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11. The Future of Network Architecture

World Wide Technology - TEC37

Release Date: 08/18/2020

16. Top Considerations When Building Your Security Architecture show art 16. Top Considerations When Building Your Security Architecture

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How do you know if your cybersecurity investments are being made in the right areas? Our collective rush to remote work has exposed additional surface ripe for security attacks. Spending may also be on the rise but, hopefully, not at the expense of strategy.  In this new TEC37 episode from World Wide Technology (WWT), Robb Boyd and WWT security experts Kent Noyes, Chris Konrad and Mark Wall, discuss the danger of running towards shiny objects, the importance of an architectural approach, the benefits of using value-stream mapping to identify workflow contributions to risk, and the rise of...

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15. Leveraging Cisco Products to Build an AIOps Ecosystem show art 15. Leveraging Cisco Products to Build an AIOps Ecosystem

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In this new TEC37 from World Wide Technology (WWT), host, Robb Boyd, and WWT’s Tanner Bechtel, Chris Weis and Neil Anderson discuss how WWT has developed a true AIOps reference architecture, and a strategy that leverages a multi-product and product agnostic approach to an AIOps Ecosystem. They will highlight pieces of the AIOps infrastructure including AppDynamics, ThousandEyes and Cisco Intersight that integrate to create a collaborative ecosystem. This episode is sponsored by AppDynamics.       

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No Bad WiFi Series, Episode 1 – Cisco ENT Wireless, an End to End Solution show art No Bad WiFi Series, Episode 1 – Cisco ENT Wireless, an End to End Solution

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Could you benefit from Wi-Fi 6? How many Wi-Fi 6 clients are already in your environment? Join us for this first episode of WWT’s “No Bad Wi-Fi” series where featured guest, Cisco’s Jim Florwick demonstrates how you can see if it’s worth it, without buying new AP’s. Throughout this series, hosts Robb Boyd and Jennifer Huber give you the inside look into OEM and Ecosystem Partners solutions and services revolving around “wireless.” In subsequent episodes, the panel will include thought leaders and leading engineers from Aruba, Meraki, Ekahau, 7Signal...

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14. How Cybersecurity Becomes a Business Enabler show art 14. How Cybersecurity Becomes a Business Enabler

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Making security investments based on the current threat landscape is a no-win situation for today’s CISOs. With a never-ending sea of threats, CISOs need to take a different approach, one that manages risk based on business goals and objectives.  In the new TEC37 episode from World Wide Technology (WWT), WWT experts Todd Neilson and Greg Schoney discuss the steps CISOs can take to meet the challenges of this current environment. Presenters: Related Content:

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13. Cisco ACI, VMware NSX, or both? show art 13. Cisco ACI, VMware NSX, or both?

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Many organizations are on the path to adopt SDN for their data center network. However, technical leaders tend to become split between the two market leaders in this space: Cisco ACI and VMware NSX. How does an organization choose between them, and could they work well with each other?  In this new TEC37 episode from World Wide Technology (WWT), these issues are discussed by WWT experts Matt Hilliker and Eric Fairfield. This episode is sponsored by Cisco. Presenters:  Related Content

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12. Key Trends in Storage and Data Protection show art 12. Key Trends in Storage and Data Protection

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In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts Todd Bolton and Dominic Greco, along with Andrew Braverman and Emmett Kaczmarek from Dell Technologies, discuss the key challenges that customers face today related to storage and data protection, considerations for choosing the right products and recommended approach in addressing wholistic infrastructure needs. This episode was also sponsored by Dell Technologies.   Presenters:           Related Content:             ...

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11. The Future of Network Architecture show art 11. The Future of Network Architecture

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In today’s ever-changing world, do you ever think about how your organization’s network must evolve with it?   In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT Network specialists Bill Thompson and Neil Anderson will talk about the macro factors to consider when looking at the future of networking and what happens if we think differently about the problem. They will also cover how sales and services models need to evolve with the network. Presenters:

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10. A Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity show art 10. A Holistic Approach to Cybersecurity

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Business and technology executives are challenged with aligning business goals, increased dependence on technology and the responsibility to secure the organizations most important assets. As any breach report can attest, this is a complicated task that requires a balance of understanding the business risks and goals, managing technology tied into the responsibility to secure the organization and its assets.  That is why it is critical that organizations stop being focused on specific solutions and start looking at their organization holistically. How can organizations holistically be...

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9. Why Vendor Lock-in is the Best Strategy for SDDC show art 9. Why Vendor Lock-in is the Best Strategy for SDDC

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Many organizations are hesitant to commit to a single vendor for their data center. However, when moving to a software-defined data center (SDDC) model, vendor lock-in may be the best strategy. On the latest episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT’s James Harless and Sean Hicks, along with Pat Dooley from Dell and Jason Lamb from Intel, have a compelling discussion on why this may be your best move. This episode is sponsored by Dell Technologies and Intel. Presenters: Related Content:

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8. Securing AI Models show art 8. Securing AI Models

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Businesses moving forward with an AI strategy need to ensure the security of those AI models is part of that strategy. In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts Jamie Milne and Gene Geddes, along with Melvin Greer from Intel, will highlight issues in AI model security for the organization and suggest approaches for identifying and closing gaps in defending AI models. They will also touch on the importance of building a robust, mature, and repeatable program for assessing AI model vulnerabilities. Today’s episode is sponsored by Intel. Panelists: Related...

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In today’s ever-changing world, do you ever think about how your organization’s network must evolve with it?   In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT Network specialists Bill Thompson and Neil Anderson will talk about the macro factors to consider when looking at the future of networking and what happens if we think differently about the problem. They will also cover how sales and services models need to evolve with the network.

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Robb Boyd

Bill Thompson, WWT

Neil Anderson, WWT