VMware vForum Manchester – why you should go!

June 23, 2014
VMware vForum Manchester – why you should go!

July 8th will see the second UK vForum event of 2014 taking place at Manchester Central. Our vForum events are a fantastic way to learn more about all of our latest solutions (vCHS, Horizon, Airwatch), understand how this technology can help your business and also network with likeminded peers and solutions partners in the exhibition area. Of course, having the event in Manchester and London means we can deliver the same great presentations and session on two different dates and locations, so that as many of our community as possible can be involved.

The highlight at Manchester will be the keynote from Joe Baguley, CTO EMEA, providing an introduction to the Software-Defined Enterprise and a chance to see what hides in Joe’s ephemeral white box.

If that isn’t reason enough, here are just a few more to whet your appetite for the event,

  • Catch Richard Munro, Chief Technologist vCHS EMEA, discussing the true value of the Hybrid Cloud
  • Network with the VMware community
  • Meet with key VMware partners including EMC, Cisco, Fujitsu and Dell
  • Participate in a great selection of sessions from “vSphere with Ops Management and vCenter Operations” to “vCloud Hybrid Service: Architecture and Consumption principles” – with over 15 session to choose from we guarantee you’ll leave the day more knowledgeable
  • Be in with a chance to win a ticket to VMworld Europe 2014 – worth over £1000!

vForum Manchester is free to attend, and all you need to do is enter your details and sign up here. Let us know on Twitter if you’re going using the #vForum hashtag, and we look forward to seeing you there!

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