I have been working in the computer technology industry for more than 15 years, often being described as a geek or a dreamer with my head in the clouds. However, I wear this title as a badge of honor because working in this field excites me. I, as well as so many other Gen Y babies, grew up seeing a great deal of rapid changes in technology firsthand. This prepared us to be comfortable with fast changes in technology. As I get older, I believe there are going to be even faster approaching technological advances with much more emphasis on the cloud.
A lot has been going on in the world of cybersecurity thus far in 2017. We wanted to make you aware of some of the developments, and how you can be proactive about protecting yourself and your organization.
TERACAI partnered with Ingram Micro to showcase the latest and greatest equipment Cisco has to offer. First, we showed off the Spark board and next the new Cisco Spark room kit. Ingram Micro proved to be the perfect collaboration (pun intended) with TERACAI as they have a great setup to showcase what a board room looks like and the ability to have multiple rooms with TV setups.
During my more than 13-year career as a senior systems engineer, I have always tried to help our customers acquire the most appropriate wireless equipment to fit their needs. To do this, I start out by asking the most important question first, “Have you ever had a wireless site survey done?”
As you’re probably aware, VMware vSphere Enterprise Edition went end-of-sale almost a year ago on June 30, 2016. This announcement doesn’t necessarily induce an immediate need to act – you can continue buying support for your existing Enterprise Edition licenses up until March 2020. At that time, the product will reach its End of General Support (EOGS) date and become an unsupported product.