SAN FRANCISCO, April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Interop, produced by UBM Tech,
today previews news from more than 60 exhibitors who will make announcements
at Interop Las Vegas, happening next week, May 6-10 at the Mandalay Bay
Convention Center. As the premier event for IT professionals, Interop serves
as a launch pad for the most innovative technologies in business IT. For more
information, visit www.interop.com/lasvegas.
"Interop continues to be a must-attend event for IT decision makers to
discover new technologies and ideas that can increase productivity in the
enterprise," said Jennifer Jessup, Interop General Manager. "We're excited to
be a choice platform for news, presenting attendees a first-hand look at the
latest advancements. Our exhibitors and sponsors exemplify the industry's
rapid developme... (more)
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Storability 10 year Reunion
Years ago, a few buddies and I started one of the first cloud storage
providers. Of course, we didn’t call it cloud storage back then, but we
merry band of brithers (and sisters), we first generation Storage Service
Providers (1gSSPs) were cloud storage way before the cloud was cool.
All the 1gSSPs – StorageNetworks, ScaleEight, StorageWay, Sanrise, and
others – failed. The core problem was and still is that renting raw
capacity over the network is a lousy business model.
1gSSPs couldn’t sustainably buy their storage cheaper than their retail
customers ... (more)
We are a few short days away from the biggest spectacle in sports – the
Super Bowl. It is impossible to avoid talk this week of Peyton Manning, the
Denver Broncos, the Seattle Seahawks, and the NFL in general. But does the
NFL have anything to teach tech industries?
The NFL is a massively successful franchise by almost any measure. Despite a
rash of recent scandals including a pay-for-injury bounty program and a major
law suit and settlement tied to concussions, the league continues to grow its
fan base – both in the US and abroad – while raking in record numbers of
viewers and ... (more)
HOUSTON, June 2, 2009 – Hundreds of enthusiastic craft beer fans will
converge on Saint Arnold Brewing Co. (www.saintarnold.com) this weekend to
celebrate the 15th anniversary of the delivery of its first keg of beer. At
15, Saint Arnold Brewing holds the title of the oldest craft brewery in Texas
at a time when the popularity of craft beer is surging and going mainstream.
“When we started in 1994, there was a wave of craft brewery openings.
Unfortunately, most did not succeed. Only a handful of us are still around,
and we are the oldest,” said Brock Wagner, founder and brewer o... (more)
I’m at Supernova. (live stream) I’ve come in a little late on an
Werner Vogels talks about cloud computing. He contrasts it with a 1900
Belgian beer brewery that had to have its own electricity generator, which
took a lot of maintenance and didn’t help it make better beer. He warns
that any offering that taps into the large social networks may find itself
with traffic suddenly spiking by orders of magnitude.
NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key
information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small
matters. ... (more)