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Enterprize "in the cloud": More VMware gluing

More gluing going on as StorageCraft partners with Programmer's Paradise and VMware.

"Our strategic partnerships with VMware and Programmer's Paradise will help customers easily use StorageCraft ShadowProtect solutions to manage their virtual environments," said Curt James, vice president of marketing and business development for StorageCraft. "As an industry-leading reseller, Programmer's Paradise is in a unique position to effectively sell StorageCraft solutions to the IT community."

Sure we all wanna glue to the leader. But seriously, eventually we are looking at all shops with their enterprizes "in the cloud". It really won't matter any more where you are running your services, who's servicing. VMware is indeed going to kick some real ass. When I see Gartner and other folks talk about underestimation , I can just giggle. Same thing as Google, you just won't know what VMware is going to come up next month.


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