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VMware VMworld 2021 Virtual Conference Information

VMware VMworld 2021 virtual conference information including dates, agenda, speakers, sponsors & more for VMware customers & partners.

VMworld 2021 and Major VMware Conferences: Purely Virtual for 2021

VMworld 2021 & all major VMware conferences will be virtual for 2021, reinforcing covid-19 pandemic’s ongoing impact on face-to-face technology events.

10 Most Read ChannelE2E News Stories: Week Ended October 02, 2020

This week’s 10 most read channel news stories & columns involve Cisco Systems, Datto, Microsoft 365, McAfee, MobileIron, Portshift, Splunk, Tech Data, VMware VMworld and more.

VMware VMworld 2020 Conference: Virtual Only, Face to Face Canceled

VMware VMworld 2020 virtual conference information for VMware software customers and partners.

VMworld Europe 2019: VMware Cloud on AWS for MSPs Gets Real

VMware unveils multi-tenant MSP support for VMware Cloud on AWS (Amazon Web Services). Plus Carbon Black, Dell & SecureWorks security news at VMworld Europe 2019.

VMware VMworld 2019 Live Blog: Day 3 News

VMware VMworld 2019 Day 3 news: 30 updates from Blue Medora, Cohesity, Equinix, Fortinet, HP Enterprise, Rackspace, Redis Labs, ServiceNow, Zadara Storage, Zerto & more.

VMware VMworld 2019 US Conference Dates and Location

VMware VMworld 2019 conference information including dates, location, how to register, speakers, sponsors, agenda, costs and more.

VMware Acquires Carbon Black, Pivotal Software

VMware acquires Carbon Black & Pivotal for endpoint security software & multi-cloud application deployments. Acquisitions surface before VMworld 2019.

VMUG President Steve Athanas Reveals Key VMworld 2019 Priorities

What are VMware User Group’s key priorities amid VMworld 2019? VMUG President Steve Athanas points to professional development and much more in this ChannelE2E interview.

VMware CEO: CloudHealth Acquisition Bolsters Multi-Cloud Management

VMware acquires CloudHealth. MSPs and partners gain multi-cloud management platform across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).