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InformationWeek Analytics To Host Six Sessions At Interop Las Vegas 2010

InformationWeek Analytics, the leading service for peer-based IT research and analysis, and Interop, the leading global business technology event series, today announced the addition of six analyst led content sessions to the Interop educational agenda. The sessions will take place on Thursday, April 29th at Interop Las Vegas.

SAN FRANCISCO. InformationWeek Analytics, the leading service for peer-based IT research and analysis, and Interop, the leading global business technology event series, today announced the addition of six analyst led content sessions to the Interop educational agenda. The sessions will take place on Thursday, April 29th at Interop Las Vegas. Each session, featuring a panel of IT analysts, will go in-depth on the most critical technology issues facing business technology professionals today. For more information visit this link.

InformationWeek Analytics' real world analysts are all practicing IT professionals, each with years of practical experience implementing new technologies in businesses of all sizes. These interactive discussions of implementation best practices, pitfalls to avoid and practical advice will help business technology professionals get the most out of new technologies.

  Topics Include:

  • Unified Communications...finally?
  • Preparing for the Cloud
  • Next Gen LAN Infrastructure
  • Security is Not a Four Letter Word
  • 802.11n, the end of wires! Or is it?
  • Planning and Implementing Windows 7

"Interop is the place to exchange ideas with peers and learn about new technologies," said Art Wittmann, Managing Director of InformationWeek Analytics. "And InformationWeek Analytics real world analysts and research will provide attendees with the opportunity to get practical advice and research that can be immediately applied to their own business and technology challenges."

"By adding InformationWeek Analytics' unbiased approach to the Interop agenda, we are adding real value for our attendees," said Lenny Heymann, Interop General Manager. "Attendees will gain real world insight into critical issues like cloud computing and security in an interactive and peer based environment."

At each session, InformationWeek Analytics will give away two free memberships to attendees, valued at over $2,000 each. Memberships include full access to over 900 research reports based on peer research and analysis to guide buying and implementing decisions.

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