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We’re taking you with us as we go coast to coast, east to west — anywhere and everywhere there’s technology. Ride along and view this video series as we learn from real engineers, swap stories with real techies and catch real technology in action. Hop on and let’s go!
Do you know about Office 365’s secret weapon for sysadmins? It’s Azure Active Directory, which can make migration and management of your new cloud environment relatively pain-free. We get you started with four pointers on using Azure AD in Office 365.
With so many device-wielding users roaming your halls, it can be tricky to give people access to what they need and keep them out of what they don’t. We detail how Cisco ISE works, share ways to start small and scale it, and explain how the tool can speed network admission control dynamically.
In this first IT Roadshow, we travel to Minnesota — the state of hockey —to see how Cisco StadiumVision is improving the fan experience at the Xcel Energy Center. Then we travel to Arkansas State University to see how they’re keeping the bad guys out of their systems with a layered security approach. Jump on the CDW Technoliner and join us as we talk to techies and get a close-up look at real-world tech in action.
Take a tour of the Xcel Energy Center to see how its tech team reimagined video to better interact with fans. With Cisco StadiumVision, the center’s tech and marketing teams manage 500-plus displays throughout the arena.
See how Arkansas State University ramped up its network security with a three-tiered strategy – integrating Palo Alto, Carbon Black and Sophos solutions – to deter threats without hampering student and faculty access on campus.
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