The final day of the Solution Pavilion at EMC World was just as busy as the rest of the days.
Many people visited us to find out more about the new releases of Avamar and Data Domain. Our long time loyal NetWorker customer base came by to say hi and find out what’s coming next. We could tell you… but then we would have to kill you J But watch this space… in the next couple of months we have something exciting coming… On the archiving side, our SourceOne team was busy explaining the benefits of archiving especially around mailbox storage management on Exchange.
Of course this is Vegas so we had lots of people registering for their chance to win the Harley Davidson that we are raffling as our grand prize. That is definitely something I love about Vegas – anyone can be a winner here. I think th spirit of eternal optimism lives here. At a minimum many people walked away with either a “Backup Freedom” t-shirt or bandana.
But all work and no play would make our staff a bit boring. So during the day we had a bit of fun with our Terminator friend. Lines of people waited for their picture to be taken with him. And just to give you a good feel from the show, we captured this video with our own Shane Moore and the Terminator.
At the close of Day 3, it is clear: there is a demand around the world for Backup Freedom. And we’ve provided all of the tools to get started here at EMC World for your backup transformation journey. Hope to see you down the road by next EMC World in May 2013.
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- April, October 14, 2012 at 2:29 am
that video was so funny - the things you do in Vegas ...
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