Five reasons you can’t miss our Online Technology Forum!

April 7, 2015
Five reasons you can’t miss our Online Technology Forum!

*Update: Please join us for November’s Online Technology Forum. Click here to sign up: http://bit.ly/1LYImlM and read more about the event here*

Last week we told you about our exciting new online learning event, VMware Online Technology Forum. If you’re yet to register, here are some good reasons why you don’t want to miss it:

  1. Firstly, VMware Online Technology Forum offers the advice and information you need to help your IT to deliver against demands from the wider business – all in one place. You don’t even need to leave the house!
  2. You can take part in Q&A sessions and live chats with VMware Experts, including (but not limited to) Joe Baguley, Duncan Epping, Mike Laverick, Richard Munro, Spencer Pitts, Jeremy van Doorn and Yuval Tenenbaum.
  3. This is your opportunity to gain insider understanding of all the new features and functions of our products, such as vSphere 6, the foundation for the hybrid cloud, and vSAN, which helps bring speed and automation to your storage platform.
  4. In a previous post we heard from Martin Casado how network virtualization and VMware NSX can bring great benefits to your business; at the Online Technology Forum you can get a hands-on-lab walkthrough on NSX with our technical experts.
  5. Last, but not least, it’s 100%, completely and entirely FREE to attend – you have nothing to lose, and everything to gain!

To benefit from all the above, make sure you register to attend, and we’ll see you on the 15th April from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PM GMT.

You can also check out the agenda here, and join in the conversation on Twitter using #VMwareOTF.


 
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