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The On-Premise IT Roundtable gathers the best independent enterprise IT voices, puts them around a table, and gets them talking around a single topic. It breaks the traditional IT silos, taking on topics from across the isolated realms of servers, networking, storage, cloud, and mobility.

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The On-Premise IT Roundtable gathers the best independent enterprise IT voices, puts them around a table, and gets them talking around a single topic. It breaks the traditional IT silos, taking on topics from across the isolated realms of servers, networking, storage, cloud, and mobility.

    Toxic People Are Unavoidable in IT- The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    Toxic People Are Unavoidable in IT- The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Premise: Working with toxic individuals in unavoidable in IT.

    In this roundtable, Tom Hollingsworth discusses whether it’s fundamentally unavoidable to work with toxic people in IT. First the panelists define what we mean by toxic in an IT context. Then they dig into why IT seems to have its fair share of people with toxic characteristics, and why the focus should be on the relationship between individuals, rather than singling out one party as being the problem. From there, they dig into how to work with such people, when too much is enough, and how to perhaps avoid falling into the trap of toxicity yourself.

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    • 22 Min.
    Wi-Fi Monetization is Bad – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    Wi-Fi Monetization is Bad – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Premise: Wi-Fi monetization is bad, it should be free, frictionless, and fast.

    In this roundtable, Tom Hollingsworth leads a discussion about the premise that Wi-Fi monetization is bad. Some would argue that it’s evil. If venues and businesses want to offer Wi-Fi, it should be treated the same way other utilities are. These all require a degree of expense to the business, but aren’t added on as charges to customers. Keith Parsons uses the free, frictionless, and fast standard. Does that mean that everyone should offer free Wi-Fi all the time? And how does that fit into an organizations larger IT policy framework. The roundtable makes the case and digs into the details in this episode.



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    • 23 Min.
    IT Certifications Are More Valuable Than A College Degree – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    IT Certifications Are More Valuable Than A College Degree – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Premise: IT Certifications are more valuable than a college degree.

    Odds are that if you’ve been in IT for a while, you’ve been asked how many certifications you have. There’s no doubt that these are valuable. Yet many IT pros still feel that they need a college degree to hang on the wall. The roundtable discusses if this is a legacy of times gone by, or if a college degree still holds a more important place than certifications. The panel includes a wide range of experiences, with IT careers build with and without degrees, as well as someone currently in college pursuing an IT career. It’s a great conversation!



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    • 21 Min.
    The Promise of the Cloud Cannot Be Achieved – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Promise of the Cloud Cannot Be Achieved – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Premise: The Promise of the Cloud Cannot Be Achieved.

    We know that The Cloud is a real thing. But of the many things called The Cloud, each of them is remarkably different. Features, capabilities, functions vary wildly between them. Every organization is scrambling to figure out how to use the cloud, but is the promise of the cloud simply unachievable? Does the pursuit of multi-cloud mean that organizations must ignore whatever makes a cloud special, and turn it into simply someone else’s infrastructure? The roundtable discusses in this episode.

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    • 25 Min.
    Digital Transformation is a Myth – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    Digital Transformation is a Myth – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    The Premise: Digital transformation is a myth.

    There’s a lot of talk about digital transformation, but are organizations actually achieving that, or are they simply changing IT practices to keep up with changing infrastructure. Should we even view digital transformation into a means in and of itself. And can non-digital companies actually transform, or are industries just going to replace obsolete players over time? In this episode, the roundtable discusses a lot of the nuance often lost in grand visions of digital transformation.



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    • 15 Min.
    BONUS: The Origins of Tech Field Day – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    BONUS: The Origins of Tech Field Day – The On-Premise IT Roundtable

    In this bonus episode, we’re joining Stephen Foskett as he talks with some of the original delegates and inspirations for the Tech Field Day event series. They discuss the event that gave Stephen the initial idea, a fortuitous plane ride, how the first Tech Field Day event went, where the idea for the live stream started and more. It’s a great conversation and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the event.



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    • 20 Min.

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