VMworld 2014 wrap up

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I thought we'd have some fun going over some of the things that happened at VMworld 2014 a few weeks ago.  Let's start with the presentations that we had in the booth.

Tony Liau, Devin Grissom, Ruoting Sun, Chad Haskell, and Danny Milrad talked to hundreds of people about our security and storage solutions.  Devin and Chad did a fantastic job explaining our Cloud Evolved philosophy.  Danny Milrad, famous for this eye-opening series, gave us a Tolkeinesque view of message archiving.  It was weird, but he made it work.  Tony gave us an overview on the Barracuda storage solutions, and Ruoting talked about the importance of identifying and securing threat vectors.

Devin talks Barracuda Backup and Cloud Evolved

Danny shows us how message archiving saved the Shire.
Our product specialists were there to talk to attendees about putting our solutions to work in their environments.  We had one-on-one sessions, group chats, and product demos all day long.  We met a lot of great people and picked up some new customers.  Everyone had a great time.

Product Manager Camille Kapoor answers questions about Barracuda Backup

Our storage GM Rod Mathews took some time out to join John Furrier and Dave Vellante on theCUBE.

theCUBE is a production of the SiliconANGLE Network, an independent media company that provides ongoing technology news and analysis.  Rod was on for about 15 minutes to discuss our company history and the Barracuda strategy.  We were able to spend some time with them last year as well.

If you'd like to see more from VMworld 2014, www.vmworld.com to download breakout session presentations or set up an on-demand hands-on lab.

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