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Next gen security for virtualised datacentres

Site news The Register’s first eSymposium, Virtualization, From the Data Center to the Desktop will hit your screen tomorrow (Tuesday).

An 8.30am start on the west coast of America means a 11.30am EST schedule and a 4.30pm kick-off for readers in Blighty. Never was there a better excuse to have a lie in, leave work early, avoid the washing up - it’s like an educational version of a Tube strike.

Hosted by Register US editor Ashlee Vance, and featuring virtualization heavyweights from the tech industry, this will be a top venue for your information needs.

The event is interactive, with Q&As and a panel discussion. Ashlee will be directing your questions at the speakers on your behalf. If you’re just not BOFH enough to find a way to attend the event live then you can still contribute by sending your questions to ashlee.vance at theregister.co.uk

The event will be made available ‘on demand’ early next week. So for access to the live event and the archive register here.

Marking the inauguration of The Register’s eSymposiums, we are sending out Reg Virtualization t-shirts to the first 500 attendees for the live event. ®

Next gen security for virtualised datacentres

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