10 Best Tech Versions of the Harlem Shake

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We all know technology is a work-hard, play-hard business. To prove it, some of our favorite industry folks let loose with their artistic renditions of the global dance sensation. Or something. Con los terroristas!

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We all know technology is a work-hard, play-hard business. To prove it, some of our favorite industry folks let loose with their artistic renditions of the global dance sensation. Or something. Con los terroristas!

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>>NEXT: Netapp >>

 

NETAPP

These Netapp cats managed to pull this off at Cisco Live. Oh, and Gumby! Kudos, storage guys.

 

>>NEXT: EMC >>

 

EMC


Organized by Fred Nix of the global SE team, the brains behind EMC’s totally awesome Gangnam Style sendup.

 

>> NEXT: Kaspersky Lab >>

KASPERSKY LAB


Because it’s cold in Russia, man. Really really cold. Especially for IT service desk guys.

 

>> NEXT: Intel >>

 

INTEL


So the Intel gang isn’t as buttoned down as we’ve been led to believe.

 

>> NEXT: Symantec >>

 

SYMANTEC


They had a number of versions to choose from, but Symantec’s Ireland crew takes it for their superior production values.

 

>>NEXT: Google >>

 

GOOGLE


Another with multiple entries. The nod goes to the enterprise Google Office folks for the setting in the adorable Android Garden.

 

>> NEXT: Hewlett-Packard >>

 

HEWLETT-PACKARD


Lest you think things are all gloom and doom at HP these days. HP Software in Israel is still kicking it.

 

>> NEXT: Brocade >>

 

BROCADE


Made the cut thanks to the inclusion of a little Dawn of the Dead action.

 

>> NEXT: Microsoft >>

 

MICROSOFT


The MS Indonesia cadre is quick to add in the credits that they don’t represent Microsoft. Yeah. Sure you don’t.

 

>> NEXT: IBM >>

IBM


The weirdest of the bunch. This IBM ditty from CeBIT makes the list for its flash-mob vibe and best use of a blue sheep, obviously.

 

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