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Few things can beat hands-on experience when it comes to training personnel on the latest software environments, but provisioning resources for classes can be difficult.  Labs have to be recreated after each lesson and students need to download and install numerous clients and software.

Say goodbye to all that and hello to VMware’s Next-generation Education Environment – Project NEE.

If you’ve ever tried a VMware Hands-On Lab at VMworld, one-line or at a worldwide user’s group meeting,  then you’ve already gotten a peek into Project NEE’s capabilities. Project NEE gives you the ability to deliver true hands-on labs and education content to anyone, anywhere and at anytime though the cloud — regardless of your class size. All you need is a browser with HTML 5 and a few minutes to sign-up, set up and get training.

We’ve been hard at work on Project NEE for the past two years, and are now ready to roll out its beta program to interested parties. So if you’re interested in reducing the cost of delivering computer-based education and using a powerful virtual classroom that supports text, audio and virtual machine labs on a system that integrates with existing Learning Management Systems, then drop on by our Project NEE theater sessions at VMworld 2014!

We’ll be giving two informational sessions during this year’s VMworld at the VMware booth:

  • Tuesday at 12:15 p.m
  • Wednesday at 4:45 p.m.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to either session — we’ll also have a demo of Project NEE up and running at the vCloud Air booth in the main VMware Solutions Exchange area as well.

Can’t make it to VMworld 2014, but want to know more about Project NEE? No problem. Check out the project’s website, www.projectnee.com or drop us an email at info@projectnee.com to learn more.

Of course, experience is the best teacher — so we hope to see you at our two theater sessions at VMworld 2014!