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GeekFluent Round-up of VMware’s Announcements from Monday of VMworld 2014

I’m here at VMworld 2014 and this year VMware has gone above and beyond. Monday’s opening keynote included more new product announcements than any other VMworld I’ve attended (I’ve been going yearly since 2009). Such a massive flow of info … Continue reading

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EMC Announces RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines

Today, timed with VMworld, EMC announced a new version of their RecoverPoint data protection / disaster recovery product: RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines. This is the product that came out of what was formerly being called Project Mercury. The new product, … Continue reading

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VMworld 2012: Not Your Usual Session Voting Plea

If you travel in some of the same online circles that I do (and, since you’ve somehow found this post, you probably do), you’ve probably noticed the same thing I have: VWSVPS. VWSVPS is VMworld Session Voting Plea Syndrome.  Symptoms … Continue reading

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GeekFluent’s Top VMworld Session Choices

Are you going to VMworld 2011 in Las Vegas and finding yourself a little overwhelmed trying to select which sessions to attend? Don’t worry — it’s happened to all of us.  There’s a lot of great content this year (as … Continue reading

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VMworld 2011 Public Voting on Sessions Is Now Open

This year, like last year, VMware is giving attendees to their VMworld conference the ability to help decide which of the proposed sessions they’d like to see presented at the conference. If you have interest in which sessions get selected … Continue reading

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