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Interop Las Vegas Announces New Program Partnership with the Mac & iOS IT Conference

FMC's Apple Certified Instructors to Offer Training & Support during Interop for OS X & iOS Technologies

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Interop Las Vegas, produced by UBM Tech, announced a new joint program partnership with the Mac & iOS IT Conference.  Produced by Future Media Concepts (FMC), the Mac & iOS IT Conference will offer thorough coverage and cutting-edge training of Enterprise Apple Deployments in an expanded conference offering at Interop. As the premier technology event for IT professionals, Interop will take place May 6-10 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.  For more information visit: interop.com/lasvegas.   

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"As Apple technology has been finding its way into an enterprise realm, the world of IT has democratized and IT departments are tasked with supporting new technologies without much direction," said Jennifer Jessup, Interop's General Manager. "As we work to provide attendees with leading-edge information and training, Interop is excited to partner with FMC and feature this new program element in its conference program. The opportunity to become Apple certified will allow IT professionals to differentiate themselves and their business in today's competitive marketplace." 

Featuring two days of sessions in parallel tracks or one and two-day workshops, the Mac & iOS IT Conference will take place Monday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 7 from 8:30 am-4:30 pm.  Sessions will cover strategies and techniques that industry leaders use to manage, support and integrate OS X and iOS into a Microsoft and Linux populated setting. Topics will range from the technical side of deploying and maintaining Apple Software and managing OS X and iOS devices on a scalable platform, to the business side of choosing the right technology for the right integration. Attendees may choose the session tracks or the in-depth, full day workshops that lead to certification. Sessions and workshops will be presented by FMC's world renowned team of Apple Certified Instructors and are geared for intermediate to advanced level attendees.  For more information, or to register visit: http://macitworkshops.com/.

As both a conference and an expo, Interop Las Vegas 2013 continues to be the leading business technology event for business professionals and features an expo floor of leading vendors showcasing a full range of IT solutions. Please visit interop.com/lasvegas for more details on Interop's world-class education program, comprehensive exposition, sessions and new programs like the Mac & iOS IT Conference, and the InteropNet.

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If you are a member of the media and interested in attending Interop with a media pass, please send your request to Joylyn Tanner at [email protected].

About Interop®
Interop ® drives the adoption of technology, providing knowledge and insight to help IT and corporate decision-makers achieve business success. Part of UBM Tech's family of global brands, Interop is the leading business technology event series. Through in-depth educational programs, workshops, real-world demonstrations and live technology implementations in its unique InteropNet program, Interop provides the forum for the most powerful innovations and solutions the industry has to offer. Interop Las Vegas is the flagship event held each spring, with Interop New York held each fall, with annual international events in Mumbai and Tokyo, all produced by UBM Tech and partners. For more information about these events visit, www.interop.com.

About Future Media Concepts
Future Media Concepts, Inc. (FMC), established in 1994, is the nation's premier digital media training organization providing manufacturer-authorized training in Apple IT, mobile apps development, iPad publishing, digital video and film editing, motion graphics, Web design and development, sound design, 3D animation, desktop publishing, architectural and mechanical design, development. FMC provides in-class, on-site, and online training options for IT professionals, apps developers, and digital media professionals engaged in the creation, management, and delivery of digital entertainment and media content. 

In addition, FMC is a leading producer of education-rich conferences for today's leading electronic entertainment trade shows both in the U.S. and internationally.  FMC is an Authorized Training partner for Apple®, Adobe®,  Autodesk®, Avid®, Boris FX, NewTek®, and Softimage®. More information is available at www.FMCTraining.com.

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