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InfoSec: The Network as a Sensor (9:45AM to 11:00AM)
Jeff Peterson, Cisco Systems
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals

BYOD, Mobility and Cloud are making it increasingly difficult to secure the enterprise. This session will cover how the network can act as a security sensor for detecting threats, along with Lancope StealthWatch, and improve network and security operations.

Application Centric Infrastructure – Ready for the IoT/IoE World (12:15PM to 1:30PM)
Brenden Buresh, Cisco Systems
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals

In the new world of IoT/IoE, connecting to the network is just the first step. The data that flows out of the connected world will need to be routed, processed and consumed by applications that make the data relevant and actionable. Having the infrastructure to optimize these flows and support the ever changing demands will be critical. Learn how Cisco ACI creates the perfect environment for this.

Speed IT Operations with Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) (1:45PM to 3:00PM)
Dan Hanson, Cisco Systems
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals

This session will present an Architectural overview of the UCS technology, and explain in detail how this programmatic and policy driven baseline offers great advantages in streamlining operational challenges in modern Data Centers. Among the topics covered will be an overview of the programmable baseline and depth of control, advantages with Unified Fabric, Software Defined compute and fabric extension, Hardware abstraction, and how this policy aligns with adjacencies in Cisco ACI and open source efforts. This session will span from business value into the technology enablers that brings this to life.

It’s Just a Meeting (3:15PM to 4:30PM)
Cory Wynn and Mike Hammerseng, Cisco Systems
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals

The goal of every meeting is to connect people and share information. We must move beyond the common Collaboration “thinking” of video to video, voice to voice and web-conferencing to web-conferencing to embrace a more integrated approach. Join this session to see the latest Collaboration demonstrations.

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