Right up front, I promise: no predictions! Ain’t nobody got time for that… 2013 was an interesting year for me, and looking back at it, there’s a lot to learn from it. There were highs and lows, but every situation brings with it a lesson. Here are the ones I learned, or am in the […]
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During that time, I’ve traveled 464,681 miles to 122 cities in 15 countries. I took 161 trips, spent 605 days on the road and 450 nights in hotel rooms. I got […]
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As I work through my travel schedule for the rest of the year, I’m excited and a little overwhelmed about the number of fun events that are coming up. Here’s a quick rundown of where I’ll be for the rest of the year, at least the ones that are […]
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Look, I know what you are here for. You want me to use my powers of industry awareness, combine them with my proximity to VMware, EMC and Cisco and tell you exactly what the acquisition of Whiptail means, not just for VCE but for the industry as a whole, right?
Well, good luck. I counted […]
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First off, I apologize for the relative scarcity of blog posts lately. I hadn’t really noticed that I had slowed down, but I was (forcefully) reminded by two people that I respect very much that I need to stop making excuses and get back to writing more.
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I had never heard of “Rachel’s Challenge” before. Maybe I should have. Started by the parents of the first student killed in the Columbine shootings, it’s mission is to reach out to the students who are the victims of bullying and help create safer learning environments. The organization […]
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I’ve added a couple more blog links, as well as links to information about the technology included in the launch. I also included all of the YouTube videos and the Launch Kickoff Video from Joe Tucci, John Chambers and Pat Gelsinger. I covered the analysis of the […]
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You may have seen a few tweets last week, formally confirming that VCE has the ability to resell the Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud (IAC) solution directly.
I’ve been asked by a couple people why there wasn’t more of a formal announcement with regards to this, since there […]
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Wow. It seems like just yesterday that everyone was getting set to start the 2012 sales kickoff roadshow, culminating in a wonderful week of pinball and pints in London at Cisco Live EU. Now, I look around and see that we are quickly closing in on 2013 and I’m dismayed to realize how fast the […]
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Last week’s announcement that Cisco has acquired Cloupia is one that I was excited about on a number of levels. First, the Cloupia team, including Raju Penmetsa, their CTO and Raju Datla, their CEO have been great to work with and I’m excited to […]
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Chuck Hollis has a way of taking a good story and putting an interesting perspective, on it, and his latest post, a look into the long and fruitful partnership between EMC and Cisco is no different. When put into context and on a timeline, it’s informative to see how the companies have partnered for the […]
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