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. http://vmworld.com/community/conferences/2010/cfpvote/ 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

ViewYonder.com 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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