Let the transformation begin – join us at the Dell EMC Forum in Athens.

October 4, 2016
Let the transformation begin – join us at the Dell EMC Forum in Athens.

#DellEMCForum – Athens
12th October 2016, 10.00 -17.00
Μέγαρο Μουσικής Αθηνών
Βασ. Σοφίας & Κόκκαλη 1
115 21 Αθήνα

Are you ready to harness the power of digital transformation?

The Dell EMC Forum is on its way. And VMware experts will be on hand to ensure partners are aware of the solutions available fingertips to help their customers drive business growth and innovation. From hyper-converged infrastructure through to the digital workspace, VMware can help progress your customer’s digital transformation journey, and all while protecting critical data.

At the events, Dell and VMware will show you how our network virtualization solution, NSX, is changing the networking landscape in order to reduce risk to your customer’s data. You’ll also find out how VMware Virtual SAN is radically changing enterprise-class shared storage for hyper-converged infrastructure, and the benefits this can help you deliver for your customers.

Hear from our experts to find out more about how you can:

1. Harness the business opportunity: gain an understanding of the latest VMware solutions and how they can benefit you and your customers. Open new customer doors with an easy to sell solution

2. Provide an optimised, simplified solution: create software-defined shared storage for your virtual machines and reduce TCO as much as 50 percent with VMware Virtual SAN

3. Increase customer benefits: increase hardware, software and services revenue opportunities through NSX

Wherever your customers are on the IT transformation journey, join us to learn how we can help drive productivity and efficiency with a range of solutions from hyper-convergence and Software Defined Networking to Management Solutions and the complete Digital Workspace.

Make sure you’re following #DellEMCForum for the latest updates. You can find out more, and register for your local event here.

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