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RoundTower Blog

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Cybersecurity 2017: A Round Table Discussion

From data breaches to the system and social hacking to identity theft, cybersecurity has become a topic of the utmost importance.
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DevOpsDays Nashville, Kubernetes, and Navigating Digital Transformation

2nd Annual Nashville Devopsdays, technical conference covering topics around software development and IT infrastructure.
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You Can’t Escape the Cloud!

The great cloud debate between Azure, AWS, and Peak10 Viawest! Who will challenge the status quote? Who will knock out the champ (whom ever that maybe)?
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A Citrix Engineer at VMworld 2017

One mans journey through VMworlds EUC track. Follow along as he highlights a few of the latest innovations coming out of VMworld. Here's the twist - he's a Citrix Engineer!
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VMworld 2017: Recap VMware on AWS

It’s been a couple of weeks since VMworld 2017 was held in Las Vegas. This was my first time in attendance, and wow, what a great event.
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Keys to Hybrid Cloud Success

Hybrid Cloud has been a big buzz in the tech industry. With all the buzz & the plethora of offerings, it is difficult to decide on a cohesive stagey.
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Whats So Great About VMware Horizon 7.3?

VWmare recently announced Horizon 7.3! With amazing enhancements and new features included in this version, it should be called version 8.0. Let's take a peek.
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Why Upgrading to vSphere 6.5 is a Key Initiative

Almost a year since VMware announced the release of vSphere 6.5. Flexing a new installer and a completely overhauled web client - but are the benefits to upgrading?
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Summing Up VMworld 2017

I've attended several tech conferences during my career, but 2017 was my very first VMworld. This is an accurate characterization of my experience.
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