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Aruba security fabric signals new partner strategy

Aruba Networks has rolled out a network security framework that it believes can help its partners expand customer reach.

The Aruba security framework, dubbed 360 Secure Fabric, combines the vendor’s networking products with the user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) technology it acquired from Niara in February. Secure Fabric offerings include Aruba’s IntroSpect UEBA and ClearPass access control and policy management product lines.

According to the vendor, the security fabric signifies a shift in company strategy, which has up until now focused mainly on the networking side of customer organizations.

“We now have for our partners who may only be selling networking products … a way to bridge between [a customer’s] networking group and the security group in an elegant way,” said Larry Lunetta, vice president of marketing for security solutions at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.

Larry Lunetta, vice president of marketing for security solutions, ArubaLarry Lunetta

Lunetta said the 360 Secure Fabric aims “to deal with the new kind of threat environment that organizations are facing,” characterized by an “expanded and expanding attack surface” due to burgeoning trends, such as mobility, cloud and internet of things.

IntroSpect software is central to the Aruba security framework, he said. “The idea is that we are using … machine learning and artificial intelligence to detect attacks that have evaded the rest of the security infrastructure … typically in place in an enterprise.”

IntroSpect is available in a new entry-level Standard edition, as well as an Advanced version, and it integrates with Aruba ClearPass.

We now have for our partners who may only be selling networking products … a way to bridge between [a customer’s] networking group and the security group in an elegant way.
Larry Lunettavice president of marketing at Aruba Networks

The Aruba security framework also features Aruba Secure Core, the foundational security capabilities embedded in Aruba’s Wi-Fi access points, wireless controllers and switches, according to the vendor.

Functionality in multivendor environments is a key aspect of the Aruba 360 Secure Fabric strategy. Through Aruba’s 360 Security Exchange Program, customers and partners can integrate Aruba’s portfolio with more than 120 non-Aruba security and infrastructure products, Lunetta said.

“Our partners sell a wide variety of products. Our customers use a wide variety of products. So, the idea is that any of the elements of the [360 Secure Fabric] can … interact [with] a wide variety of non-Aruba technologies.”

He noted Aruba is updating its training and certification program to bring partners up to speed on the Aruba security framework.

For Sale – Macbook Pro 2017 Model

Macbook Pro 2017 edition in space grey that I bought off here around a week ago, I’ve used it sparingly since and realised that it is far too much for my needs, and I should probably get a cheaper one! This is the base model that retails for around £1250 with 8gb ram 128gb ssd and an intel core i5 7th gen. Its just as I bought it, mint condition no marks or signs of use whatsoever. Entirely immaculate. looking for £895 plus delivery costs of £27. No offers please. Comes with receipt and 11 months warranty also.

Price and currency: 895
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Location: Tring, Hertfordshire
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Play Forza Motorsport 7 Today with Xbox One and Windows 10 Demos, Check Out Our Launch Trailer and More!

We’re excited to let everyone know that the official Forza Motorsport 7 demo for both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC will be available today for download at 10 a.m. PDT, with three unique racing experiences showcasing the depth and breadth of the experiences available in the game. You can read all about what to expect in our recent Xbox Wire post.

In addition to getting ready for the launch of Forza Motorsport 7 by immersing yourselves in the demos, check out our launch trailer for the most comprehensive, beautiful and authentic racing game ever made!

This stunning 4K video captured with all in-game footage gives you a glimpse of the thrill of real-world racing at the limit that you can experience in Forza Motorsport 7. Feel the adrenaline rush with HDR, authentic engine response and realistic audible and visual experiences. Also, for the first time ever, customize your racing style alongside your vehicle with a massive Driver Gear collection, taking your Drivatar to the next level.

With Forza Motorsport 7, everyone can experience the danger and beauty of competitive racing at their limit. Collect over 700 Forzavista cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches available in any racing game. Master over 30 famous environments with dynamic conditions that change every time you race.

As part of today’s announcements, Forza is also revealing the “Voices of Motorsports” contributors that will be featured in Forza Motorsport 7. This year’s list includes past and current racing drivers, automotive industry designers, automotive journalists and automotive personalities, each bringing their own unique perspective to racing, driving and automotive passion. This year’s roaster of more than 15 people including:

  • Charlie Turner – Editor-in-Chief of Top Gear Magazine
  • Jonny Lieberman – Senior Features Editor at Motor Trend Magazine
  • Josef Newgarden – Professional IndyCar Driver, (and newly minted 2017 Champion!) with Team Penske, also a Forza Ambassador
  • Katherine Legge – Professional Driver with Michael Shank Racing, participating in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. IMSA driver; retired IndyCar and Champ Car driver
  • Ken Block – Professional Rally Driver with Hoonigan Racing Division, participating in FIA World Rallycross Championship, also a Forza Ambassador
  • Kim Wolfkill – Editor-in-Chief of Road & Track
  • Lyn St. James – retired Professional Driver in IndyCar and ChampCar series, Speaker
  • Magnus Walker – Porschephile, Author, Serial entrepreneur, fashion designer, and original “Urban Outlaw”
  • Mark Roberts – Chief Designer McLaren Automotive
  • Matt Farah – Automotive Journalist, Podcaster and Founder of The Smoking Tire
  • Pat Devereux – Automotive Journalist
  • Pat Long – Professional Sportscar Driver with Wright Motorsports, participating in Pirelli World Challenge also a Porsche Factory Driver and Porschephile
  • Ralph Gilles – Head of Design for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
  • Rutledge Wood – NASCAR Commentator with NBC Sports, and TV Personality
  • Shannon McIntosh – Professional Driver, Racing Instructor and ForzaRC host
  • Tanner Foust – Professional Rally Driver with Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross (VARX), participating in Red Bull Global Rallycross, also a Professional Stunt Driver, TV Personality and Forza Ambassador

Forza Motorsport 7 will be available as an Xbox Play Anywhere title (Xbox One and Windows 10 PC versions included with single digital purchase at no additional cost) on Sept. 29 for Ultimate Edition owners and on Oct. 3 for Deluxe and Standard edition owners.

Wanted – MacBook Pro 15″ Retina

I’m about to upload my Late-2015 15″ Retina.

Unfortunately no warranty, but Apple told me that it can be repaired under bank or home insurance cover. They fix it, send you the paperwork, you get the rebate from the insurance/bank.

If you can tell me how to do the battery count, i’ll reply with the details.

Condition, as you’d be buying from Apple brand new. I have OCD and keep all my items in good tact. My MacBook has always been carried in a protective ouch in my bag two and from work.

Reason for selling, way too powerful for what I need, resorting to a tablet.

Autotask Community Live 2017: MSP tools meet transformation

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The technology that managed service providers use to run their businesses can also help customers reinvent their operations.

That’s one takeaway from this week’s Autotask Community Live 2017 conference, the IT business management software vendor’s annual MSP meetup. While automated systems enable MSPs to deliver services efficiently and profitably, those tools can also free up time to deal with customer’s digital transformation initiatives, Autotask executives suggested.

Mark Cattini, president and CEO of Autotask, said software-driven digital transformation powers enterprises from Amazon to Uber, but he noted small and medium-sized businesses — a core target market for many channel partners — are also on notice to recast themselves to remain relevant. But MSPs may need to change to help clients transform.

“Many of you are going to have to think about being a business technologist,” Cattini told MSP attendees at the conference, which wraps up Sept. 19.

Mark Cattini, president and CEO, AutotaskMark Cattini

He said customers are demanding digital transformation and if MSPs don’t deliver, those customers will turn elsewhere for services. Automation, however, can pave the way for MSPs to offer the more forward-looking services. In Autotask’s case, the company provides tools such as professional services automation (PSA), remote monitoring and management (RMM), file sync and share, and file backup.

Individual products, such as file sync and share, can directly contribute to a customer’s digital transformation. But the Autotask product line, as a whole, provides “a broad umbrella” that lets service providers automate and manage tactical, manual chores, so their personnel can play a more strategic role with customers, said Pat Burns, vice president of product management and strategy at the company.

Time-consuming management tasks can hinder service providers aspiring to offer higher value-added services. Indeed, Autotask’s annual IT service provider survey, dubbed Metrics that Matter, revealed many companies waste “up to 10 billable hours each week on manual processes that can be easily automated.” The survey, released at Autotask Community Live 2017, identified entering data into multiple systems and an inability to accurately capture billable hours among the top culprits. More than 1,030 service provider respondents participated in the survey.

Putting it all together

Product unification was another key theme at the conference, as it was at the 2016 event when Autotask unveiled Autotask Endpoint Backup as the fourth component of its product suite. The backup product lends channel partners the ability to offer backup services that work with other Autotask products, such as its PSA offering.

Many of you are going to have to think about being a business technologist.
Mark Cattinipresident and CEO, Autotask

A year later, many of the company’s service provider customers have gone beyond one-product implementations. Cattini said more than half of MSPs reported using two or more Autotask products.

Users of multiple products have additional integrations on the horizon. Burns said the company’s approach is to pursue database- and interface-level integration, noting the first phase of unification focuses on PSA. “That’s because it is the most foundational piece of the platform,” he noted.

Integration initiatives, meanwhile, extend beyond the Autotask product set. Cattini said the company’s PSA software offers a significant footprint, but added there are areas outside the scope of a PSA that the company doesn’t cover. For those, Autotask continues to invest in integrations, he said, noting a total of 160 partner-built integrations.

“It’s about product adoption,” Cattini said. “We need to make it easier for you to adopt the products.”

Project UI revamp in the works

As for individual products, Autotask customers can expect the next major releases of the company’s PSA and RMM (Autotask Endpoint Management) products in early 2018, Burns said. File sync and share (Autotask Workplace) and Autotask Endpoint Backup will be up for major releases prior to the PSA and RMM updates, he said.

In another product move outlined at Autotask Community Live 2017, Autotask PSA’s project task component will get a new user interface (UI) along the lines of the much-anticipated revised ticket UI. Burns said the latest UI effort will ship considerably sooner because Autotask’s engineers will be able to take advantage of reusable frameworks and UI controls from the earlier ticket project.

Burns said the reusable components “will save a lot of time.”

MSPs can look for that UI development in 2018.

Wanted – (Long shot!) Apple iMac memory wanted

I’m looking for memory that would fit the Apple iMac 27″ 5k Late 2015 i7 mac.

Apparently it’s 1867MHz DDR3 although when you put in the specs at crucial or kingston they seem to suggest the DDR3l, which is the shorter fatter ones rather than longer thin ones ?!?

Ideally looking for 16GB in 2 x 8GB

Location: Retford

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The journey to living one’s truth – Microsoft Life

There’s that moment when you must have “the talk” with your manager, whether it’s to announce a pregnancy, to request a leave of absence to care for an ailing loved one, or to state your plan to leave the company. Perhaps, you’re taking a sabbatical to focus on your personal next steps.

For AJ Reiman, the talk was one that was both feared and contemplated. “It took me four months,” said AJ. “Do I want to leave? Do I want to do something else? Do I take time off, so I don’t have to do this publicly and face it?”

AJ had a major realization that needed to be addressed. So, it came down to whether the Microsoft culture around inclusivity was just talk.

It was January 2017 when the moment came: AJ decided to self-identify as transgender, in the initial stage of the transitioning process. AJ knew it was possible that some people at work wouldn’t be supportive and worried about the impact the announcement could have on what had so far been a flourishing career as a senior business design manager on the HoloLens team.

(AJ—who has not determined the end state of the transition—answers to the pronouns he/him and they/them. Out of respect for AJ’s personal journey and to provide consistency, this piece will use they/them to refer to AJ.)

AJ wrote a long email and waited.

AJ Reiman

With the goal of living an authentic life, AJ Reiman did a lot of soul searching while contemplating whether to express their transition plans with management and colleagues. Photos by Steven Didis.

“[My manager] was so supportive and just a listening ear, empathetic and extremely pragmatic about what we needed to get done. It was the perfect balance,” AJ said with a look of euphoric relief. “When I came out to him, I started talking through the medical insurance and how I was going to do my transition. It requires [many] doctor visits and therapy sessions, all of these things that require me to be in and out of the office.”

Michael Tan, AJ’s boss, was not expecting the news; however, his commitment to Microsoft’s stance on diversity and inclusion served as his foundation.

“Despite the surprise and lack of familiarity with the situation, I immediately just snapped into a ‘what can I do’ mode,” said Michael.

After several in-depth conversations about AJ’s struggle to live an authentic life, Michael developed a heightened level of empathy.

“I realized in talking to AJ that I completely take for granted the ability to wake up, come to work, and be my authentic self,” he said. “AJ hadn’t been afforded that same luxury, and I was really excited for AJ to have it.”

A bustling career paired with dread

AJ realized they were transgender at an early age (despite being unable to put it into words) and never abandoned the idea of embracing their identity. There’s the matter of incorporating your truth in your personal life, but how about within your career trajectory? Clearly, working for a company that provides a supportive platform for “you to be you” is key.

By all accounts, AJ has been a star within the world of academia and now at Microsoft. When you look at their accomplishments, it’s easy to understand the fear behind coming out and the impact it could have on years of dedicated work.

AJ was a top student at the University of Rochester. Majoring in economics and political science, AJ was one of only two students who were chosen to participate in the 3/2 Plan, which allowed them to earn a Bachelor’s degree in three years and then earn an MBA in two additional years. Initially, AJ had reservations around remaining an economics major, especially after getting a horrible grade on the first exam. With their mother’s encouragement and their natural talent in analytics, AJ stuck it out and thrived. They took on the business program’s feared “econometrics” class, plus advanced and PhD-level courses. In the end, AJ earned the coveted Barry Rapoport Prize in Economics, an award for excellence in the field.

After graduation, AJ’s career kicked off in a leadership rotation program at one of the largest global aircraft manufacturing companies. They went on to become a business intelligence lead at the world’s most successful online retailer’s Europe location. In May of 2016, Microsoft recruited them for a new role within the Windows and Devices organization, with a focus on the HoloLens and mixed reality business. As a business strategist, AJ’s key focus is on corporate strategy, product management, and quantitative modeling. “I advise the HoloLens Experience Team on first-party content for Windows Mixed Reality,” they explained.

Michael felt AJ’s skill set and passion shone in the initial interview.

“[AJ] was in a very data-centric and quantitative analysis-driven role,” he said, “which enabled them to drive product impact decisions through data-driven insights, something I knew would be super valuable given the amount of user data we have across our breadth of Windows apps.”

“I don’t do quantitative modeling all the time,” AJ explained. “But, oftentimes, when there’s a big decision, people can trust my work. Or, if I should make a decision for HoloLens or a market forecast for devices, I can tap into my past skills and give everybody confidence around it. I love being able to do that.”

While they gravitate to the business side, AJ admittedly is excited to be paired with the world of HoloLens and the brilliant minds behind its creation and content.

“It’s this beautiful piece of technology that’s trying to shape the future of computing,” they said. “It has so many possibilities, and [I enjoy] just being a part of the conversation about where the technology goes next, what we prioritize, and who we are going to partner with. Everything is new. It’s difficult to navigate, but extremely fun.”

According to Michael, AJ spearheaded a deep-dive research and modeling exercise that identified key focus areas in app development to maximize HoloLens adoption with key customer segments. “The output of that is guiding teams right now on where to focus investments,” said Michael.

Pairing their authentic self with their dream career

AJ feels lucky and fortunate to have Michael as a manager who truly walks the walk when it comes to appreciating the strength in a diverse, inclusive team. In fact, the conversations they’ve shared as they prepared for the transition have led to a stronger relationship.

“Logistically, I didn’t want my professional image to look like me leaving all the time when this is a very serious thing I had to manage on top of all the work I had to own—in and out of the office,” AJ said.

AJ has curated a great career, so they wanted to be transparent about the “real AJ” while remaining dedicated to their professional footprint. While pleasantly surprised by the support of Michael, AJ was equally happy with the response of their team, fellow Gender Expressions and Trans (GET) discussion group members (a Microsoft affinity group), and the company’s executive leadership.

AJ’s team went on to throw a celebration party. “They genuinely want me to be happy,” AJ said of teammates. “Everyone treats me with such respect and the same—for better or worse.”

Yet, they are fully aware that the change in how to address them takes some getting used to.

“The way people spoke to me at first was a bit muted. But, I could tell it was driven by a sense of care,” said AJ, who explained there’s always a worry of “getting it wrong” when it comes to adopting to a new name and/or pronoun. Now they’re happy to say that even if someone slips up, the person course corrects and quickly moves on. “I appreciate your trying. If you make a mistake, I’m going to correct you on the spot because that’s how you build muscle memory.”

For most people, getting the support of your boss, teammates, and peers can be the icing on the cake. So AJ was elated to further receive sincere executive support. AJ fondly recalls heading to a conference with Microsoft’s General Manager of Windows and HoloLens Experiences Lorraine Bardeen, who didn’t make a big deal about the news. They were pleased by her genuine support and found her delivery refreshing as she simply asked how she and the organization could best support them.

AJ Reiman

Acknowledging that many trans community members don’t have a great experience, AJ Reiman’s “dread” turned to “pleasant surprise” after communicating transition plans to their organization.

Ultimately, once the announcement email to the entire organization went out, they were shocked to hear from Kudo Tsunoda, corporate vice president of Next Gen Experiences at Microsoft.

“He wanted to set up quarterly meetings with me to talk about what changes we can make in our office and in our business. That kind of support all the way up through my leadership is just . . . ”

Even in telling their own story, AJ reached a moment of speechlessness.

Appreciation for the past, acceptance of the future

2017 has proven to be a year of awakening for AJ.

“I identify as transmasculine or nonbinary. He/him, they/them. I am still going on my journey. I don’t know my end state yet. I don’t know what’s going to bring me to happiness,” AJ mused. “I just know that every day and every week as I’m transitioning, I’m happier and happier and happier.”

However, AJ acknowledges that being one’s authentic self as trans has led to a lot of privileges being taken away. As a person of color, they have felt the strain of prejudice from multiple angles. Living in the Seattle area and working at Microsoft has given AJ a bit of sanctuary; however, the fear is always there, especially during travel.

“Trans people get a lot of hate. They get called horrible names, especially transgender men of color,” AJ explained. “There’s so much to do. The external world is not kind to trans people.”

Despite the trials of coming out as trans, AJ feels “there are so many beautiful, beautiful people out there” and that being true to oneself is still worth it.

AJ also believes it is their feminine experience that has given them the tools to survive and be strong as they consider the road ahead.

“I honor the experience of femininity. Now that I transitioned, I honor it in myself and the strength of it. Because femininity is strong and it’s resilient. That’s part of the reason I survived because I’ve had those role models who take on a lot in life.”

AJ credits their mom, the women in Microsoft’s New Experiences Team (NEXT) organization, and other women throughout their career as their foundation for strength. Their hero? Their grandmother, who was valedictorian of her class and one of the first African American trauma nurses at the Cleveland Clinic.

As for AJ’s career at Microsoft, they continue to enjoy the mix of what they do daily and thrive on the challenge. AJ works both quantitatively and creatively, while building relationships with partners.

“Microsoft is just the best place I’ve ever worked,” AJ said with a huge smile, while trying not to sound “too cheesy.” “It’s hard to imagine a more supportive environment. I feel more holistically invested in my career and my life and intertwining the two.”

AJ Reiman

Excited and looking forward the next part of the journey, AJ Reiman is all smiles as they fully embrace the “powerful experience” of connecting with their genuine self.

As for their genuine self, AJ is a work in progress whose number one goal is to always “find happiness.” Coming out has been their most “powerful experience” to date because they’ve let go a “lifetime of suppression.”

“Right now, I feel I can do anything. To have that experience under my belt and to have that lesson now, although it cost me a lot of pain? I’ll take it. I’ll take it.”

Supporting the next generation of Hispanic attorneys: Microsoft’s partnership with the Hispanic National Bar Association at the 5-year mark – Microsoft on the Issues

Four percent is a very small portion of a whole. And it’s unfortunately a percentage that people concerned about diversity and inclusion in the legal profession know well because it represents the percentage of Hispanic attorneys in the United States. This indicates the legal profession is not keeping pace with the diversity of this country, as Hispanic people represent more than 17 percent of the U.S. population.

How do we make progress on increasing the representation of Hispanic lawyers in the profession?  There are many paths, but one that Microsoft has invested in, with positive results, is to help support law students who are trying to make their way into law careers. Now that Hispanic Heritage Month has begun, we wanted to share more about our work in this important area.

Five years ago we decided to take a step in this effort by creating a partnership with the Hispanic National Bar Association. We launched the HNBA/Microsoft Intellectual Property Law Institute (the “IPLI”), an intense, immersive intellectual property law program that we hold each summer for a select group of 25 Hispanic law students. The initial goals of the program were to educate participants on fundamentals of IP law and make them aware of opportunities for jobs (today only 1.8 percent of the lawyers practicing IP law are Hispanic). We also realized that education and awareness needed to be paired with a support system to sustain any gains the program made, so we also made the decision to provide networking opportunities — not only with other law students, but also with partners in law firms, in-house counsel and government leaders.

These students are selected through a highly competitive process. The IPLI takes students from around the country who represent a rich set of skills and experiences. Many of them have faced hardships in their lives and have shown grit and determination in overcoming these obstacles, and we’re honored to work with them.

In these first five years, we’ve seen how the combination of an intense educational experience and mentoring has opened doors for students that they did not know even existed for them. Many of them are the first ones in their families and communities to attend college, let alone law school.

Aside from the personal stories, we see proof of success in the numbers. Seventy-five percent of the alums from our program who have graduated from law school are practicing in a field related to IP or technology law. The law firms that have hired our students report back that the IPLI alumni are doing very well and in many cases, are stars in their firms. In addition to their intelligence and capability, they bring so many additional intangibles that add value to their firm, their work and their clients – the ability to speak another language, and the ability to move fluidly across cultures and bring a different perspective to their work. Even though we are working with relatively small numbers, we estimate that IPLI program has been directly responsible for increasing the number of Hispanic female lawyers in IP law by about 10 percent.*

We’re proud to work alongside a number of outstanding law firms that send their lawyers every year to mentor the IPLI students. These lawyers help students with their writing, interviewing and presentation skills, and make themselves available throughout the students’ law school careers to answer questions and provide any help they can.

We thank and commend the 2017 Fellow Firms: Ballard Spahr, David Wright Tremaine, Ferraiuoli LLC, Finnegan, Fish & Richardson, Merchant & Gould, Perkins Coie, Shook Hardy & Bacon, Sidley Austin and Workman Nydegger.

There’s a lot more work to do to improve the representation of Hispanic people in the legal profession. We hope to be joined by these firms, and new firms, in supporting the IPLI in coming years, and encourage other corporate departments and law firms to make meaningful commitments and tangible investments in improving the diversity of the legal profession.


*The Super Minority:  The Status of Latinas in the Legal Profession, Submission by the HNBA Latina Commission to the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, by Professor Dolores Atencio, reported approximately 13,000 Latina lawyers in the U.S. in 2008 based on a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a number that had not meaningfully increased by 2013 when this paper was published. “Latinas constitute 7% of the total U.S. population but only 1.3% of the nation’s employed lawyers.  They have the lowest representation of any racial or ethnic group in the legal profession as compared to their overall presence in the nation.”  Id, at 9.

Tags: employment, Hispanic Heritage Month, inclusiveness, IP, Law

Wanted – (Long shot!) Apple iMac memory wanted

I’m looking for memory that would fit the Apple iMac 27″ 5k Late 2015 i7 mac.

Apparently it’s 1867MHz DDR3 although when you put in the specs at crucial or kingston they seem to suggest the DDR3l, which is the shorter fatter ones rather than longer thin ones ?!?

Ideally looking for 16GB in 2 x 8GB

Location: Retford

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