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Webcast We estimate that most of you are exploring the idea of taking your virtualisation plans up to production scale. You’ve done the easy stuff, the tinkering, some moderate x86 consolidation, perhaps even some desktop virtualisation in branch offices. But chances are you’re now thinking about stepping up to the plate.

How timely. Today we’ve got three experts in our studio, who are going to take you step-by-step through the process of taking virtualisation into the real world, with real apps and real volume.

Tim Phillips is hosting the event and he’s joined by Jon Collins and Neil Sanderson, a tech guru from Microsoft. The three of them will take you through the planning process, they’ll get you thinking about the risks in detail and they’ll explain how to get the right management in place. All of this should give you and your bosses a proper feeling and understanding of the cost benefits.

For those of you that are about ready to take the next virtualisation steps with your business, this should be just the ticket. We hope to see you there. You can join right here for free. ®

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