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VMware : A Convenient Truth

Cartoon time folks! Diane Greene did push this vision during the VMWorld 2006 and we'll just see how we need to tell this truth to the world (old school of thought would have said: sell this software to potential clients)

Scenario 1: Old School of Thought

Sell the software to potential clients

Scenario 2: New Age for World Citizens

We talk about deeper and long term relationships

Moral of the story: If you have watched Al Gore's movie (documentary?) then you will realize that we are talking about serious issues here. It is not just evangelizing, there are some serious issues here. And obviously productivity and reduced costs will also help us overcome this hurdle smartly and creatively. And while you are at it , do also look for a "safer" ground to place your virtualized datacenters or else you might have to suffer the Mother Nature's wrath! In our next movie I've advised Al Gore to mention VMware..just kidding, but you get my point, I see ;-)


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