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Think "Out-Of-The-Box" with EMC in Rotterdam 13th March 2007


Got several posts at home, at work and now at email from EMC folks. We all have to start thinking out of the box. EMC will address all the coolest and important aspects of our current challenges.

Out of the Box 2007 richt zich op vier boeiende en actuele thema’s:

Information Storage presented by EMC
Virtualization presented by VMware
Content Management & Archiving presented by EMC² | Documentum
Information Security presented by RSA

Dankzij een reeks uitgekiende overnames beschikt EMC nu over een nog completer productportfolio wat u in staat stelt uw informatie nog beter the managen, stroomlijnen en te beheren. Nieuwsgierig? Tijdens Out of the Box 2007 hoort u alle details.

Interessante keynotes:

Peter R. de Vries*



* Peter R de Vries is an amazing guy, if you have followed his programs and achievements. What I also like about him is that he sounds like my pa-in-law (who's a top-cop too by the way :-))

Dus meteen aanmelden, mensen!

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