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Webcast Does Virtualization pay off for small business?

Small and medium-sized businesses are virtualizing their servers, but at a much slower rate than larger enterprises. Some are put off by the high licensing costs, some can't spare the time to do it, some don't know how to.

If you're in one of these categories, join us on November 11 at 10am PST for our virtualization for SMBs webcast.

Joining us for this one-hour live interactive broadcast will be our analyst friend Dan Olds, from Gabriel Consulting, and a couple of old pros from IBM and VMware. The Register Tim Phillips hosts the event, and he wil handle your questions and keep the presenters focused.

Think of the webcast as free consulting. And at the end of the event, we hope you’ll have some tangible solutions to some of your challenges.

If you can’t make it on the day, don’t worry. If you register today we’ll email you when the recorded version is available for your viewing pleasure.

Does Virtualization pay off for small business?

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