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Dell Storage Community at VMworld Copenhagen

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The Dell Storage crew was at VMworld Copenhagen last week. I would have done my normal live blogging and tweeting, but I had technical issues. So I did things the old-fashioned way….I used a pen and the notebook included in … Continue reading

WRAP-UP: Dell Storage announcement – EqualLogic and VMware vSphere 5 tools

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This Monday, Dell announced a ton of new offerings for EqualLogic and tools for VMware vSphere 5. You saw the social media press release, right? In case you missed any of the links, here is what was announced: EqualLogic EqualLogic … Continue reading

Interop – week in review

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I had a great time at Interop.  I loved being there as part of the Dell Storage team. I loved reconnecting with old friends. I attended many sessions on cloud and storage. I posted some of my (mostly) unedited session … Continue reading

Where I’ll be next week – Interop

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Conference season is full swing now. Tomorrow I’ll be flying out to Las Vegas to attend Interop. Dell will be at the show in full force, you can expect lots of updates from me here and on twitter. The Dell … Continue reading

Join me for #SANchat this Wednesday!

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If you have followed my blog or me on Twitter for any amount of time, you know I love #lrnchat. It is without a doubt one of the hugest sources of informal learning for me. #lrnchat is a twitter chat … Continue reading

Reflections on my first two weeks at Dell

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I’ve been at Dell a whole two weeks. I spent those first two weeks in Austin, and the entire time was jammed full of meeting people, figuring out the Dell corporate systems, and figuring out who I should be meeting. … Continue reading