Here’s a thought. Rename the OS drive on your PC the Q drive. Makes about as much sense as the letter you probably use now. Next, tune into this week’s jam-packed episode, in which Matt, Rich, and guest host Paul Nebb, of Titan Technologies, discuss Eaton’s move into peripherals, Datto’s new BDR appliances and cloud continuity solution, and a new managed SD-WAN offering from Fortinet, Ingram Micro, and Masergy.
That’s all followed by two (count ‘em) interviews. First, Laurie Mitchell of Wasabi Technologies discusses turning cloud storage from a commodity into a revenue, efficiency, and security opportunity. Then Jason Howell, of SkyAMP, pulls back the veil a bit on his company’s fascinating but mysterious wireless signal boosting technology. We’ll C you there!
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Episode #: 223
Title: The Everlasting C
File size: 55.2 MB
Regulars: Rich Freeman - Executive Editor, Matt Whitlock - Technology Editor
Guest host: Paul Nebb, President, Titan Technologies
Topics and Related Links Mentioned:
- Eaton Says Tripp Lite Portfolio Offers “Massive Opportunity” to Partners
- Datto Ships New SIRIS Series and Updated Cloud Continuity Solution for PCs
- Fortinet, Ingram Micro, and Masergy Collaborate on Managed SD-WAN Solution
- Vendor to Watch: SkyAMP
- Rich's ICYMI plug and quickie preview of the week ahead