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Speaking in Tech: VMware polishes post-PC virty tools

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Providing a secure and efficient Helpdesk

Podcast It's time for another Speaking in Tech enterprise and tech biz roundup, with The Dude of enterprise tech, Greg Knieriemen, cloud and storage meister Ed Saipetch and web2.0 insider Sarah Vela. Our special guest this week is John Mark Troyer, the director of social media evangelism at VMware.

This week we discuss..

  • The flood of vExperts that were recently announced
  • VMware View 5.1
  • When did VDI turn into a dirty word?
  • What in the hell is VMware Project Octopus?
  • VMware Certifies vSphere(TM) 5 to Run on Open Compute Project Architecture
  • VMworld coming up – 27 to 30 August in San Francisco
  • John Troyer faces our 10 Big Questions...

A little housekeeping...

  • Due to a schedule conflict, the live podcast from HP Discover had to be cancelled.
  • “Speaking in Tech” will be podcasting from the Dell Storage Forum coming up from 11 to 13 June in Boston as a dedicated session at the conference... We'll be grilling Dell executives in front of a live audience so bring a salad.

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