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Looking for a good recap from HP Discover – Vienna 2011?

It’s hard to believe that a week has already gone by and the big HP Discover event in Vienna is now history. As what typically happens when you attend these events in person, is that it is very hard to know if we are actually providing good social media coverage or not. So, if I was not able to attend and were just following the event from another location, were we providing adequate coverage?


Because of that I am going to aggregate a couple of posts which in my opinion help paint a good summary of the event. It’s easy reading and hopefully provides an interesting perspective.


The first series are made up of 3 links from a colleague that writes on Grounded in the Cloud blog. Christian Vestraete was at the event and played an active role talking to customers and acting as a Cloud Advisor. I had the opportunity to sit next to him on a couple of session and it was good to be able to catch up in person.






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