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Deep Dive 2012 Registration is open

The Fourth Annual Virtualization Deep Dive Day is in coming soon. New date and new location this year. Bigger and Better than ever!

The Keynote for the event will be delivered by Brian Madden, world famous blogger and speaker on Desktop and Application Virtualization.

In “The Current State of the Desktop Virtualization Market”, Brian will take us beyond the hype and speak about what real enterprises are actually doing. In his role as a professional blogger (Really? You can make money doing that?) for the self-named BrianMadden.Com, a Tech Target Company, Brian travels the world speaking with both leading edge vendors and with companies that are implementing these technologies. With all of the choices on how to provision desktops and applications, what are people doing and why? Brian talks about these questions, but not just from an IT perspective, also from the view of end users.

Brian Madden Independent Industry Analyst and Blogger. He is known throughout the world as an opinionated, super technical, fiercely independent desktop virtualization expert.
Be sure to arrive early to get a good seat for this one!

Be sure to register by Feb 17th for the Early Bird Discount!

http://deepdive2012.eventbrite.com/

For more information about the Virtualization Deep Dive Day 2012 event visit the Virtualization Group Boston’s website at http://www.virtg.com/DeepDiveDay2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Robert Borges

About Robert...

I have been in the IT industry since 1993 focusing mainly in networking. Though I got an early start as an amateur computer enthusiast, and wrote my first database app at age 12, I started my professional career working in the MIS department of one of the largest liquor distributors in the northeast. I started out there as a systems operator on the company’s two mainframe systems. From there I moved into PC support, and help design and implement the company’s first client-server network… This was back in the days of Win NT 3.51. I also worked on my first migration to NT 4.0 back then.

From there I went on to work with Novell 3.x and 4.x along with Windows domains and active directory environments. Working my way up from technician, to specialist, to administrator, and eventually all the way up to Sr. Engineer. I spent many years working for consulting firms, 9 of which I owned and operated my own firm.
Over the years, I have worked with (at an expert level) various versions of: Windows client and server operating systems (including Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2);various virtualization technologies (Hyper-V, Virtual Server, Virtual PC, VMware, etc…); MS-SQL server 6.5- 2008 R2; Exchange 4-2010, and much more.

I am now Director of Information Systems at Bay State Integrated Technology focusing on cloud computing and IT service, with expertise in: IT Infrastructure & Architecture, IT Security, and Cloud Computing platforms & technologies (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS).

I am in a constant state of learning about new products, and new versions of products. Many of which we end up implementing in lab environments and sometimes for our clients. I have a pretty broad range of expertise and experience. It is my goal to share some of this experience on this blog to help enrich the IT community.

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