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Weekly Roundup: 5 Links for IT Admins – August 24, 2012

Happy week-before-VMworld, folks! How many of you out there were able to convince your bosses to send you out to San Francisco for the conference?

Should be a great week, and we hope to see everybody there. If you’re going to be arriving early on Sunday, we’ll be at the #VMunderground party at Roe (101 4th Street, San Francisco) in downtown SF—and WE’LL BE GIVING AWAY T-SHIRTS! Consider yourselves notified.

Hope to see you there—now on to this week’s links.

3 rules for doing BYOD right (InfoWorld)

How to Plan a Smooth Enterprise PC Migration (CRN)

Half the Companies Allowing Personal iOS and Android Devices Have Suffered a Security Breach (CultofMac.com)

2 Cloud Computing Era Myths Debunked (InformationWeek)

5 Systems You’re Forgetting To Patch (Dark Reading)

Finally, for this week’s apropos of nothing image – would you believe us if we were to tell you that this is in Ohio? It really is!

You can read our previous links round-ups here. And be sure to visit go.vmware.com for more information on how we can help you better manage your IT infrastructure.

Also, be sure to check out VMware Go’s sessions at VMworld this coming Monday:

Creating a Highly Profitable Virtualization Practice with VMware Go Pro

VMware Go: The Zen for Small and Midsized Business IT Management