Video: 60-Second Pitch: Application delivery management

Summary:Series four: Will one minute be enough to convince the CIOs?

Series four: Will one minute be enough to convince the CIOs?

CIOs spend hours listening to suppliers pitch their latest technology. How would these vendors fare with just one minute to get their message across?

silicon.com turns up the heat and gives vendors only 60 seconds to impress a panel of CIOs with their products. The IT chiefs then quiz them before delivering their verdict on the technology in the form of a red or green light.

Welcome to the 60-Second Pitch.

In the first episode of series four, it's the turn of Nigel Hawthorn, vice president of EMEA marketing at Blue Coat Systems, to pitch his company's application delivery management product to Paul Coby, CIO, British Airways; Jane Kimberline, IT director, Domino's Pizza Group; and Ian Cohen, CIO.

In the video, the product is referred to as Application Delivery Management - its correct title is Bluecoat Application Delivery Network Infrastructure.

Topics: Apps, Software Development

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