Video: Advanced Cooling for Data Centers

In the video below, learn about today’s biggest data center challenges and find out how to cut cooling and power costs by up to 50%. This presentation discusses current options for data center cooling and how passive liquid cooling installs easily with no downtime, is scalable, and saves on energy bills and space requirements.

Passive liquid cooling:
•  Doesn’t require raised floors or hot aisle/cold aisle configurations.
•  Installs easily right on existing cabinets with no downtime to your data center.
•  Is scalable—add it as you add computing power. Don’t pay for infrastructure you don’t need.
•  Saves on energy bills and space requirements.

 

 

Presenter:
Kevin Jackson, Infrastructure Sales Manager, has more than 15 years experience in data center design and installation. He has presented at many industry events, including BICSI conferences, and to numerous Fortune 500 companies.

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Digital Signage for Retail Webinar

Digital Signage in Retail Webinar

By delivering a great customer experience, you can create additional revenue, loyalty, and buzz. Easily target your specific demographics at any time with right-time merchandising. With it, you entertain, educate, and promote while showcasing new styles, hot products, and more.

Join us for our Digital Signage for Retail webinar.

Date: Wednesday, October 3
Time: 2:00 p.m. E.T.
Moderator: George Borden, Digital Signage National Sales Manager for Black Box

The webinar will explain how today’s retailers, as well as the integrators and resellers who do business with them, can successfully implement digital signage to increase in-store sales. We’ll cover how digital signage can:

  • Leverage point of sale (PoS) locations for impulse sales.
  • Repurpose existing content for sales messaging.
  • Help you engage “just-looking” types of customers.
  • Work with social media apps.
  • Improve communications with store employees.
  • Create a dynamic theme for display areas.

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Wireless in Manufacturing webinar September 12th

If you can benefit from wireless technology but have an environment that defeats ordinary wireless systems, this webinar is for you.

Join us at 2:00 P.M. E.T. on Wednesday, September 12 for our Wireless in Manufacturing webinar, which looks at the special challenges of bringing wireless connectivity to difficult industrial environments.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How industrial and manufacturing environments can benefit from implementing wireless technology.
  • How to provide coverage in large, difficult areas such as distribution centers with fewer access points.
  • How to build a highly resilient wireless network with no single point of failure.
  • How to deploy wireless access points in tough environments such as outdoors or on factory floors.

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Webinar: Wireless-Your customers expect it!

Wireless Webinar

Join us at 2:00 P.M. E.T. on Tuesday, August 14 for our Wireless in Hospitality and Retail Webinar. This webinar looks at how state-of-the-art wireless can improve both guest experience and your overall efficiency.

Support for mobile devices is no longer an option but rather a necessity to survive in an increasingly competitive market. If you worry about the quality of your wireless service and network security, then you’ll find important information about new wireless technology in this webinar.

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You’ll learn:

  • How the personal device revolution, high bandwidth requirements, and security concerns impact wireless service.
  • What new wireless technologies are available to help you bring wireless to a challenging environment.
  • How to implement a smart, managed wireless network that meets the needs of your customers and your staff.

Make no mistake about it—the latest wireless technology provides a competitive advantage that delivers exceptional customer experience.

EDIT: Missed the webinar? You can listen in on the recording here.

Webinar: Today’s VoIP networks and how to get started

VoIPWhat: Webinar about the benefits of VoIP for small and mid-size businesses
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2012
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Moderator: Mike McCurry, Global Product Manager
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Voice over IP (VoIP) means using your Local Area Network (LAN) to make phone calls. VoIP technology delivers telephone calls and other voice communications over the Internet by converting analog voice signals to digital signals.Switching from an analog voice system to VoIP saves money, gives your organization more bandwidth, enables mobility, and offers you easy integration with on-line applications.

Along with some VoIP basics, we’ll take a look at the newest voice communications products on the market to help SMBs migrate to VoIP easily and affordably, including SIP phones and hybrid PBX VoIP gateways.

Five reasons to switch to a PBX VoIP gateway for deploying VoIP:

  1. It’s much easier to install and configure than a traditional phone system.
  2. The Web-based interface makes it much easier to manage.
  3. You get significant cost savings using VoIP providers.
  4. It’s a scalable system that makes roaming easy and cost-effective.
  5. SIP phones are easier to use, whether person-to-person calling, conferencing, or using voice mail.