Data Centers, Marketing, and... Dancing?
One of the great thing about working in the high-tech industry is that people are never only what they seem.
One executive might be a keyboardist in a Grateful Dead cover band. Another might be a 5th Dan Karate master. Another might be a closet romance novelist.
J Metz is no different. The man with the funny-spelled name has worked with Fortune 100 companies developing and delivering product- and company- evangelism through a variety of media. Working with companies such as Apple, HP, Cisco, VMware and EMC to deliver product, technology and strategic vision in data center technologies.
Currently J is using his skills as a Product Manager for Cisco Systems to espouse and promote Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), its promise and future in the data center, as well as promote products with internatonal routes-to-market as a focus.
Oh, and the dancing? Put on some swing music and see what happens. :)
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