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It's Back! VMblog's 6th Annual Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series Returns

Yes, you heard correctly.  It's already that time of year again... believe it or not, we're already creeping up to the end of 2013.  And that means, it's time for VMblog to invite Virtualization and Cloud executives across the industry to once again share their predictions for the coming year, 2014.

This year has been an amazing year for both Virtualization and Cloud technologies.  We've seen a lot of new advancements, and we've witnessed a number of new companies pop up on the radar screen.  So what's coming up in 2014? 

To try and answer that question, VMblog is proud to bring back the 6th annual Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series where we find out from the experts, those executives with boots on the ground and an alert ear listening out for what their customers are requesting.     

Following up on last year's successful prediction series - "Virtualization and Cloud Predictions for 2013" - VMblog is once again calling on all virtualization and cloud computing executives to dust off their crystal balls and offer up their "predictions" and explain where they believe the industry is headed in 2014.

This year was a roller coaster ride with new and interesting technologies sprouting up around server and desktop virtualization, mobile virtualization and application management, storage and network virtualization, and everything across the cloud from SDN, cloud storage, big data, cloud security, disaster recovery and business continuity.  What will 2014 bring?  

We can't predict the future, but it's always fun trying!  I hope you enjoy VMblog's 2014 Virtualization and Cloud Prediction Series.

VMblog is accepting submissions now.  And we'll be posting these executive thoughts and predictions throughout the remainder of the year as they come in.  So if your company executives would like to participate, please make sure to contact VMblog for more information and get your submissions in before it's too late.  The series will end 12/31/13.

Published Friday, November 01, 2013 9:44 AM by David Marshall
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