PodTech:NTRGlobal 101

July 27, 2007

Andre Angel, president and CEO of NTRGlobal, gives an overview of their product line during the Dallas ITEC show. Back in their Dallas office, VP of Sales Julie Weiner demonstrates a remote control session and remote file transfer.

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PodTech:FileEngine 101

July 3, 2007

Kim Brand, CEO and founder of FileEngine, explains how this “tweener” file server and backup appliance handles the file needs for small companies and non-profit groups. FileEngine provides hardware, software, and support for less per month than the support costs alone on a Windows file server. Complete file safety for eight dollars per day.

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PodTech:Earthquake Proofing

July 3, 2007

Dylan Mason of WorkSafe Technologies demonstrates the ISO-Base seismic mitigation platform used extensively in California and Japan (both well known for earthquakes). Less well known as an earthquake center, St. Louis businesses also need to make sure their equipment stays up and running after the ground stops shaking.

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PodTech:3COM V3000

July 3, 2007

Raymond Bily gives an in-depth explanation of how Voice over Internet Protocol telephone systems in general, and the 3COM V3000 in particular, work. The flat box you see in the video is all the phone system hardware necessary for a small business.

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PodTech:Step Up Server

July 3, 2007

Art Mann, of Silicon Mechanics, shows the insides of one of their rack-mount servers. Popular among the Open Source crowd, Silicon Mechanics runs a variety of Linux distributions in their long list of operating systems supported on their servers.

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PodTech:Healey Fire Protection

June 24, 2007

Fire suppression takes longer to spell than new technologies take to extinguish a “thermal event” in a computer room. John Spalding from Healey Fire Protection, Inc., explains how Halon got a bad rap, and how new suppression agents kill fires faster and safer than ever before.

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PodTech:Free Software Choices

June 24, 2007

Kim Brand, CEO and founder of FileEngine, presents an overview of free Open Source Software at the Detroit ITEC conference. FileEngines use Novell\’s SuSE Linux as the foundation of their operating system, and Brand\’s service company supports Open Source in companies large and small, including schools, around the Indianapolis area.

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