Monday, January 19, 2009

VMware User Group eyes economy, Hyper-V

January 19, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Server virtualization 2009 channel outlook
Colin Steele, Site Editor

The recession's effects on the virtualization market and the upcoming release of Microsoft Hyper-V were hot topics when VMware partners and users gathered at the recent New England VMware User Group meeting.

In this video, Jack Kaiser, vice president of sales and marketing for VMware partner International Computerware, talks about these topics and how they will affect virtualization solutions providers in 2009.

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