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Interop Day Five: Conference Tracks & Farewell Lunch

Friday at Interop Las Vegas is a half day of great sessions on infrastructure, cloud, security and more, plus an attendee send-off of hot dogs and beer.

Good morning Interop die-hards, and welcome to day five of Interop Las Vegas! Breakfast starts at 8:00 am in the Conference Club of Lagoon J, so grab a coffee and some food to gear up for a half day of classes across all our conference tracks.

The conference tracks start at 9:00 am. Sessions of note include “Salary and Promotion Negotiation for IT,” “Managing Insider Risks and Building a Culture of Security,” and the sure-to-be entertaining panel discussion “Should Your Infrastructure Look Like Google’s?”

We’ll have a coffee break from 10:00 to 10:15 am in Lagoon J.

At 10:15 we’ve got more sessions, including “Planning for Failure” in the Cloud Connect track, “Social Engineering: Lessons From the Real World,” “Container Challenges: Know Before You Deploy,” and “CSX and Operational Excellence: A Case Study.”

After a coffee break in Lagoon J, you’ve got a lot of great choices for our final round of sessions, including “A Practical Look at Network Automation,” “Cloud Composite Applications and Portable Technolgies,” “How Nielsen Meets the Demands of a Data-Driven Business,” and “Five Mobile Computing Vulnerabilities,” and “Next-Gen Contact Center Technology Trends.”

You can see the full program of sessions here or find them on our mobile app.

We wrap up the week with an attendee send-off in the Breakers Registration area, where you can grab a hot dog and beer before heading to the airport.

Have a great Friday, and thanks for spending the week with us! Safe travels home, and please mark your calendars for Interop Las Vegas 2016, which takes place May 2 through May 6.

Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop. View Full Bio

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