier vous présentera les avantages de Multi-Link au cours d'un webcast aussi bref qu'efficace.
Leviton’s Overhead Infrastructure Platform provides a fully independent network pathway support for network lighting, power, cabling, and other infrastructure. Platforms can carry the load of cables and ladder trays while FREEING UP RACK SPACE by adding patching above cabinets or racks. Since cabinets and racks are not attached to the overhead infrastructure, power and cabling can be quickly disconnected without removing hardware.Read more >
Join us for this webcast where we will explore questions such as:
• How do you have a quality monitoring program that is about coaching and developing you to do things right?
• How do you get all levels to become engaged in the quality process?
• What are best practices for providing quality across multiple customer interaction channels?
• Thomas Antunes, VP Tele-Services & Channels, Time Warner Cable
• Gary Harris, Director of Customer Operations IGS Energy
• Matt Woody, VP Consumer Contact Center Site Manager, Fifth Third Bank
Learn how to add thousands to your bottom line by using the industry’s best kept secret. It’s increasingly difficult to get an edge over your competition and stay profitable at the same time. With our secret weapon, you’ll reduce scrap, save time, and most importantly – increase profits!
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Save on time, labor and scrap
- Reduce waste and be more environmentally friendly
- Use our cost savings calculator to estimate your project savings
Our Channel Partners News Desk examines how Time Warner Cable Business Class is restructuring its channel program; the TNCI estate's pursuit of $1 million from agents; and a look back at Intelisys Channel Connect 2013.Read more >
A recap checklist for experts, & a solid foundation for those starting out.
Getting a consumer to give you their personal email Id is challenge enough, getting that consumer to pay attention to the email you send is even more important. How best can you ask for email, how can you get the consumer to pay attention, and how can best can you keep the dialogue going? There are many ways to leverage email to build brand recognition, maintain customer relationships, and drive new sales.
Join us as we discuss strategies on customer acquisition, collecting consumer preferences, determining message frequency, strengthening your creative materials, your copy and call to action. We will also help you get the most from your reports, leverage available social media and discuss ways to get your entire organization to help further your initiatives.
Philip Looney, 'Phil the Cable Guy' - Philip used to manage online marketing for Time Warner Cable before he started helping other companies with their interactive marketing programs.
Sundeep Kapur, 'EmailYogi' - Sundeep authors a daily blog on interactive marketing best practices.