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DEFINITION: A vendor (pronounced VEHN-duhr, from French vendre, meaning to sell) is any person or company that sells goods or services to somone else in the economic production chain. Parts manufacturers are vendors of parts to other manufacturers that assemble the parts into something sold to wholesalers or retailers. Retailers are vendors of products to consumers. (When you have a street fair, the people who  … 
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Masergy Customer turned Evangelist, Stuart Carrothers talks Masergy
sponsored by MASERGY
WEBCAST: In this video, you'll discover a security vendor that wants to work with you for the lifetime of your organizations. From them, you'll get real-time visibility and change bandwidth as you need it. Learn about largest global network in the world based on software defined networking.
Posted: 07 Jun 2016 | Premiered: May 1, 2016

MASERGY

Cloud Adoption: Multi-Cloud Strategies
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
VIDEO: This video covers why most organizations have multiple cloud vendors when they really only want one.
Posted: 04 Jun 2014 | Premiered: 04 Jun 2014

Dell, Inc.

Storm Clouds: Managing a Heterogeneous Cloud Environment
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
VIDEO: This short video offers a solution that will help you stay in control of your heterogeneous IT environment in the cloud.
Posted: 04 Feb 2014 | Premiered: 04 Jan 2013

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

Expert Advice: 10 Questions You Need to Ask Vendors Before Making an App Delivery Solution Purchase
sponsored by F5 Networks
VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: This final section of SearchEnterpriseWAN.com's three-part guide on application delivery optimization explores the guiding principles behind undertaking an ADO deployment and provides a checklist of steps and considerations you should address prior to selecting an ADO solution.
Posted: 20 May 2013 | Premiered: 20 May 2013

F5 Networks

New Platforms, New Technologies, Old Headaches
sponsored by NetIQ
WEBCAST: View this webcast to learn more about the challenges of designing an effective disaster recovery plan for the modern multi-platform data centre.
Posted: 15 Aug 2011 | Premiered: Aug 15, 2011

NetIQ

How to Select the Right Database for Your Next Generation HPC
sponsored by Versant Corp.
WEBCAST: This webcast introduces a framework to evaluate key database technologies. You will learn how to make the best database platform selection based on your specific high performance application development requirements and therefore avoid costly failures. View this webcast for insight into selecting the right database for your next generation HPC.
Posted: 05 Apr 2011 | Premiered: Apr 21, 2011, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)

Versant Corp.

Dirk Hohndel on Intel and the Linux Foundation
sponsored by Intel
VIDEO: In this video, Dirk Hohndel, Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist at Intel, discusses the importance of standards organizations like the Linux Foundation as well as thought on the future of Open Source at Intel.
Posted: 01 Nov 2010 | Premiered: 01 Nov 2010

Intel

HP ProCurve Lifecycle Solutions
sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
VIDEO: Check out this brief video to see how HP Network Solutions based on an industry standard ProCurve infrastructure can help assure return on IT investments by developing best-in-class solutions for your business.
Posted: 15 Jun 2009 | Premiered: 15 Jun 2009

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Seven Key Questions to Ask Before Moving to Disk-Based Backup
sponsored by ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
PODCAST: There are a number of choices available for disk-based backup. Listen to this Podcast and learn as experts discuss the major points to consider when moving from tape to disk so your move will be more successful.
Posted: 23 Oct 2006 | Premiered: Sep 2, 2008

ExaGrid Systems, Inc.
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VENDORS DEFINITION (continued): … A vendor (pronounced VEHN-duhr, from French vendre, meaning to sell) is any person or company that sells goods or services to somone else in the economic production chain. Parts manufacturers are vendors of parts to other manufacturers that assemble the parts into something sold to wholesalers or retailers. Retailers are vendors of products to consumers. (When you have a street fair, the people who set up booths and tables are often referred to as vendors.) In information technology as well as in other industries, the term is commonly applied to suppliers of goods and services to other companies. A machine that takes your money and gives you a product is known as a vending machine.
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