vForum 2010 - Beijing
October 29, 2010
China's most influential annual virtualization and cloud computing upcoming event VMware vForum 2010 October 29, 2010 landing in China Beijing International Hotel Conference Center.
vForum 2010 - Sydney
October 26 - 27, 2010
vForum 2010 offers exciting insights of how the future of IT will be defined and new learnings into the market shifts that have lead to the rise of virtualization. The increasing criticality of virtualization - and its alignment with cloud computing - will be explored in detail at this two day event.
Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium - San Jose
September 30, 2010
The Symposium hosts industry and technology leaders to talk about business and technology trends. It also features prominent leaders who discuss broader societal and political issues that shape our life and society.
Gov 2.0 Summit 2010 - Washington DC
September 8, 2010
Gov 2.0 Summit brings together innovators from government and the private sector to highlight technology and ideas that can be applied to the nation’s great challenges. In areas as diverse as education, health care, energy, jobs, and financial reform, there are unique opportunities to rethink how government agencies perform their mission and serve our citizens. Social media, cloud computing, web, and mobile technologies—all provide new capabilities that government agencies are beginning to harness to achieve demonstrably better results at lower cost. Learn more
Steve Herrod Keynote "The Cloud Changes Everything"
VMWare CTO Steve Herrod explores his bold vision for cloud interoperability, plus a range of other issues raised by cloud computing, including security, privacy, and cost savings. Steve will also share his fascination with one particular area where cloud is already transforming a government function. We’re beginning to see the formation of "edu-clouds," when local school districts, all of which are having huge budget cuts, decide to pool their technology budgets and create "community clouds" at the district, region, or even state level. This is usually combined with statewide networking infrastructure that already connects most state and primary schools together and applies to both the applications used for administration as well as the computer lab stations used for instructions.