Current Status

Episode 1: Nov 6th, 2014 10:15pm – Show Premiere

Some of the best conversations with friends or colleagues are often happen over a nice glass of wine or lounging around in the hotel lobby at a tech conference. Current Status will bring that relaxed atmosphere, where everyone is there to have a good time, to the comfort of your home. Who says tech has to be boring? Don’t be surprised if you see glasses of wine! In the first episode of Current Status, Phoummala, Melissa, and Theresa will describe the Current Status program, outline what viewers can expect from the show, and then discuss the latest news and events in IT from their perspective.

In addition to viewing the Current Status Google Hangout, you can also follow along with a program discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #CurrentStatus and the @CurrentStatus4U Twitter account. (Watch Episode 1 on YouTube)

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