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CTRL + ALT + TECH: It's time to rack 'n' roll, says Spiceworks

Jan 31 webcast tackles 'all things server'

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Promo So we are trialling some cross-promotion with Spiceworks, the network monitoring app people and home to a rather big tech community. Let's begin with a shout-out for a Spiceworks webcast called CTRL + ALT + TECH.

When: January 31, 2014 @ 10 a.m. US CST (4pm GMT) What: Real server talk with real IT pros.

If you are familiar with Spiceworks you will know that they hail from Austin, Texas. So this in their own, pure Texanese, words is what Friday's CTRL + ALT +TECH is all about.

What happens when you throw a bunch of IT pros in a room and set ‘em loose? HilarITy, insanITy, and one tech of a good time. Spiceworks is back again with every IT pro’s favorite live show: CTRL + ALT + TECH! What’s in store for our latest and greatest IT spectacular? Host Jeff “The Ref” Grettler leads a panel discussion with real IT pros on all things server.

We’re gonna RAM your ROM full of bits and take a byte out of the mighty server, from upgrades to best practices to the tools that keep tabs on the room (servers, hardware and cloud). So plug in, get your wires in order, and reset your brain with a little CTRL + ALT + TECH. It’s time to rack ’n roll!

Quite. The webcast is sponsor-free but you will need to sign up for a Spiceworks account. More details here. ®

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