BitTorrent for Business, Mozilla Search Moves: Debate & Discuss on InformationWeek Radio
On "This InformationWeek" host Curtis Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek discuss Mozilla's switch to Yahoo, BitTorrent for business, and the other important technology stories of the week.
Nov 20, 2014
NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BitTorrent is no longer only for downloading movies and music anymore.
In fact, a new professional-ready version of BitTorrent Sync might prove a great enterprise tool for IT departments that are looking to make mobile employees more productive and to help secure data from cloud-based attacks.
This new version of BitTorrent is one of many subjects that host Curtis Franklin is planning to discuss on "This InformationWeek" this Friday, November 21, at 3:00 p.m. EST (Noon PST). Join Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek as they discuss the week's most important technology stories and what they mean for IT professionals, executives, and CIOs.
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In addition to discussing the pro-version of BitTorrent, Franklin and his guests will talk about Mozilla's switch from Google to Yahoo as the default search engine for the Firefox browser.
Community Editor Susan Nunziata will also be on hand to talk about the most active discussions in the InformationWeek.com community and the latest news from the Interop 2015 conference. One of the big pieces of news from Interop is the upcoming launch of the Interop Radio Podcast, scheduled for December 2. Tune in for more details on a podcast that is sure to become a "must-listen" for the IT professional each week.
Finally, Geekend author David Wagner will stop by and talk about his latest geeky obsession.
"This InformationWeek" is live this Friday at 3:00 p.m. EST. Please join Franklin and his guests and lend your voice to the conversation and the InformationWeek community.
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