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7 Hot Interop Technologies From Network Computing

The editors of Network Computing highlight seven interesting technologies to check out at the 2014 Interop conference in New York City.

NEW YORK, Sept. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to identifying the most cutting-edge technologies that IT professionals should be investigating, where do you begin? Network Computing is offering a few answers.

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In a walk-up to the 2014 Interop show in New York City, which officially kicks off on Monday, September 29, Network Computing Managing Editor Marcia Savage takes a look at seven hot technologies that are sure to dominate the conference this year.

There are clearly some obvious choices that IT professionals, network administrators, and CIOs have been keeping a close eye on for years, such as mobile devices and cloud computing. However, how do trends such as software-defined networking (SDN) or the Internet of Things fit into the picture?

What do IT professionals need to know to do their jobs better and make their companies more efficient?

One way for Interop attendees to answer these questions is to use some of the exhibits on the showroom floor, such as the InteropNet SDN Lab. "For the past 28 years, volunteers have built the InteropNet from scratch to provide the IT environment and network connectivity to all the exhibitors and attendees at the Interop conference," says Savage.

If you want to read more about how Interop makes sense of new technologies, check out Savage's report on Network Computing.

For those readers who want to attend Interop, there's still some time left to register. The 2014 Interop conference in New York City starts September 29 and runs through October 3 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

The Interop conference offers a unique opportunity to help you connect with your IT colleagues, help your career take off, and learn how technology is changing the way business is done. There are only a few more weeks to register for the show. You can find more information about Interop New York and the show speakers, as well as the registration page, here.

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Network Computing provides IT professionals with in-depth analysis on new and emerging infrastructure technologies, real-world advice on implementation and operations, and practical strategies for improving their skills and advancing their careers. Our community is a trusted resource for IT architects and engineers who must understand business requirements as well as build and manage the infrastructures to meet those needs. Produced in conjunction with the Interop conference, Network Computing provides daily content from the most trusted voices in networking, mobility, datacenters, storage, cloud, and UC. Brought to you by UBM Tech; read more at http://www.networkcomputing.com/.

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