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 Mike Fratto

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Network Computing Editor
Mike is Editor of Network Computing and is track chair for Interop's Data Center and Storage tracks. He has been with TechWeb for over 11 years and has extensive experience evaluating enterprise remote access, security, and network infrastructure products. He previously was Lead Analyst with InformationWeek Reports, Senior Technology Editor with Network Computing and Executive Editor for Secure Enterprise. He has spoken at several conferences including Interop, MISTI, the Internet Security Conference, as well as to local groups. He is track chair for the data center and storage tracks at Interop. He also teaches a network security graduate course at Syracuse University. Prior to Network Computing, Mike was an independent consultant.
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