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A note about our event: We believe in the power of gathering our community to share, inspire, and strengthen our industry through live events. While we were hopeful to convene in person, the health and well-being of the Interop community is our top priority. After consultation with our stakeholders, we've decided to move Interop 2020 to a fully digital format.

We understand that 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone both professionally and personally. As we continue to navigate these times together, we have developed a resource page which we hope provides you useful insights into how to maintain your business continuity and productivity.

This resource page is fueled by our sister brands InformationWeek, Dark Reading, Network Computing, ITPro Today and Data Center Knowledge. Continue to check back as we gather resources for our community during these constantly changing times.

2020: The Year in Security
Download Dark Reading's Tech Digest 2020: The Year in Security for a look at the biggest security stories that — so far — have shaped a very strange and stressful year. 

CISO's New Year's Resolutions for 2021
Six resolutions for forward-looking cyber-risk leaders.

Assessing Cybersecurity Risk in Today’s Enterprises
Download Dark Reading's Assessing Cybersecurity Risk in Today's Enterprises report for a detailed look at how enterprises are assessing and managing cyber-risk under the new normal. 

A Radical Approach to Threat Intel Management
January 20 | 10 AM PT/1 PM ET
For years, cyber threat intelligence has been focused on collecting tactical Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) such as domains, IP addresses, & hashes. But what's the point of collecting tactical information that your team can't act on or map to what's happening in your environment? As a security leader, you need more from your cyber threat intelligence program.


2021 Top Enterprise IT Trends - InformationWeek
We've identified the key trends that are poised to impact the IT landscape in 2021. Find out why they're important and how they will affect you.

10 IT Trends to Watch for in 2021
Here's how the dramatic events of 2020 are likely to shape enterprise IT teams in the coming year, according to analysts from firms like Gartner, IDC, and Forrester.

5 Steps to Solving Modern Scalability Problems
January 28 | 10 AM PT/1 PM ET
Attend this webinar to learn how distributed data models can keep up with today's data columns and offer other benefits like resiliency, tunability, enhanced security and faster performance, how you can simplify microservices management and improve scalability, and why cloud-native applications are the best option for organizations with hybrid cloud and/or multi-cloud environments. 

ROI and Beyond for the Cloud
February 10 | 10 AM PT/1 PM ET
Moving to the cloud isn't just about pulling expensive equipment out of a data center. Going with a cloud provider involves its own set of costs. However, a cloud strategy offers other business benefits, some that can be calculated on a dollar basis and others that are on the softer side. In this webinar learn how to evaluate the payback from a cloud move in savings and business benefits.

3 Reasons to Invest in a Cloud Certification Program
Certification programs ensure your team has the required knowledge to work with the most advanced cloud technologies, close skills gaps, and reduce the need to shop for talent on the open market.

The Network Upgrades You Should Consider in 2021
As the new year dawns, take a step back and think about how your network and team can be improved to meet emerging demands. Here's a look at four key areas you should consider addressing.

7 Technologies That Surged or Reemerged in 2021
Many networking and infrastructure technologies that shined in 2020 will play a major role in the enterprise in years to come.

10 Enterprise AI and ML Trends to Watch in 2021
Where will artificial intelligence and machine learning go in the enterprise in 2021? Here are 10 AI and ML trends to keep an eye on.

Microsoft Says Suspected Russian Hackers Viewed Source Code
Microsoft said the suspected Russian hackers behind the stunning breach of numerous U.S. government agencies also accessed the company’s internal source code, although no customer data or services were compromised. 

Why It May Be Time to Revisit Security for Printers
Overlooking security for printers can create a significant threat to your organization’s security. 

Top 25 of 2020: The Year's Biggest Data Center Stories
The year's biggest stories on DCK were about the pandemic, energy, security, Kubernetes, cloud computing, edge computing, and investment trends. 

10 Cybersecurity Threats Enterprise IT Should Watch Out for in 2021
Ransomware, the pandemic, and government hackers made 2020 a banner year for cybercrime. Here’s what security experts say is in store for this year. 

Slack Service Disrupted as People Return to Work After Holidays
"Down in my 'home office.'"