VMworld Schedule Builder Now Live!

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We’re excited to announce the schedule builder for VMworld San Francisco 2013 is now live. Considering this year’s 350 in-depth sessions, 26 hands-on labs, 275 sponsors and exhibitors, and networking opportunities galore, you’ll be glad for the help making the most efficient use of your VMworld time. And if you haven’t registered, now is the Read more...

Are You Ready To Get The Most Out Of VMworld?

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Since the sessions for VMware 2013 were announced, we’ve been highlighting a few favorites from our Professional Services Consultants and Service Architects each week. The planner will be launching soon, and with 350+ sessions this year, we imagine you’ll be carefully laying out your schedule in the coming weeks. This week we recommend you check in with Read more...

Don’t Miss Our PS Consultants at VMworld

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This year’s VMworld in San Francisco is fast approaching: August 25–29. Are you ready? Have you been perusing the list of sessions to decide which breakouts and panels you can’t miss? With 350+ sessions this year, we imagine you’ll be carefully planning your schedule in the coming weeks. We’d hate for you to miss the Read more...

Start Your VMworld Schedule On The Right Foot

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Getting excited about this year’s VMworld, August 25–29? We are—especially now that the full list of sessions has been posted. Breakout and panel sessions are at the heart of the VMworld experience, with dynamic speakers, rich content, and constructive discussions. With 350+ sessions this year, we imagine you’ll be carefully planning your schedule in the Read more...

Join our VMware PS Consultants, TAMs & Solution Architects at VMworld 2013!

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Ready to defy convention? Ted Ohr, Senior Director of Americas Service Delivery, personally invites you to join industry leaders and colleagues at the 10th annual US VMworld event in San Francisco, August 25—29. Gain the tools you need to simplify your operations and transform conventional practices into business advantages. Details at http://www.vmworld.com Read more...

Have You Included Education in Your SDDC Transformation Budget?

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By Ryan Dohm, VMWare Professional Services Consultant This may be the most incredible time in history for emerging technologies and integrated information systems. As a VMware consultant, I see many new and seasoned companies growing larger and more profitable in what most consider “hard economic” times. On numerous occasions I see these environments becoming so advanced Read more...

It All Starts Here: Internal Implementation of Horizon Workspace at VMware

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By Jim Zhang, VMWare Professional Services Consultant VMware has had a dogfood tradition since previous CEO Paul Maritz’ instilled the practice of having VMware IT deploy VMware products for production use internally. As a VMware employee personally, I can understand some criticism to this practice, but I definitely believe it serves to build and deliver a Read more...

How Virtualizing Your Desktops Can Help You Protect Sensitive Data

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By Jeremy Wheeler, VMWare Professional Services Consultant As Ted and Mason mentioned in their video post last week, today’s IT staff faces many challenges involving security, cost, risk, and governance. I’d like to address one particular challenge associated with those: how to manage data. Let’s consider a heavily regulated industry like health care. In a typical Read more...

Staying Ahead in the Boom of the Mobile Workforce

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Today’s IT department is inundated by new devices, new applications and new ways to work. It used to be that IT defined, provided and supported the device or endpoint; they defined the refresh or upgrade cycle; they assessed, procured and installed all the applications. Users had very little influence or input into what they used Read more...

Don’t Leave Security Off the Table

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By Bill Mansfield, VMWare Professional Services Consultant I find myself at a large majority of my enterprise customers discussing non-technical issues. Brokering a truce between operational organizations that have evolved in their own silos, and who don’t play well with others.  In the early days of Virtualization, it was difficult to get three key parties Read more...