Monthly Archives: May 2010

VMworld Public Voting

In an attempt to get better sessions picked out at VMworld, the part of the selection process is now done via public voting. This has been an interesting process watching Twitter and a variety of blogs discuss various sessions … Continue reading

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Using PowerCLI in an enterprise environment

Most enterprises take security very seriously.   As such it is extremely common to have a webproxy setup by default in your environment.   PowerCLI/Powershell are configured by default to Use System Proxy.   This means that when you attempt to use some … Continue reading

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Cisco, Gartner and Social Media went off the air for a short period of time yesterday due to comments made about a Gartner report.   Gartner apparently pushed Cisco to have Steve Chambers pull a posting that he made about a report by one of … Continue reading

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