Tech 100 video Q&A: BlueCat Networks CEO Michael Hyatt

In the first of two videos, BlueCat Networks’ CEO talks about the recession and trends in the IP management space.

 

BlueCat Networks, featured in the latest edition of Canadian BusinessTech 100 issue, targets a strong niche. Its products — IT gear that automates the management of IP addresses for corporate networks — tie into corporate Internet infrastructures, including cost-saving technologies such as voice-over-IP telephone systems. CEO Michael Hyatt talks about the Toronto-based firm’s successes and challenges.

View Part 2 of this interview.

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