EMC at Microsoft TechEd 2010 in New Orleans

We have a great group of people from supporting our presence at TechEd in New Orleans.

Here’s a sneak preview of our booth.

Go ahead. Click it. You Know You Want to.

EMC is participating in 3 sessions:

  • VIR207: Advanced Storage Infrastructure Best Practices to Enable Ultimate Hyper-V Scalability (Wednesday June 9th, 11:45AM-1:00PM, Room 279)
  • DEV211: Microsoft Professional, Master and Architect Level Certifications: Notes from Those Who Have Conquered and Lived to Tell the Tale (Monday June 7th, 4:30PM-5:45PM, Room 279)
  • UNC03-INT: Choosing the Right Archiving Solution for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 (Tuesday June 8th, 5:00PM-6:15PM, Room 350)

We also have 5 kiosks with lots of demos and smart people:

KIOSK 1:

  • RecoverPoint CE, Hyper-V, Enterprise SharePoint
  • Deploying & Managing Microsoft Virtualization with EMC Storage

KIOSK 2:

  • EMC Virtual Storage: Enabling Next Gen Microsoft Datacenters
  • Enterprise Storage for SMBs

KIOSK 3:

  • EMC Consulting, Business Intelligence
  • Data Warehousing

KIOSK 4:

  • Unified Protection for MS Applications  / Backup with Deduplication
  • Local & Remote Backup for Exchange / Replication Manager

KIOSK 5:

  • Security and Data Loss Prevention (RSA) for Microsoft SharePoint
  • Enhance your SharePoint Environment with Documentum ECM
  • Extended Archival, Compliance & eDiscovery for Microsoft Solutions

Other links with EMC at Microsoft TechEd content – Adrian Simays James Baldwin Dustin Smith

And the Jam Sessions are on!

(shh, don’t tell anyone but this is one of the big reasons I like to go to TechEd every year)

This year it’s Wednesday night from 9pm-1am at the New Orleans House of Blues.  Catch me playing some drums with some other fine musicians…  I just hope I don’t get stuck with Mustang Sally (good tune, just overplayed).

And … Some Video

This year I’m also going to try a little something different and do a lot of walking around with a video camera.   I want to capture at least the main themes in our kiosk area – to give people (who can’t be there in person) a taste for what we are showing.  Maybe some customers too.  Maybe some other goodies… we’ll see!

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