VMWare Conference

July 23, 2008 at 8:00 am 1 comment

I’ll be braving the crowds today to head down for the VMWare Federal Technical User Conference. I’m sincerely hoping this one will be better than the VMWare Forums I went to back in June. Not to mention the total lack of schwag.

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No Business On a Dead Planet It’s About Time

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  • 1. shaguf  |  August 13, 2008 at 5:05 am

    As traditional views of IT get supplanted by an overarching business technology trend, companies are investing in gaining the benefits of the next generation of computing, where resources are maximized, integrated and used to deliver business results. Saltmarch Media’s Business Technology Summit ww[DOT]btsummit[DOT]com) features a convergence of intelligence on the hottest technologies on India’s business technology radar — the ones that are not only exhibiting attributes such as cost savings, flexibility, application re-use, and faster response times, but also the ones that are charting pronounced inflection points in their evolution.

    The industry’s premier business technology event, held in Mumbai and Bangalore Sept. 22-26, will host sessions by Peter Coffee of Salesforce.com, Dr. Alan-Pelz Sharp of CMS Watch, Dr. Chris Harding of The Open Group, Ismael Ghalimi of Intalio, Hans De Groot of SDL Tridion, Morris Panner of OpenAir, Dr. Robert Marcus of NCOIC.org, Ravi Gururaj of VMLogix. On tap at Business Technology Summit 2008 are deep dives in SOA & Web Services, SaaS, Virtualisation and ECM, and the Expo. See the program here: http://www.btsummit.com/summitSchedule.html.

    The 2008 edition of Saltmarch Media’s Business Technology (BT) Summit, centered around the theme of Riding the Workhorse IT Hockey Stick, features a convergence of four co-located tracks that have been identified as the power team for Workhorse IT — SOA & Web Services, SaaS/PaaS, Virtualisation, Enterprise Content Management (ECM) — offering complimentary synergistic for a robust IT infrastructure that no IT decision-maker, manager, architect, or professional can afford to ignore in their quest for business technology success.


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