Category Archives: Event Partners

Making Virtualization Tangible: The CDW Bus

Making Virtualization Tangible: The CDW Bus

Making Virtualization Tangible: The CDW Bus The VMWorld Convention, currently underway in San Francisco has brought 22,000 IT professionals face to face with the future. From the opening presentation, which included mini-keynotes from industry heavyweights to the dizzying selection of breakouts and events, through to an exhibit floor larger (seemingly) than many actual countries, this

VMworld Event 2013 – Taking In The VChairs

VMworld Event 2013 – Taking In The VChairs

VMware Event 2013 – Taking In The VChairs Excellent turnout at this years most recent VMware Event. In the middle of everything and with the comfiest chairs in all of San Francisco, the VMWare exhibit at #VMWorld. Follow CloudTweaks for more on the event. Interviews with Intel and Hitachi thought leaders to follow… By Steve Prentice

Event: VMworld ’13 To Kick Off Today!

Event: VMworld ’13 To Kick Off Today!

Event: VMworld ’13 To Kick Off Today! The 10th annual edition of the VMworld,  the annual showcase cutting edge virtualization technology including cloud computing is scheduled to kick off today amid much fanfare in San Francisco. VMware Inc, the organizer behind the event, is hoping for the grandest of assembly in terms of technological advances

Big Topics Rule Upcoming Cloud Conferences

Big Topics Rule Upcoming Cloud Conferences

Big Topics Rule Upcoming Cloud Conferences On Both Sides Of The Atlantic In California, US and London, in the UK, some of the leading cloud computing summits are happening during this month. Interestingly, both will spawn follow-up conferences in later months of the year. The topics range from mundane cloud themes worthy of tech-class debates

Virtualization Spells “Money” For SMB IT Consultants In 2013

Virtualization Spells “Money” for SMB IT Consultants in 2013 Listen up, SMB IT guys. Consider this: The typical small and medium business server uses about 10% of its computing power. But small businesses continue to segment their servers—one server per core function—as companies like Microsoft, Dell, and HP have recommended for years. And while that’s definitely a best