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by Jenni Flinders, Vice President, Microsoft US Partner Group
Whether it is for business or pleasure, travel is a part of our lives. Last week, I was in Miami for a series of partner meetings, and today, I am in Los Angeles to meet with more partners. That’s the great part of my job. Not only do I get to travel, I get to meet with the backbone of Microsoft technology – our partners.
Smartphones have had a dramatic impact on the way we travel, putting more information at our fingertips that helps us manage our business trip, vacation, or weekend excursion. It got me thinking about the different apps I have on my Nokia Lumia 1020, and how much I rely on them when traveling. Here are the travel apps most dear to me: call it my app survival guide and check out these apps before you take your next trip.
These apps help me book and manage my travel arrangements, explore the best parts of the city I’m visiting, relax, get work done, and create some amazing photos to remember it all by.
What apps are part of your travel survival guide? Connect with me on Twitter @Jenni_Flinders and share your ideas!
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A lot of discussion around software-defined networking has focused on the future of network engineers and how they will need to develop new skills to adapt to the future of automated and programmable networks. Indeed, the topic came up at a panel keynote at Interop Las Vegas on Wednesday. Steve Shah, senior director of product management at Citrix, said networking pros need to evolve their skillset for automation. Right now, there aren't many IT folks with both networking and skills in programming languages, such as Python, he said. Arpit Joshipura, vice president of product management and marketing at Dell Networking, agreed. "You need the network to be programmed, not provisioned," he said. "That is the fundamental change that will happen in five years." But Dominic Wilde, vice president of global product line management at HP Networking, said the notion that "all of the sudden you have to become programmers overnight" is false.
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