Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

Spring 2011 Server and StorageIO News Letter

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Spring 2011 NewsletterWelcome to the Spring 2011 edition of the Server and StorageIO Group (StorageIO) newsletter. This follows the Winter 2011 edition.You can access this news letter via various social media venues (some are shown below) in addition to StorageIO web sites and subscriptions.   Click on the following ...

StorageIO V20.11 (2011) events seminars and web casts schedule

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

The V20.11 (e.g. 2011 or follow up from V20.10) Server and StorageIO (StorageIO) out and about events schedule continues to evolve. In the meantime, here are a few (actually a couple dozen) seminars and web casts currently on the event calendar for 2011 that I will be speaking or presenting ...

Winter 2011 Server and StorageIO News Letter

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

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What records will EMC break in NYC January 18, 2011?

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

What records will EMC break in NYC January 18, 2011? In case you have not seen or heard, EMC is doing an event next week in New York City (NYC) at the AXA Equitable Center winter weather snow storm clouds permitting (and adequate tools or technologies to deal with the snow ...

VMworld 2010 virtual roads, clouds and INXS Devil Inside

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

This past week I spent a few days in San Francisco attending the VMworld 2010 event which included a Wednesday evening concert with the Australian band INXS.Despite some long lines (or queues) waiting to get into sessions, keynotes or lunch resulting in delays reminiscent of trying ...

August 2010 StorageIO News Letter

Monday, August 30th, 2010

August 2010 Newsletter Welcome to the August Summer Wrap Up 2010 edition of the Server and StorageIO Group (StorageIO) newsletter. This follows ...

My Favorite Late Summer Reading Material

Friday, August 20th, 2010

No it is not the Tape Times, or the Oracle Sun times, or IBM Magic Moments, or EMC Money Magazine, nor is it the Oracle Law Journal review. Sorry to say that it is not the Dedupe Discovery Debate Diaries, nor is it the Virtual Vanity Fair ...

Gregs StorageIO Out and About Update: June 2010

Monday, June 28th, 2010

With the 2010 summer solstice having occurred in the northern hemisphere that means it is time for a quick out and about update. It has been a busy winter and spring in the office, on the road as well as at home. Some results of this ...

June 2010 StorageIO Newsletter

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

June 2010 Newsletter Welcome to the June 2010 edition of the Server and StorageIO Group (StorageIO) newsletter. This follows the Spring 2010 ...

Upcoming Event: Industry Trends and Perspective European Seminar

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

Event Seminar Announcement: IT Data Center, Storage and Virtualization Industry Trends and Perspective June 16, 2010 Nijkerk, GELDERLAND Netherlands Event Type Training/Seminar Event Type Seminar Training with Greg Schulz of US based ...

Seagate to say goodbye to Cayman Islands, Hello Ireland

Sunday, April 11th, 2010

Seagate (NASDQ: STX) corporation, the parent of the company many people in IT and data storage in particular know as Seagate the disk drive manufacturer is moving their paper headquarters from the Cayman Islands where they have been based since 2000 to Ireland. ...

EPA Server and Storage Workshop Feb 2, 2010

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Following up on a recent previous post pertaining to US EPA Energy Star(r) for Servers, Data Center Storage and Data Centers, there will be a workshop held Tuesday February 2, 2010 in San Jose, CA. Here is the note (Italics added by me for clarity) from the folks ...

Upcoming Events and Activities Update V2010.1

Friday, January 8th, 2010

The end of year christmas and new years holiday season has come and gone which means of course that 2009 is a wrap along with the travel from being out and about. In addition to getting some time to relax a bit (playing Wii resort, snow plowing, cooking etc.), I ...

Blame IT on the UN in NYC this week

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

This week is UN week in NYC, that annual fall event that results in traffic jams that make normal traffic seem like a breeze. What with the security lockdowns, sudden road closures, re-routes, news crews, security details and the like, it’s a wonder anything gets done. I ...