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This podcast series is hosted by World Wide Technology, the leader in integrated IT solutions. In each episode a different group of WWT subject matter experts and partners have an informative and entertaining discussion on the important topics facing organizations in today’s dynamic IT environment.
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Oct 18, 2019

Demand for Mobile Edge Computing is expected to grow for a wide range of applications as the increased bandwidth and decreased latency of 5G enables more data to be processed at the edge. But what is the edge? Where is the edge? And why does it exist? Joe Wojtal, chief technology officer of World Wide Technology’s Global Service Provider organization, and Eric Braun, chief commercial officer of MobiledgeX, discuss the business impact of edge computing and review their partnership to accelerate global mobile edge computing deployments at scale utilizing certified infrastructure that immediately ready to monetize by fulfilling next-gen application and device requirements for developers worldwide. 

Oct 9, 2019

Cryptomining is one of the most serious cyber threats in the online world right now as it relates to cryptocurrency, and possibly one of the least understood.  In this new TEC17 episode from World Wide Technology, Mike Schmidt of WWT and Austin McBride from Cisco’s Umbrella practice discuss this serious cyber threat.  Mike and Austin talk about what cryptomining is, the threat and growth of the related cryptojacking threat, the difference between web-based and software-based miners, what organizations are most vulnerable to these threats and the solutions that WWT and Cisco offer that will address this threat for enterprise customers.

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