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Building the Dell Private Cloud with Advanced Server and Storage Virtualization Dell Solutions Tour

We invite you to join us for an information-packed, educational opportunity with the Dell Compellent-VMware virtualization team. Building the Dell private cloud with advanced server and storage virtualization   Dell Solutions Tour – North America, November 2011 We invite you to join us for an information-packed, educational opportunity with the Dell Compellent-VMware virtualization team. Reserve

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Dell Announces Ramp Up Of Taiwan Office – To Hire 100 Cloud Computing Professionals

Dell Announces Ramp Up Of Taiwan Office – To Hire 100 Cloud Computing Professionals Two weeks back I had written about how cloud computing has emerged as a viable career option (See: Should You Train To Be a Cloud Computing Professional? – Part 1  and Should You Train To Be a Cloud Computing Professional? –

Infographic: Humans vs. Computers (Cloud Evolution)

Infographic: Humans vs. Computers (Cloud Evolution)

An interesting and somewhat playful look at ‘Man vs Machine’ found over at the Dell Community. There is however a very serious undertone to this for those leaning a bit on the paranoid side.  With the acceptance and explosive growth of cloud computing and the utilization of online collaboration services, its simply just a matter

Working On the Move with Virtualization Solutions

Working On the Move with Virtualization Solutions

Working On the Move with Virtualization Solutions The three most popular electronic devices used nowadays are: The personal computing device – laptop, tablet, etc. The personal communication device – mobile phones. The personal entertainment device – iPod, Zune, etc Now, what is the common attribute they all share? MOBILITY. However, mobility has been there even

Should You Train To Be A Cloud Computing Professional? – Part 1

Should You Train To Be A Cloud Computing Professional? – Part 1 Growing up as a high school student in the late 90s, I became interested in computers, and for the first time, considered making a career out of it. When I graduated high school in 2000, the love for computers hadn’t died down and